Sometimes it’s not easy being an ’80s and ’90s car enthusiast. Many car shows still cut eligibility at 1973. Cars and Coffees often devolve into supercar one-upmanship and dyno sheet saber rattling. Aftermarket support for restoration varies while available modifications often erase all vestiges of period correct…
[This is how Porsche marketed the racing version of the 911, the GT3R, back in 1999. Photo: Porsche]
The Internet Archive just dumped nearly 2,400 old MS-DOS video games into an easy-to-navigate repository. Every single one of the games is free to play in your browser. Some of the games are classics. Some of them are hilariously obscure. And some of them are porn—which is something you probably didn't realize existed…
Every time I get together with a handful of distant friends and talk about 90s BMWs, I have the same compulsion. It isn't I need an old BMW, it's weirder: I need to scan the amazing BMW brochures from my fanboy youth.
With the Supra possibly on its way back to the showroom floor, maybe there's room in America's heart for more '90s sports coupes to make a comeback.
This is a quest — a quest to find the most absurdly '90s car representative of that mighty morphin' power decade.
Toyota is proud that they've been building the Corolla for 47 years now, so when they made the launch video for the 2014 model, they showed the car's transition through the decades. And they picked grunge to show off the '90s.