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Another Monterey Car Week has come and gone. Fortunes changed hands and many resplendent vehicles have found new homes with new owners. It’s a happy time for all.
While building your own Rolls-Royce in a display room, it has to be pesky not to know how it’ll look outside each of your 20 mansions next to the gold statue of yourself. But, fear not: Rolls-Royce has a lamp that emulates light from all around the globe, so you can see exactly how your paint choices will glisten.
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Oh, bless Stoffel Vandoorne’s heart. Objectively terrible Formula One team McLaren confirmed today that the long-suffering driver will come back for another year with the team as planned, reports Motorsport.com. Please keep him in your thoughts, as there’s simply little hope in sight for that team.
SpaceX works in mysterious ways, but today, Elon Musk decided to gift fans with the first-ever look at SpaceX’s space suits. In just a few hours, fans have collectively lost their chill, and it’s not entirely unwarranted: the white-and-black aesthetic is sleek and sophisticated, like if Daft Punk went to Wimbledon.
I’m headed to Portland, Maine, today to drive a Jeep with 647 more horsepower and an infinitely faster 0-60 time than my 1948 Willys CJ-2A. Jeeps have come a long way.
I really like using the words ‘entry-level’ and ‘Ferrari’ in the same headline. They sound weird together, but it’s genuinely a thing that exists, like “wheat-free bread” or “sexy Dalek.” Ferrari’s newest bottom-of-the-line car replaces the California, and is a very handsome 598 horsepower V8 2+2 called the Portofino.
Walking around New York City, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve seen drivers, motorcyclists, bicyclists and pedestrians engrossed in their phones with naught a care in the world as to what may lay in their path. If they’re lucky, they make it through the day unscathed. If they’re like this scooter rider in China,…
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How’s your NSU Ro-80 running these days? All of mine are in tip-top shape.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
I’m going to go out on a limb here and state that I think the Pontiac Fiero is a national treasure. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe V8-Archie edition is even more so, but we’ll have to see if its price is asking for too much of your treasure.
I freely admit that not everybody needs a miter saw. In fact, most people probably shouldn’t own one. But if you’re in the market, Amazon’s top seller is marked down to $100 today in Amazon’s Gold Box, the lowest price ever. In addition to the #1 seller designation, the Hitachi C10FCH2 also carries a 4.5 star review…
Building cars strictly for luxury and not for sport is all but dead. The 1977 Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz was the personal luxury coupe’s last grand hurrah before the oil crisis pushed a need to downsize. Doug DeMuro sums this car up best when he says, “I feel like I’m driving a condominium.”
A 25-year-old Orlando man was arrested and charged with DUI after allegedly smashing his 2003 Chevy Blazer through the gates of an apartment complex and proceeding to wreak havoc in the parking lot, crashing into 17 cars in what may have been the worst parking job ever.
You know those stupid novelty signs that say things like “Mustang Parking Only” that dorks like to put in their garages? They’re harmless fun, right? Of course they are. But you know, you could make them a whole lot less harmless if you replaced handicapped spots with signs like that, in exchange for money from one…