I saw these at a show recently and I can’t figure out what they are. They’re not the standard wheels for the GT350H. Halp.
Some highlights from this excellent ad for a 2015 Camaro SS for $15k in my area:
Maybe some of you have seen this before, but I certainly haven't (on anything that isn't a Cadillac). I was lost for words, and I HAD to take this pic (on a nearly empty freeway, calm down). I actually yelled out "WAT" when I saw it.
What did this poor E46 do to deserve such treatment? Good fucking LORD. The seller goes to great lengths to show how much money he's willing to spend on tasteless garbage. I particularly love the exhaust tips, likely pulled straight from a mid-90s Camaro with a mismatched door and Altezza lights.
These people will transform your first-gen Miata into a surprisingly convincing '65 Mustang clone. I really don't know whether to be impressed or horrified. I'm impressified.
It's physically impossible to be in a bad mood listening to this. Even more so if you have a convertible on a nice day.
Daily driving a prehistoric V8 is not going to be a viable option soon, which may come as a surprise. I'd prefer some sort of 90s Honda or Toyota, something I can keep on the road myself, as I have some experience with a wrench. I can handle most things that don't involve pulling the engine. I'd like to stay under the…
Here's a great article over at Ars Technica about five automakers who have changed the auto industry. It was a shock to see Elon Musk listed in the same article as Henry Ford, but it doesn't seem all that crazy now that I think about it. We can look back and see all of Mr. Ford's achievements, but Musk's are still…
Today was a very long day. I drove my '67 Mustang (pictured above) to work today, because my carpool ride had to leave work early. I try to avoid the freeway in this car whenever possible, but I was like MY CAR AINT NO BITCH and headed out. I notice I need gas, but I have enough to where I can fill up after work.
I tried to snap a good pic of this awesome plate last night, but if it's not clear enough, it says MX5 FXU. Read that aloud.
I love this ad, even if the guy seems like a doucheprick. He simultaneously manages to tell you that he's willing to negotiate on this '64 Impala, tell you to fuck off if you don't like the price (odd, considering he's willing to negotiate), and then offer you some ancient condoms as a way to sweeten the deal. I also…
This was distributed in an email in my mom's office building, which has hosted other car events before. I might go check this out. This is in downtown Los Angeles. Anyone else in the area? Thought I'd share; no I'm not being paid by Ford, but I would like to see Lincoln doing well again.
While browsing craigslist for interesting cars that I won't buy, I discovered this "very cool car". Is it rare? Probably. Is it "super clean"? Sure. Is it convertible? Most definitely. Is it collectible? Doubtful.
There was a 50s Chrysler or Plymouth wagon that I once saw at a car show that had a third row of rear facing seats...can anyone think of what that might have been? I can't remember what it was.
When I was test driving my '67 Mustang before I bought it, the first thing that happened after I started it was the driver's side visor flopping down. I said "Charming!". The radio didn't work. The convertible top liner was tattered as hell. After the test drive, I told the salesman (the car was at a dealership,…
Not pictured: jump seats!
FFFFUUUUUUUUU....will I get the same effect with a droptop 67 Mustang? Hasn't happened yet :(