Some really cool cars showed up this year for the annual charity event. I’ve been on Alan’s track a few times, but never in anything as sexy as some of these.
Cadillac's XLR. Back when their designs were done via the "2x4 and band saw" method.
A 1980-ish Granada with monkey lights and side pipes. I do not understand this car.
A little late to the party here admittedly, but this rated a huge WTF after reading the MT article just now.
With the coming of fully autonomous vehicles, it’s only a matter of time before some cowboy sings about his truck leaving him.
The header placement topped it for me.
Last I knew, engine knock was caused by low octane fuel/bad gas. Has this changed?
The license plate emoji made me snort though..
17" wheels? How quaint.
SpaceX: Hey guys, we’re here!
ISS: Great! You brought the TP and Oreos right?
SpaceX: Um, nobody said anyth-
ISS: Nobody told you we need TP up here?
Everyone knows at 4,000+ pounds it’s a fet peeg, but this surprised me.
The story on the FP about the Challenger has me thinking again about buying one as my next car, new or used. I go back & forth over manual vs autobox and my question is this - how much harder would it be down the road to sell one with the stick? I typically keep my cars 5-10 years, and while the automatic would have a…
And almost fainted, finding my all-time favorite muscle car there for sale. There wasn’t a price on this ‘66 Goat, but it’s exactly what I’d buy if I had the shekels burnin’ a hole in my pocket. So what’s Powerball up to now?