Look, man, I get it: Cars are hard. Driving them especially. And when you put curbs in the way, well, maybe we should all just stay home.
There’s a reason the Dodge Viper is an endangered species. It has no sense of self preservation. It exists in a constant state of imminent eruption, like an unstable star about to enter supernova.
At least eleven people are so far injured after a Porsche Boxster Spyder attempting a burnout ran into a crowd of people attending a Cars and Coffee event in Boise this morning, according to news reports. Though this one doesn’t involve the usual suspect, it’s another example of how a great car event can go south when…
It’s been awhile since we’ve done one of these posts about your Cars And Coffee adventures, so let’s do one! Share stuff from your Cars And Coffee, Crapcans and Cappuccinos or whatever meet you’ve gone to recently—we just want to see some cars.
Tucked away from Tokyo’s cloud-piercing high rises and gaudy neon signboards is the the Tsutaya T-Site in Daikanyama. Located in one of the city’s quieter neighborhoods, it’s a trendy hipster area that runs in stark contrast to the usual intense metropolitan hustle and bustle in the rest of Tokyo. And it’s home to one…
Shit got extremely real for 19-year-old Tahj Turnley after he nearly lost it into a crowd leaving the Nashville Cars and Coffee last month. He is now facing a felony charge for reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon.
Another weekend, another crash at a Cars and Coffee event. We were lucky this time, with no apparent injuries as the car narrowly avoided a crowd and spun into a tree instead. But it’s yet another sad, terrifying incident involving a Ford Must—*adjusts glasses*—oh wait, it was a Dodge Viper this time, actually.
Heavy fog and an extra dark start time (thanks, daylight savings) seemed to keep the most extreme and expensive cars home last weekend, but it still made for a cool and eerie atmosphere.
No car has so voracious a hunger for pedestrians as the curb-hunting Ford Mustang. Now Ford is giving the 2018 model what it calls ‘pedestrian detection’ technology, which it swears it is using for good, not evil.
After months and months of sleeping in, I finally returned to Cars & Coffee. It was mostly just to decide if I actually wanted to sell one of my camera lenses or not.
I like to think of cars in terms of how long it’ll take for it to be cool to show up to a Cars and Coffee with one. For instance, a brand new $65,000 BMW 5-Series is a fine car but boring and would be out of place. A 1971 Ford Pinto, which is a terrible car, would be welcomed by enthusiasts because they’re rare and…
First, I’m going to not think for awhile and share with you some pictures I’ve taken of cars. Then I invite you to show me pictures of cars. Together we can just get lost in the cars.
The tip for this post was “Mustang Driver - New” and I immediately knew what it was without having to watch. This was the second time this happened this weekend. Mustang drivers are a scourge.
A Mustang did that thing Mustangs do again. After spinning and endangering a large crowd that thankfully knew to run away at the sight of a Mustang leaving Cars and Coffee, the driver emerged from the vehicle, waving either to let said crowd know he was OK or to acknowledge that he is, in fact, that guy.
Did you attend your college’s first car meet of the school year this weekend, like I did? Did you do something else, like take your new Viper to Cars & Coffee or stay up all night scraping your knuckles? If you’ve got pictures, or stories, or both, we want to know.
Some of you jamokes just can’t resist the siren song of those screechy tires, huh? Haven’t you seen enough YouTubes to know you shouldn’t smash the gas and saw your steering wheel... especially when you’re leaving a car show!
It’s the weekend! It’s summer! You’re probably out enjoying yourself, possibly attending a Cars & Coffee where a Ferrari got mutilated by a Mercedes, or some other car events. Show us what you did this weekend!
Whenever the time for Cars and Coffee rolls around, there’s the undeniable chance that a soon-to-be-wrecked Ford Mustang will roll up to the lot. But it wasn’t a Mustang this time around—it was the drifting machine known as the Ford Focus RS, with a driver who utterly failed to drift it on the way out.