Here at the Jalopnik Daily Motor-Gazette, we're not big fans of the idea of calling a car a "chick car," for a variety of reasons. But that doesn't mean that companies haven't deliberately tried to make cars tailored to a given gender before. Or, in the case of these 1965 Hillman Imp concepts, each gender.
Welcome to Sunday Matinee, where we highlight classic car reviews or other longer videos I find on YouTube. Kick back and enjoy this blast from the past.
It's a strange phenomenon, but it seems old rare cars are always able to attract more of their kind whether the owner is conscious of it or not. Sometimes it takes a few years, but usually similar old rusty project cars have a way of attracting others of their breed. Somehow this trio of Hillman Imps, currently listed…
An industrial engine from a forklift company that went on to win at Le Mans? The four-cylinder, SOHC Climax FW started out powering water pumps on fire trucks, then had some serious diversification.
It's a good thing Photoshop didn't exist when I was a kid, because if it had, these images would have blown my fragile five-year old mind. Cedric Delsaux adds Star Wars characters to otherwise mundane cityscapes, highlighting their alien nature and in the process combining my two biggest
adult childhood obsessions:…