Today’s plan: have a backup plan. Like a whole extra H-van.
In honor of Veteran’s Day, I figured we should have a soldier here. So, everyone, say hello to the Crosley Pup, part of a project to make a lightweight, airplane-droppable Jeep. We’ll have more about these mini-jeeps soon, I think!
Happy Friday! Instead of doing anything useful today, I suggest using your office’s resources to print out and build this 1971 Ford Pinto model. Not that you can see the extreme-rear location of the gas tank on the bottom there, which would become a big deal later in the Pinto’s life.
Just in case you thought this was just going to be another boring Thursday, I’m here to remind you that the Iso Rivolta S4 was one of the best-looking four-door sedans ever made, and you should probably take a moment and reflect on that before going about your day.
A Skyline parks where it damn well pleases.
Happy Friday, pals! I hope your weekend will be like this Mondeverdi Sierra: a Plymouth Volare in disguise, something homely and humble at its core, but dressed up beautifully. Is that a good weekend plan? Sure, why not?
I mean, perhaps you enjoy the new Ford ad campaign with Bryan Cranston rambling on about this and that. But how about this image of a Ranger barreling (crawling?) through the desert. I’ll take the latter.
Welcome back to the week of working! I missed you. To really get things going right, enjoy this image of a pure, angelic Tickford Capri in its natural habitat, the clouds. Aston Martin was involved in these things!
You know those yearbook pictures where you have your face superimposed over a faded-out version of your profile behind you? That’s what this picture of a Renault 15 feels like. Happy Friday.
I don’t know about you, but I normally don’t think of Subaru when I think about concept cars. I can’t decide if this 1987 Jo-Car proves that’s good or bad.
Boy, am I glad to see you again. It’s a new week, and that means we get to start a whole new oil-soaked journey down the rich, twisty highway of automotive everything together, again! Hot damn, right? Metaphorically cram into the back seat of that Fronte with me, as Smokey McTurtleneck and Flora Print there hop in the…
You have to admit, this is a pretty ambitious logo for a carmaker to try with the old make-the-logo-out-of cars technique. I especially like the Spider Veloce there with its doors open, standing in for the man or baby being eaten by the snake. Happy Friday, pals!
This car isn’t broken, it’s just the 2001 Citroen C-Crosser concept. It’s supposed to look like that.
Yes, that’s a lovely Saab 96, so why does the look on that Meeths-shopper look so terrified? That woman looks like she’s using all of her might not to lose her shit. Whats’s going on here? Is that Saab the ghost of her former Saab? I’m confused.
It’s Friday! Great job, everyone. As my way of saying thanks, here’s a picture of the truck you didn’t realize you wanted so badly until right now: a 1958-1960 Standard Atlas! It’s British, and has a 948cc engine! Hot damn!
Beep, beep motherlumpers! We’re Saab’ing ahead, fearlessly, smiling, while watching you!
Hello car-pals! Welcome to a new week! My advice to you this week is to take every moment with a sense of Pure Lekkerry, whatever the hell that is. It worked for this Escort, so it should work for you.
Happy Friday, pals! I’m not sure what your big weekend plans are, but I think I’m going to hop into my Citroën GSA Break Club and head over to Dimension Laser, where I’ve got my eye on a sweet-ass laser bust of who I think is Julia Stiles, mounted on a nice laser Doric column.
Ah, the Matra M 530! From back in the day when rocking a hazmat suit was pretty much the sexiest thing you could do.
I hope the guy driving that Austin A30 is revving that engine and referring to the car as the “LOV Machine,” explaining how much effort he had to go through to get that license plate.