Be careful out there.
Welcome to Paper Jam, the feature where we highlight the best automotive advertisements from the past! Print might be nearly dead, but our scanners are just getting warmed up.
Jerry Seinfeld can be ornery. But that's ok, it makes for good comedy. And one of those things that annoys him are the proliferation of short pants (aka shorts) across America. Wear pants, people.
We know Americans, as a marketing demographic, like chrome. There’s nothing wrong with a little chrome here and there, it makes stuff brighter. But all over your wheels? No. All over the badges on your car? Well, at least it’s better than gold.
On May 3rd, GM filed to trademark the name Riviera for use on automobiles, reports GM Inside News. In light of OnStar's recent reveal of the mysterious SS Performance, what the hell is this Riviera going to be?
Many of our readers were shocked by Germany's big win in the Door Panel Edition of the Junkyard Build Quality challenge, with an Audi 80 beating a Lexus ES250 and a Buick LeSabre. Today's challenge: Speedometers!
OK, the Germans and Japanese have had their turns. Now it's time to see if the United States can grab the Junkyard Nightmare Build Quality Challenge trophy back from the Germans!
When we saw the '73 Buick Riviera in this series a couple months ago, some of your comments indicated that many of you prefer the pre-boattail Rivs. That's no problem, because (in spite of Alameda having something of a vintage Buick shortage) I was able to find this nice '66 parked within a block of the 1972 Plymouth…
The boys over at the blog that likes to spend more time Kicking Tires than not reminded us of a little Zeta-platformed concept designed jointly by GM and SAIC that we'd totally forgotten we hadn't yet seen in person, but we need to be looking for at the Detroit Auto Show next month. It's quite possibly the most…