[This is Corinna Harney, 1992 Playmate of the Year, celebrating her new Lexus. Does it get more ‘90s than this? Photo Credit: Playboy]
Victoria Vetri, better known as Angela Dorian, was the Playmate of the Year in 1968 and got a pink AMX as a trophy. Then came Roman Polanski, the Manson Murders, and a nine year prison sentence four decades later.
In addition to $100,000 in prize money and an Oris Artelier Date Diamonds watch with 72 diamonds, 2014 Playboy Playmate of the Year Kennedy Summers also won a 2014 Mini John Cooper Works Roadster. She looks overjoyed.
If you were so deeply moved by the roadside art installation dubbed Playboy Marfa that you planned a pilgrimage to far West Texas in order to see it, then I have bad news for you today: Playboy Marfa is no more.
Playboy Marfa, the attraction featuring a 1972 Dodge Charger planted on a cinder block next to the Playboy logo outside the middle-of-nowhere West Texas town of Marfa, has caused plenty of trouble since it went up. The state ordered it to be taken down. Now, it may take a more famous roadside icon with it.
Few people in the small West Texas town of Marfa are happy with Playboy Marfa, the roadside attraction that features a 1972 Dodge Charger on a block next to the iconic bunny logo. Now the state says it has to go. Will anyone miss it?
It turns out that residents of West Texas aren't exactly warming up to Playboy's "art installation" just outside of the small town of Marfa, which features a 1972 Dodge Charger on a hollowed-out concrete block next to the famed bunny logo. Here's why.
Ever been to Marfa, Texas? Located in the far western part of the state not far from the Mexican border, it's a tiny town that happens to be full of great restaurants, quirky art galleries, oddball cars and strange attractions. The last three come together in a new installation commissioned by Playboy featuring a…
Pilar Lastra is a Playboy Playmate. She was a model on Deal or No Deal. She's a successful radio host. She's also the author of a book called Treat Me Like Your Car, which is a man's guide to treating a lady as well as his car.
The daytime during Pebble Beach car week is all about seeing the cars. But the nights are all about exclusive parties and events for well-to-do customers, celebrities, journalists, and other members of the glitterati.
Meet Irina Olkhovskaya, one of Playboy's 55th anniversary cover models. But she isn't just some has-been bunny, she's a car show host.
The new "Alive" ad campaign for Jaguar, the auto brand named after a kitty cat, stresses a corporate image that's all about asking buyers — "How Alive Are You?" The latest example of the campaign? Jag's asking readers of Playboy's May issue whether they've ever had a "piloerection." Sounds naughty.
Which do you think has a harder time on a rockpile — the woman in the old-fashioned Playboy bunny getup, or the Prombron of Leo Dartz? This video still needs something else, like a hundred tiny giraffes with wings. NSFW language.
The debate we're having internally is whether or not this guy going double-double on a scooter during an Egyptian pro-Osama Bin Laden rally is actually one of a handful of protestors decrying the American assassination of the Al Qaida leader or just a wonderfully inappropriate photo bomb.
Playboy Playmate Giuliana Marino learns to go off-roading in a Land Rover Defender 90. Why? Who Cares? Warning, brief NSFW images of her looking at herself naked in German Playboy. It's like Black Swan, but with Land Rovers. [via Autotopias]
Playboy model Tiffany Livingston was flying to New York when she felt disturbed by turbulence. To solve the problem she decided to bolt from her seat and attempt to open the emergency door mid-flight. Good thing she believes in destiny.
Since 1964, Playboy's given a car to every Playmate of the Year. This year, the magazine gave Hope Dworaczyk a BMW S1000RR motorcycle. This exclusive retrospective shows how her bike stacks up against the rest of the Playmate garage.
Chicago Police busted busty brunette Playboy centerfold Crystal McCahill for driving her 2005 VW Passat through a red light, while drunk and mumbling incoherently.