Some of you might have wondered where in hell Rocket Surgery Racing found the 1956 Renault 4CV that served as the basis of their Index of Effluency-winning LeMons car. In the conveniently-located Warehouse Of French Hell Project Doom, of course! »
This print ad was created by South African-based Ogilvy for VW to show off — actually we're honestly not sure what they're trying to show except for this unlikely duo caught in a compromising situation. »
This is Down On The Street Bonus Edition, where we check out interesting street-parked cars located in places other than the Island That Rust Forgot. Now that we've started the week with a French DOTSBE car, we might as well keep it going with another. JasonTorch (of Team Make:Way fame) was up in Oregon and found this… »
Yesterday's Choose Your Eternity matchup was just about as close a race as the Zagato versus Javelin choice, with the Rolls edging out the Bagheera by a slim margin. We're going to ease back down into low-buck territory with today's choices, going with a couple of budget heroes for your eternal wrenching enjoyment...
Here's the killer deal of Maximum Mopar Day: if the fact that you can still buy a headlight holder for an '85 Plymouth Caravelle for only five dollars and ninety-three cents hasn't already swayed you, maybe the fact that the car was rear-drive and available with a 318 might get your head pointing in the correct… »