Mortality, fatherhood, and a '67 MGB. 

You know your dad isn’t forever, right? I remember the first time I realized he wouldn’t always be there - a sudden drop in weight thanks to a hyperactive thyroid thinned Dad out, made him seem less substantial. He bounced back of course, but it shook me up for a while. He was always just there, the rock, the oak, the… »6/21/15 10:15am6/21/15 10:15am


The Sub-Mill’ Mille: Spring Thaw’s $500 Mille Miglia

Today, the Mille Miglia begins – indeed, as you read this, it’s probably already done so. The entry list is available online, a roll-call of million-dollar coach-built rolling-artwork. And also stuff like a Borgward Isabella, which should make Jalopnik’s Jason Torchinsky giddy, as he’s covering the event thanks to… »5/14/15 10:51am5/14/15 10:51am

In Defense Of The Indefensible: The Rubber Bumper'd MGB Isn't So Bad

Much like the "people" they once were, gearheads tend to exhibit a vast array of opinions and ideas. Even so, there's a few things that seem to be universal: old Lucas Electric jokes, the respect of the BMW 2002, and a cold, seething hatred of the rubber-bumper'd MGB. At the risk of a stabbing, I'm going to say this:… »2/13/15 9:30pm2/13/15 9:30pm