I was on Craiglsist, as I spend much of my time these days, the other night when I came across language that troubled me deeply. (And no, I wasn’t on the part of Craigslist where you find someone to hurl sexual insults at while they clean your apartment for free. I already got someone for that this month.)
It’s not another workday: it’s the prelude to a weekend of getting out there and driving like a champion.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams.
You could buy a Dodge Challenger Hellcat for about $70K, or you could save thirty grand and buy today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe SRT8, which is also supercharged but features nitrous to boot. Let’s see if the car is up to the price’s challenge.
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For the 2017 Baja 1000, which is being recognized as the 50th anniversary of the event, race sanctioning body SCORE has created two new classes for period-correct race vehicles built before 1992. It’s going to be old-school cool fender-to-fender all the way down to La Paz, baby!
Back when Mercedes was using the re-animated corpse of Pablo Picasso as the head of design for the Unimog division.
Rolls-Royce is known for a lot of things, but daring technological weirdness generally isn’t one of them. That’s why it’s so surprising that they made an engine that, when described, seems like a string of the most unlikely adjectives you can link together: a Wankel with two separate rotors (but not a twin-rotor)…
Three years ago, I dropped $1,000 on a lift kit for my daily-driver, a 1992 Jeep Cherokee. And while I initially loved the way it turned out, I’ve grown to detest almost everything about my new suspension. Lifting my daily driver was a dumb idea.
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Memo Gidley was in one of the scariest 24 Hours of Daytona crashes ever in 2014, where Gidley hit a slowing Ferrari at speed, ripping the top off of his Daytona Prototype. But he never gave up on his dream of returning to the sport. Three and a half years later, Gidley is finally returning to racing in a Pirelli World…
When Ford parted ways with CEO Mark Fields earlier this year, part of the reason had to do with how he positioned the automaker for the future—particularly in autonomous cars. Fields’ replacement, Jim Hackett, is spending his first 100 days trying to assess his shop and get a grasp on where he wants to take it. While…
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To assert the legitimacy of its off-roadiness, the Chevy Colorado ZR2 is going to take on the grueling 550-mile Vegas To Reno desert race this weekend with its stock engine transmission. And license plates; this competition truck is totally street-legal, according to GM.
Earlier this week, General Motors came out strong against a proposed $15 million settlement for thousands of claims related to the automaker’s ignition switch scandal, a weird scenario that pitted GM against “Old” GM. After duking it out in court, the settlement’s off the table, according to Bloomberg, meaning GM…
Our friends over at Zelectric Motors, the company that electrifies old air-cooled Volkswagens, including Beetles, Buses, and Things, were taking their lightning bugs out to Pebble Beach when they happened to see this other electron-powered VW: the I.D. Buzz neo-Type 2 concept we saw early this year at the Detroit Auto…
While it lacks the brand recognition of the Fitbit Aria, this $30 smart scale can still sync your weight, body fat, and other stats to your phone over Bluetooth so you can track your measurements over time. And if you own an iPhone, it’ll even sync to the Health app, so you can integrate the stats with tons of other…
After hearing recent rumors about Chinese companies potentially buying up Fiat Chrysler, a coworker suggested that the move could do a number on Ram, Dodge, Chrysler and Jeep sales (especially truck sales). I disagree; I think the average person won’t really care. And that’s because the idea behind what makes a car…
Most know the Mercedes-Benz G-Class as an ostentatious machine that sells for roughly the same price as a small house, drives sort of like a tank and binges on gasoline like a Dyson does on hairballs. But only part of that statement is always true.
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