When your special someone really wanted a hood ornament shaped like Jayne Mansfield under the tree at Christmas, JC Whitney had you covered.
Back before drones, iPads, hoverboards, BB-8 droids and the Consumer Protection Agency, the toys we got under the tree had the real risk of injury and/or house fire. Some were good, some not so good. We’ve cataloged some of the biggest winners and losers from the Sears Wish Book, circa 1977.
It’s been a pretty grim November and December over at GM. First, GM announced 15,000 layoffs, the death of three car lines and the closure of three factories. Now, it shows the 2020 Chevrolet Silverado HD and the world explodes.
Digging around the innerwebz for a few vintage automotive holiday photos, we stumbled upon this absolute goldmine of photos. The cars are cool, but what they say about the time and the location is just perfect.
It’s Thanksgiving week and you’re probably about to head out with at least one side dish in the car. We asked our Facebook audience and our friends over on Car Talk’s page to relay their worst food transportation nightmare.
Thanksgiving really gets short shrift these days with Christmas sales starting around Labor Day. But since 1973, A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving has been a staple in our house. SPOILER ALERT: In the final moments, Charlie Brown and his pals pile into the wayback of his unseen parents’ station wagon. It’s how you got to your […]
If there’s anything that speaks to the longevity of a Volvo, it’s Irv Gordon and his P1800S. Since he purchased the car new in 1966, he traveled 3.2 million miles in it, earning accolades, relationships with tens of thousands of Volvo fans around the world, and a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. […]
This item comes from Jason Torchinsky at Jalopnik, who hosts the terrific “Jason Drives” series on YouTube. He received a note from a man named Paul in Cohasset, Massachusetts, about his brother, who recently passed away after a battle with early-onset Alzheimer’s Disease. (Image Courtesy: Jalopnik) RELATED: How Much Does a Classic Car Really Cost? […]
At the turn of the 20th century, Gräf & Stift built some of the world’s most exclusive luxury automobiles. Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria rode in one when he was assassinated, an act that set off the world’s most violent war to that point. Legend has it that thirteen people met similarly violent ends in that car, […]