The Plymouth Barracuda was born just weeks before the Ford Mustang hit the stage to take it all, becoming a modest pony car with a rear window no other could match. And it remains fantastic to this day.
Was trying to sell the Opel GT in America a bad idea? Yes, it was the worst timing ever. But who cares apart from those poor Buick dealers? Their disappointment doesn’t take away one bit from the GT’s awesomeness.
While the Hummer carries most of the historical weight of the blowhard puffed chest Bush Years, it’s the Pre-Recession Ford F-150 that most encapsulates the bland bigness of the era, as Regular Car Reviews explains.
The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is, as Regular Car Reviews explains, everything wrong with Fiat Chrysler right now, everything wrong with a muscle car, and everything wrong with a big personal vehicle. And yet...
Regular Car Reviews explains that since it’s getting more and more difficult to find an unmolested Jeep TJ at a reasonable right price, you really shouldn’t treat yours like you’re still at war.
Who wants to show up at the autocross in yet another boring, predictable Miata? It’s the safe, expected choice. But there’s another early-’90s platform that’s perfect for the autocross and the canyon road. We’re talking, of course, about the Jeep Cherokee-based Comanche pickup truck.
I’m no great fan of the third-generation Chevrolet Corvette, mainly because of the way it descended from sexy badass ‘60s muscle-sports car to a sad malaise-mobile by the early ‘80s. But much of that isn’t the C3 Corvette’s fault, and if you do one right, it can be deeply amazing.
For Mr. Regular, the Chevrolet Cavalier Z24 brings back memories of drivers’ ed, visor-mounted CD sleeves, and Rita’s Italian Ice. Oh how those days aren’t missed.
In the Regular Car Reviews finale of their seventh season “The Southern Stab,” the guys take a break from checking out cars, instead reviewing an airplane: the 1964 Piper PA-28 Cherokee Archer II.
Mitsubishi Evo’s are real monsters, but only as long as you treat them well, as Regular Car Reviews found out somewhere above 4,000 rpm.
It’s probably been a good decade since you saw a Chevy Lumina moving under its own power. But there was a time, a glorious time, when the Lumina was the crown prince of 1990s rental car fleets. And that GM front-driver made vacationing Midwesterners go absolutely berserk.
Here’s the tale of Luke, his imported 1986 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.0 and some weird German stuff like a headlight level thumbwheel.
Mr. Regular was asked to be a celebrity judge at Corvettes at Carlisle. Before he went, he wrenched his back, meaning he had to do it under the influence of steroids and painkillers. Here’s his drug-addled recollection of what happened.
Just look at the size of them cupholders! Volkswagen clearly knew what wealthy Americans wanted 11 years ago. Now, at last, the Regular Car Reviews take on the Volkswagen Phaeton.
According to Regular Car Reviews, if you replace the rotary engine with a Chevy small block in your RX-7 just to make it work all the time, you might as well just keep banging those cheerleaders. It is bro culture distilled into vehicular form.
Regular Car Reviews has been one of our favorite YouTubers for a long time, and now he’s giving voice to the cars at Cars and Coffee. Somebody give this man a Pulitzer, because he’s doing all the car reporting you need to hear: