Guitars and cars always seemed to go together to me; but never quite as literally as in the case of Couch Guitar Straps - makers of cloth, vinyl, and nylon guitar straps (and belts, wallets, camera straps, etc).
There once was a man from Argentina.
My sincere admiration goes to those who live in a non-smog test state. For those that do - sure, you might have a car that you know is going to pass - but sometimes you have that car that’s not a slam dunk. You hand over the keys and pace back and forth like an expecting father in the waiting room during the birth of…
So I read the Autoweek article about the Gen 2 NSX.
I was shooting the $%!^ with someone the other day. We started at the 90’s era C4 Corvette ZR-1 and discussed the usual stuff: Today’s values, the Lotus designed/Mercury Marine built engine, and my love of cars with rear tires the width of hazardous waste barrels. It was therefore easy for us to drift into a…
I’m not one of those guys who roots for the underdog just because they are underdogs. I just find that, like all of us, some of my tastes don’t align with the majority.
Because I am too lazy to post my own stuff, I’ll comment on Tavarish’s stuff (at the bottom of this) which I was inspired to do after reading the comments/replies.
Like any car guy, I react to certain emblems on cars. The M badge certainly. AMG. The letter R on a white Honda (((boing))). There are too many to list really, but there is one badge that has a particularly long lineage; 92 years in fact. It’s the Alfa Romeo “quadrifoglio verde”. You’ve likely seen it on the recently…
Saw this while out and about the other day. The best caption I can come up with:
Hello car lover. Have you been toying with the idea of getting a Ferrari F355?