The Jeep Wrangler is still the quintessential American off-roader. It’s also gawky, inefficient, and built to the standards of a cereal box toy. But we buy Wranglers in droves, love them like pets, and hang on to them like heirlooms. I think that proves there’s a little car enthusiast in all of us. »
Rodeo drifting is not new, but now is as good a time as any to highlight possibly the coolest and most reckless form of sliding a car around. »
If you want to quantify the fleet size and squadron structure of every type of U.S. Air Force fighter aircraft in service — and why wouldn’t you! — this graphic is your awesome go-to guide. It also gives you a great visual idea of really how big our fighter force is, or how small, depending on how you look at it… »
Mr. Regular just bought a 1960 Ford Falcon. By modern car standards, it’s a dog. But by 1960 standards, it was perfect. Our own Mr. Regular explains why the cars of the 60s changed the way your grandparents drove. »
Old Car City in White, Ga. is 34 acres of pure automotive heaven. A beautiful landscape filled with Packards, Hudsons, Edsels, AMCs, Kaisers, Studebakers, DeSotos, and even some old euro treasures, this 80 year old former car dealership is where wilderness meets automobile. And boy is it beautiful. »
Like almost any group of diverse people connected by a common interest — people erotically drawn to tacos, cat lovers, those tiny house people who now own Facebook — there’s a lot of sweeping generalizations made about those of us who love cars. What are the (usually wrong) assumptions you hear most often? »
If you want to get new features installed in your car, a trip to the dealer is a necessity (unless you’re driving a Tesla). Hyundai is removing that burden for 2015 Sonata owners by allowing them to upgrade their infotainment system to work with Android Auto with a quick download and a USB stick.
Americans, we need to have a talk. Your greed is causing Japan to deal with a serious depletion of a precious resource. You’re hogging all the Skylines. That’s right, because with 1989 and 1990 Skylines now available for U.S. import, Americans are driving up the prices here at home. »
Located just outside of Philadelphia’s International Airport, Dr. Frederick Simeone has made his comprehensive collection of sports and racing cars available to the public, and boy are we glad he did.
Traffic sucks, so why not start your morning off with some music? You provide the toast and we’ll provide the jams. »
Not too far from Initial D’s Mount Haruna, you will find the area known as Ikaho. And in the area of Ikaho, if you know where you’re looking, you will find the Yokota Collection of cars at the Ikaho Toy, Doll, and Car Museum. Its primary draw is probably a full scale reproduction of Fujiwara Takumi’s AE86 Trueno, but… »