Everybody’s still waiting for a flying car, but floating cars have been around for a long time. The Amphicar 770 was the first mass-produced amphibious vehicle available. Between 1961 and 1968, the Quandt Group built about 4,000 Amphicars. The International Amphicar Owners Club figures about 2,000 are still left in existence.
It was a year when GM was on the verge of augering into the ground for decades, but it was still riding high in profits. Ronald Reagan got shot. MTV launched. The Chevrolet Corvette churned out just 190hp. It was the zenith of the “Malaise Era,” but it was a time when a lot of […]
The Volkswagen Microbus is forever linked with 1960’s beach culture and now it’s making a comeback with a modern update. We said it would never happen, but the Microbus is getting a re-launch as an all-electric based on the I.D. Buzz concept. It is slated to debut for the 2022 model year.
While you’re watching the moon pass in front of the sun today, know that the furthest we ever drove from home was the time we drove around on that rock, and the car’s still up there.
If you’ve just found yourself locked out of your car with a dead key fob, we may be able to get you going.
Parades were pretty dull until Shriner cars came along. Yeah, you might see the homecoming queen perched on the back deck of a cool convertible, but everybody — young and old alike — loves to see a bunch of grown men in fezzes driving tiny cars.
Today marks the 40th anniversary of Elvis Presley’s death at Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee. Over the years, Elvis was inextricably linked to a few cars, but his automotive interests stretched far and wide. Here’s a look at the vehicles he was associated with after he became famous:
Publications that promote small, expensive cars for students are out of touch. Here’s your real list.
It’s been generating headlines around the world, but Australia’s “poo-powered car” is a crock of sh…INOLA.