I can’t help myself. I love the third-generation Honda Civic, particularly all of its extremely ’80s wheels.
There were no good comments today. Nobody wins Comment of the Day. We are very disappointed in you. We spend all day writing for you, and this is the one thing you’re supposed to do for us.
Apparently somebody was careful enough about parking to put a little dangly tennis ball in their garage, but dense enough to run over a can of paint next to an Aston Martin DBS resulting in this messy disaster.
Do not forget the air-cooled Honda 1300 Coupe, one of the weirdest, coolest cars the company ever made.
Say goodbye to yesterday in a 1966 BMW 2000 CS.
Happy Friday! Don’t take it personally, but these replicants were sent from the 1970s to murder you. Good luck with that!
People forget, but there was an Integra Type R sedan! And it was good, from what I hear. Your kids would’ve loved to have been hauled to school in it, screaming with delight as the VTEC kicked in.
Look at the faces of the people in that Renault 8, looking at the blurry couple in the foreground. Their expressions are ones of a certain dead-eyed despair, mixed with a little contempt. Those people can’t help they’re blurry! Leave them alone!
Good morning and never stop dreaming, like this 1984 Toyota Space Cruiser that made it all the way to space.
How to enjoy this picture of a lovely AMC Pacer:
“That swarm of wasps we let out of the back of our DAF 46 Stationcar with its fine Variomatic transmission sure is making those kids scream and run! I sure love not having to shift as I drive to the location where I set free my swarm of angry wasps. Let’s get in the back and make sweet love now, Candis.”
When we look for cars, we value both The Intelligence and The Space. Also, a deeply strange 2+1 seating arrangement featuring one normal seat and a bench with two seatbacks. That’s why the Matra-Simca Bagheera is the only car for us. Also, all other cars.
Here’s the Rolls-Royce Cullinan undergoing its last rounds of testing before it assumes its final form, which is that of a money printer for the BMW Group.
Sadly, we still have many years before we can legally import the Audi A2. What ever will we do until then?
Welcome to a new week, pals! Enjoy this Panhard Dyna, but, more importantly, please appreciate the name of the dealership: Van Loon’s Automobielbedrijf. Who wouldn’t want to be associated with Van Loon? Be a part of the Van Looney ‘Bedrijf team?
It’s Friday! Tell the work week to go screw in your sideways E21!
Look how happy they look. In most automotive press photos nowadays everyone just looks miserable. I want an MR2. An MR2 would make me happy. An MR2 would make you happy. Get an MR2. Be an MR2.
Lots of folks are in town for the 2018 New York International Auto Show, so we decided to give them a proper welcome at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. Enjoy.
Justin Westbrook’s out doing New York auto show stuff, so you’re stuck with me. And by me, I mean it’s me, Ryan Felton. Pictured here is a 1996 Chevy Cavalier. I didn’t own this particular one, but I’m showing you it because a ‘96 Cavalier was my first car. It was red, complete shit, but I loved it dearly. Anyway.