Here’s a proposition: You give us the beastly Audi Q7 V12 TDI with its absurd torque figure, and in return we will give you every coal-rolling, redneck-hauling douchetruck in the country. Which we would happily tow over to Europe behind one of said Q7s were it not for the big watery thing in the way.
But it’s a cool one. In a city where every car looks like it participated in a demolition derby (seriously, Jerusalem cars make NYC streets look like a damn concours) this delightful old Peugeot 404 wagon is still in shockingly good shape. Only one picture because my guide yelled at me when I split off from the…
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Normally, being in a foreign country, I’d be posting all the different cool non-US market cars. But this is Israel, and every car is very boring (silver, black, or white) and usually not a lot fancier than a Toyota Camry/Auris. I saw one Range Rover, one A7, and one S-Class today. This are obscenely fancy cars by…
And the latest video:
This was next to us. I like.
But it’s got Shelby written on it.
How many times can people run into this man’s bright yellow SUV?
Less Grand, still spectacular. Also a few other cars I’ve seen out the last few days.
We have many people here on Oppo that have never been in, or near, the newest Escalade. The days of sticking some Pep Boys chrome trim on a Tahoe LTZ and calling it good are behind us. I hated the first three generations as much as the next guy, but having been in plenty of brand new top-shelf SUVs (and the Lincoln…
House next to us traded hands less than a month ago while I was still at school (last day was yesterday). It sold in less than 24 hours to an empty nest couple who are a judge and an engineer. In addition to possibly the cleanest first generation Volvo S80 I have ever seen, they have this immaculate old Mercedes 240D!…
Bonus toad I encountered at a state park today.