So you want to host a car show, eh? Line up a bunch of cars in a parking lot, give out a few prizes, badabing badboom, right? Not so fast. Setting up a car show requires a lot of planning, so be prepared to gird your loins.
When you're taking your $302,450 exotic to a Cars and Coffee meet, try not to hit a curb, fly through a garden, and endup halfway up a flight of stairs. That's what happened to this allegedly-drunk Ferrari FF owner in Tennessee.
The owner of this white Honda Civic hit his girlfriend, dragged her by her hair, and then attempted to run over a crowd of angry onlookers. That's when the mob trashed and flipped his car. Was this justified?
The richest of the rich descended on Greenwich, CT over the weekend to show off their four-wheeled superluxury. From the Ferraris in the parking lot to the Bugattis in the show, it was a glamorous celebration of the car.
Last night's Mad Men was filled with Jaguars. Lots and lots of Jaguars. Let's drool over the cars that will keep the show's impermeable cool intact, even as its characters get on to the uglier years of the ‘60s.
Spike just ordered a show called Repo Games from the team behind Jersey Shore. It'll follow two repo men who give debtors a chance to reclaim their cars by correctly answering questions. They say it's "Cops meets Jeopardy."