Jalopnik is in Detroit to cover the wonderful automobile gathering that is the Woodward Dream Cruise, so come on out tonight and cruise Michigan’s M-1 with us.
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If any of you car fans can get to the Petersen Museum in Los Angeles tomorrow, Sunday, July 22, I highly recommend you do so. An all-Japanese car cruise-in is going to take over the parking structure, and there’s also an excellent Japanese exhibit going on in the upper halls.
We’re going drinking tonight, and you all are welcome to join us and discuss old Subaru vans and also socialism. We’ll be at The Watering Hole on East 19th Street in New York City from around 6 p.m. until whenever we feel like leaving. We’re not buying drinks though, because we’re gettin’ SOLD. How about you buy us…
Jalopnik Movie Club: Friendly reminder that this week’s movie review is Mission: Impossible 2! If you have any hot takes, be sure to email me at justin [at] jalopnik [dot] com, or make your case in the comments below.
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After five long, grueling, year-long laps as one of Jalopnik’s most beloved and prolific staff writers, we must announce that Stef Schrader—our best Porsche fan and chief Puffalump enthusiast—is taking the checkered flag and leaving us.
With a competitive spirit that could shame most Olympians, you lovely Jalops submitted dozens of rad rides to our reader contest for this Sunday’s Radwood car show. It was a tough contest. The cars were very good! But in the end only three can be champions, and here they are.
We’re heading to Radwood, the fantastic 80s and 90s-themed car show in San Francisco, later this week. We want you rad readers to bring your rad rides, so we’re holding a rad contest to see which rad ride is raddest. Follow?
Most things are terrible, but Radwood—the grassroots car show that celebrates the rides of the 1980s and 1990s—is good. It’s back at the end of this month in the San Francisco Bay Area. Once again Jalopnik is getting involved with the show, and we want you to get involved too! Update: It’s past the 2 p.m. ET deadline,…
It feels like Radwood, the car show that gloriously celebrates the angular, analog and awesome cars of the 1980s and ‘90s, has been a part of our collective modern car culture forever. But it hasn’t! The show’s only a year old. Now, after making a huge, neon splash in 2017, the show is coming home at the end of this…
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Prepare yourselves, People of the Carlisle Import and Performance Car Nationals, Jalopnik is coming and we’re bringing a Lexus IS300 Sportcross of extreme cleanliness. If you’re here, come hang out.
I have to admit something to you guys: The Jalopnik staffers were nervous before our Amazon/The Grand Tour bash last Friday night. We badly wanted everyone to enjoy themselves and have a good evening. We didn’t want to disappoint you. But after chatting with you guys and seeing the photos, I think everyone’s evening…
LOS ANGELES FRIENDS! You demanded and we are delivering: We’re throwing a soirée next week in LA with Amazon and you are all invited to come. All of you. Update: Event is full!
For the past half hour, the Jalopnik main chat room has been full of us talking about East German microtrucks, and that’s probably as good a sign as any that we should all just hang out online.