Alpina stripe all the things!
Ever wonder what the underside of a NASCAR Camping World Truck looks like? Wonder no more, thanks to last night’s insane race-ending crash at Daytona. Here’s the No. 88 of Matt Crafton captured in mid-flight.
Weekend mode: engage.
La voiture des gens.
It’s almost the weekend. Get out there and live your best brougham life.
The Mazda Cosmo of the 1980s was notable for offering a choice of a gasoline four-cylinder, a diesel, or a rotary engine. But if you ask me, there’s only one way to go.
The Infiniti G20 probably wasn’t a great car. But it was a good car. And I’m always kind of happy to see decent ones running around.
I am not above temptation. I too sometimes think of throwing it all away for Volkswagen Corrado ownership.
Soon: the Raptor/Yugo showdown the world has been demanding for years.
It being President’s Day and all, treat yourself once more to some American luxury fit for a president. This is the 1989 Lincoln Town Car Presidential Limo. Best U.S. President ride ever? I believe so.
It’s Friday. Treat yourself to some real American luxury.
Opel got a few things right.
The rugged men and women of the American Southwest will tell you: no car will do but the 1978 Plymouth Sapporo.
I still really dig the first Lexus IS, especially in SportCross form. Can we forgive it for the silver taillights it foisted upon the tuner world for the better part of a decade? I say yes.
How long could I stare at the weirdo Audi S2 Coupé? Quite some time.
Nissan used to have cars with goofy names like Fairlady, Bluebird, Stanza and Violet, but they could all whoop your ass if they wanted to.
I forgot about the 2008 Maserati A8GCS Berlinetta Touring prototype. I had also forgotten how much I liked it.
I’m not saying the Alfa Romeo Carabo is the best concept car ever. I’m merely saying the case could be made.
No matter how hard or lonely it gets, just remember: the Audi RS2 Avant was real.
Are you an L-Type person or a P-Type person?