These days, every suburban tiger mom is driving around with advanced all-wheel drive, traction control and stability control to get through winter. In the old days, battling REAL winter required specialized heavy equipment that looked like it came off the set of The Road Warrior. Let’s take a look at a few of these beasts: […]
Ah, the holidays, that most special time of the year when every American dreamed of a hood ornament in the shape of Jayne Mansfield under the tree.
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.
If you’re from where salt appears on the roads in the winter and you’ve perused the Craigslist ads for older cars in the Northwest, you’ve probably been green with envy at their lack of rust. That’s what’s so remarkable about this Porsche 924, which was stolen in 1991, that was found by a hiker earlier […]
You can pick up an accessory catalog and get a tent to mate to just about any SUV on the market now, but throughout history, several auto manufacturers offered camping accessories or modifications right in the showroom or over the parts counter. They were very cool, because they perfectly matched the car in question, and […]
For the last decade, the interest in collector cars as investments has never been higher. Now those chickens may have come home to roost, at least for a lot of formerly gold-plated collector cars.
We’re just a few weeks away from SEMA 2017, and Mike and Jim Ring of Ringbrothers are burning the candle at both ends and in the middle to get three cars done for the show. They took time out of their busy schedule to talk to us on the podcast, though.
The 1970s had it all: cheap muscle cars, great music, British cars, German cars, and the coolest Japanese cars ever built. Getting a license in the 1970s meant unbridled freedom. If you got your license during the Nixon/Ford/Carter years, then here are some experiences you probably remember.
The images that Chris Cook posted to his Facebook page tell the tale: This 1969 Dodge Charger, cloned to look like the General Lee from the Dukes of Hazzard, must’ve had a run-in with Rosco.