Remember these? Mr. Regular does. The late-2000s model Lexus ISes? Perhaps when you try and recall one in your brain-space, you cannot, for these cars blended so perfectly with their suburban environments that only a blank swatch of pavement at the parking lot of a Whole Foods turns up in your mind’s eye. Ah, but this…
The 1974 Volkswagen Karmann-Ghia is beautiful and flawless in every single way. Especially in this blue. My God, the blue.
Car meets are wonderful places where the atmosphere is relaxed and there are a plethora of enthusiasts and owners to geek out with. Everyone brings their best manners and it’s generally a good time.
Some children dream of Lamborghinis, Aston Martins or Ferraris. Not Mr. Regular. He first saw a Toyota MR2 when he was a boy and has wanted one ever since. Now he has one.
We, as Americans, love excess. There’s no getting around it. We love huge TVs, huge houses, big food and big horsepower. And the 2013 Shelby Mustang GT500 is the embodiment of that love.
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.
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.