It’s #nationaljokeday so we’re delivering the worst car jokes we know. Apologies in advance.
Today marks the 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:
One of the “Ferraris” from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is being auctioned later this month in Monterey, California. Cars from movies and TV that end up on the auction block are often record-setters. Here’s a look at the TV and movie cars that sold for huge money at auction:
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.
Word comes this week that the original tour-bus for Boston-based ’70s rockers Aerosmith turned up in western Massachusetts, on an episode of American Pickers. But Aerosmith didn’t have a lock on cool tour vehicles.
My friend Sajeev Mehta writes for The Truth About Cars. One of his readers has a problem with his usage of “engine” vs. “motor” in his writing. Is he correct?
Vans are still a thing in certain pockets of the automotive hobby, but if you want to see the real thing, you need to roll back the clock to the mid-1970s, when the custom van craze really hit its stride.
It’s time to honor the Old Man, so we wanted to find out from you: What did your Dad drive when you were a kid?
Father’s Day is just a few days away, so we wanted to take a look at some of the greatest car dads from TV and movies. Like your own actual old man, some of these dads can be the best, and some can be rather trying, but their taste in cars is beyond reproach.