mrwowiezowie
MrWowiezowie
mrwowiezowie
Jan 7
17

Nah, you’re looking at it all wrong. The car America should most be ashamed of is the Tucker 48. The fact that the big 3 were able to abuse and use the laws and government of the US to squash one of the most advanced cars in the world at the time is what we should really be ashamed of.

Jan 7
9

I really struggled to think of something worse than the Mustang II. The strongest contender I could come up with is the Pontiac Daewoo Lemans.

Jan 5
2

I can only imagine how excited you were when you saw this post.  Great collection!

Jan 4
15

5,547 and counting in 1/64, 1/43, 1/32, 1/24, 1/25 and 1/18 scales, finished models and kits, and many customized die-cast, all organized in an OCD friendly visual database and storage system by scale, manufacturer, make, year and type of vehicle.

Jan 4
32

I actually hadn’t seen Stef’s story, despite a search before starting this. Odd. (If I had seen her writeup, I wouldn’t have written this, as I have no interest in reporting non-original stories!)


Jan 4
18

I spotted this video, taken by mechanic and off-road enthusiast Jessica Elizabeth, on Facebook, and figured I’d share it with you, dear Jalopnik readers Read more

Jan 3
21

It’s really a shame that companies like Ford are behind in this at all. They were handed so many opportunities to get ahead in stuff like hybrids and EVs. Governments, particularly the US government, gave them money be ahead. Still, they find a way for be caught flat footed by every major shift in the market.

Dec 23
52

Add this ProBox to the list of automobiles that looked better before the facelift.

Dec 22
18

The level of sobriety necessary to pilot a vehicle such as this is in direct conflict with my experiences on the golf course.

Dec 22
25

I think I would like golf a whole lot better if it involved riding these and hitting the ball at the same time, kind of like polo. I mean it probably wouldn’t be golf anymore, but I don’t care. I’m now too mentally invested in this ridiculous idea.