Top Ten American Automotive Pilgrimages

It wouldn't be a Jalopnik Automotive Amerigasm without a nod to the places that make American automotive history so great. Eddie Izzard may joke that he's from "Europe, where the history comes from," but the relative young age of the auto industry means our automotive history is as old and rich as anyone's...and of… » 7/03/08 2:00pm 7/03/08 2:00pm

La Vida Lowrider: Cruising the City of Angels

The Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles is hosting a selection of the city denizen's automotive creations that defy the soulless mechanicals of modern commuter boxes by proudly representing the culture and families that crafted the machines. While one group of post WW2 hooligan Angelenos were seeking higher… » 10/26/07 6:30pm 10/26/07 6:30pm

A Confederacy of Deuces: 75 '32 Fords

While the Bumbeck Starion could arguably considered the Baskerville '32 Ford Roadster of Web 2.0 (we can't believe we just said "Web 2.0"), we doubt that one day there will ever be more Starions on the road than there were during the car's heyday. While rodding may have been initially honed on the Tin Lizzie, as well… » 1/30/07 1:45am 1/30/07 1:45am