Authorities Discover 1.3 Tons of Cocaine Hidden on Air France Flight

Authorities in France noticed something very strange when a Air France cargo flight arrived from Venezuela: it contained 30 suitcases that weren't registered to anyone on the plane, or anyone expecting to pick up the cargo. Intrigued, the officials opened the bags and found 1.3 tons of pure cocaine. That's a lot of… » 9/22/13 1:12pm 9/22/13 1:12pm

How I Saved A Coked Up Miles Davis After He Crashed His Lamborghini

Jazz great Miles Davis loved his little Italian cars, but his reckless side took over one day and he crashed the car while carrying a few bags of white powder. Director and car collector James Glickenhaus just happened to be driving along the same stretch of road and jumped out to help. » 6/20/12 2:00pm 6/20/12 2:00pm

Car Stereo Installer Must Be On Crack, Reports Customer For Being Same

Now let's say you're a car stereo installer in scenic Frederick, MD. We're going to go out on a limb and assume that your customer base is more than likely composed of 20-year-olds with chin strap beards and Pontiac G5s. Probably the kind of low-level drug dealers with just enough cash to afford a 20" subwoofer, but… » 8/01/08 1:40pm 8/01/08 1:40pm

Look Out, Zimmer- Johnson Phantom In The House!

When a man's looking for an automobile that tells the world- nay, grabs the world by the lapels and screams high roller coming, you insignificant putz, you'd think that the Excalibur, Zimmer, and Stutz dealerships would pretty much have him covered. You would be wrong. Enter the '85 Johnson Phantom, now available on… » 9/12/07 10:30am 9/12/07 10:30am

Think The Stutz Diplomatica Is Too Restrained? Zimmer Golden Spirit!

Back in the early 1980s, a real high roller with ample white-powder resources and no sense of taste whatsoever had several Detroit-land-yacht-based glitzmobiles to choose from. There's some debate about which was the most ostentatious, but there's no doubt the Zimmer Golden Spirit is a heavy contender for the crown.… » 7/13/07 12:00pm 7/13/07 12:00pm

FIA Not Down With the Booger Sugar

Apparently the FIA has something against Colombia and its special brand of marching powder. While in pre-European Mexico, it was just fine for Montezuma to lay on the shore with his coca leaves and pearls, it is apparently not — in the sport-arbiting organization's estimation — okay to drive a racing car with traces… » 1/23/07 9:30pm 1/23/07 9:30pm