Can You Really Daily Drive A Classic Car?

When I was fifteen, I began restoring my 1966 Ford Mustang which I drove daily from age sixteen to seventeen - in all of its dual exhaust, low-geared, four barrel carburetor, nine mile per gallon glory (I still have that car). At age twenty-two, I bought a 1979 MGB which was the most moody little thing I have ever… » 8/18/14 8:15pm 8/18/14 8:15pm

Airbus A380: The Oppo Review

As some of you may know, I recently spent a few weeks in Greece. I live in the Washington, D.C. area, and because my G650 was out for an oil change, I had to fly commercial. My itinerary was D.C.>Paris>Athens, and the first leg of that trip was aboard an Air France A380. For those of you who do not know, the A380 is… » 8/15/14 3:12pm 8/15/14 3:12pm

This Mialfa Romazda Is The Answer To The Question No One Asked

This is why I keep telling people that drugs are bad. The Mazda MX-5 is a fantastic automobile that brings endless smiles and a relentlessly reliable driving experience; the Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider is a hauntingly beautiful car with classic street cred, unmatched in its price range. » 8/05/14 4:45pm 8/05/14 4:45pm

Ultimate C4 Corvette Cage Fight: 1991 ZR-1 Vs 1996 Grand Sport

You've got $20k budget for something sporty, what do you buy...a new V6 Mustang? Heck no!! You don't want people to think you are driving around in a rental, do ya? What you need is something that'll show the boys back at your 30th high school reunion that you made it. What you need is a Corvette. » 8/01/14 11:31am 8/01/14 11:31am

What in the Gasgacinch? 1962 VW 1500 Karmann-Ghia Restoration Blog in…

Buddy Scott is making slow but steady progress on the rebuild of his totally rare Type III. So much progress in fact he had to start a blog. And while the vehicle in question may be lacking the ALUMINUM UND SHTEEL! found in modern Deutsche-coupes, Scott's blog is indeed highly precise. How highly precise? » 12/07/06 9:15am 12/07/06 9:15am