Erin Marquis
erinmarquis
Managing Editor of Jalopnik.
1/23/20
8:29 PM
8

Maybe not easy to find on these shores, but a Peugeot 504 would decimate this is in it’s appetite for dings and urban grime. Also it probably won’t smell like fryer grease. ;-)

1/23/20
4:01 PM
47

Get a Fit.  Just don’t take it to Shilling’s dealer for an inspection.

1/23/20
4:01 PM
20

How was the Forester skipped? Plenty of room, surfboard and people friendly and looks fine dented all to hail

1/22/20
5:10 PM
174

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1/16/20
8:58 AM
1

Speaking of the early aught’s, this is still one of my favorite jams from that era:

1/8/20
5:27 PM
127

As soon as I read the headline I knew. Congrats and thanks for all the great comments, I always enjoy reading your comments. 

1/8/20
5:17 PM
657

I’m speechless, but with 36,895 comments, I haven’t always been speechless.  This post is the best prize ever!  Thanks so much, Andrew!

1/7/20
9:36 AM
3

I’ve seen the test tube with Edison’s allegedly dying breath. They also have the chair Lincoln was sitting in when he was assassinated. Fascinating place.

1/7/20
9:12 AM
16

Speaking of old Fords, if you are in the Detroit area, you owe it to yourself to go visit the Ford Piquette Plant, Ford’s first purpose-built manufacturing plant. It’s not a large place but it does house a bunch of the earliest Ford models, various related hardware, and the history of the building itself. Neat stuff

1/7/20
8:55 AM
11

The Henry Ford is quite a place. How about the Mustang I Concept parked next to the first production Mustang?

1/7/20
8:50 AM
13

So of us had to walk to school uphill both ways through raging June blizzards and would have loved the bus.