Welcome to Little Car in the Big City, where I highlight fascinating cars I found walking around a town that is known for being bigger than everything else, but where every car is fighting to stand out: New York, New York.
Feast your eyes upon what looks like a Doctor Moreau-style splicing experiment between a Tyrrell P34, Plymouth Prowler, a few GM trucks, a fire truck, an airplane, and some farm equipment.
If you need proof Chevy truck commercials in the 80s were about more than abusing your truck and doing manly things look no further than this one.
When you're a 5-time DOTS honoree with no space for the '69 El Camino you just picked up, what's the next step? We say it's the addition of a parked-for-25-years S10 drag-racer project!
We've seen Nissans, Toyotas, and Rangers in LeMons races, and they've (mostly) been pretty lackluster on the race track. The shocking thing is the lack of Toyota truck reliability, but perhaps you really do get what you pay for when you buy a very used-up $500 Toyota truck.
Oh diesel, you are such a cruel mistress. The mega torque potential of your compression ignitioned genius is only offset by the additional cost of purchase and the scary rise in fuel prices. Diesel, why must you taunt us with new drag racing figures which both shock and delight? You convince the motor heads at Banks…
We're beginning to wonder if Google Street View is somehow causing these accidents. We saw the awesome Audi Q7 versus Range Rover upside-down cake near the Phoenix Country Club a couple of weeks ago. Now we're seeing another one a mere 2.7 miles away. "That's crazy talk!" you say. Nope, there's definitely a case to be…