And I don’t mind it. I think it’s really well done. Also that’s the voice of Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul.
I guess this showed up in my youtube recommendations because of Patrick George's post a while back.
Simpler times then. When all a man needed was his van, his mural, his C/B and probably cocaine.
The best looking version in my opinion.
Got that SR20 on my ipotato5. I also saw a white new Escape in front of the last gen escape and they look soo different. The old one actually looks like it can go off road.
I've always liked the looks of the R129 compared to all the SLs that came after it. His review of the car makes me seriously want one now. Especially the V12 version.
So that must mean it's fast.
and I'm impressed. Then I tuned it, and now I want one badly. It's a Nissan Stagea Autech 260RS. It's an awesome mouthful.
Listen to it in HD for optimum late 70's bliss.
Let me preface this article by saying that my favorite period of car design is the late pre-war era; which is more commonly known as the streamline or art deco era. I'm specifically referring to the period of time that had its start in the 1920's and saw its best designs in the latter half the 30s. This golden age of…
Spotted on r/shittycarmods. I don't think it's shitty though. It's pretty epic.
Here's a 240Z to keep this post car related.
Since people on here like posting pictures of their old hotwheels, I'll share my 1967 Silhouette. It's an original, not a remake. If I'm not mistaken, HotWheels remade their classics in the mid 90s. I believe I had some of those as a kid. I just love the funky design of this, and the faded purple color.
The final decade of the wedge. (R.I.P.)
Just look at it!
Modified to kick ass and take names.
As you all probably know by now, Bertone has filed for bankruptcy. It's a damn shame since they have styled some of the most beautiful and iconic cars ever made. The Lancia Stratos, Lamborghini Miura, Alfa Romeo Montreal and Alfa Romeo GTA are just a few of their wonderful styling jobs. I always thought of Bertone as…