What we have here are two endangered species – in the United States, anyway. We are gathered here today to bid a fond farewell to the Station Wagon and the … Continue Reading Lamenting the Demise of Two Old Friends: Farewell to the Station Wagon and the Stick Shift
I don’t have any real issue with the Smart Fortwo. I think if you lived in some impossibly hip urban environment, or San Francisco, it could be a nice little … Continue Reading Thought For The Day
I turned forty earlier this year, and it struck me as a long time Beatles and John Lennon fan that through chance, luck, or some sort of cosmic intervention, I’d … Continue Reading Watching John Lennon’s Wheels: Happy 71st Birthday, John.
Shortly after buying a ratty $680.00 BMW 535i, I rubbed the front fender against a concrete pillar. I was watching a Land Rover instead of the immovable object. The fender … Continue Reading Bent Car, Heal Thyself!
Automotively speaking, there is much to dislike about the great State of Virginia. Emissions requirements in “populated” areas (read: the greater DC area) are extreme, requiring dyno tests every other … Continue Reading What Price Vanity (Plates)…?
UPDATE: October 3, 2011: Pictures received, along with some more details. The interior does come with the car, but there are issues lurking beneath. Compression is between 105 and 130 … Continue Reading 1967 Mercedes-Benz 250SL Pagoda Euro: Opportunities and Decisions – UPDATE
From yesterday’s UK Guardian newspaper: “Mind-reading car could drive you round the bend” This being a blog loosely focused on cars and driving, it seemed almost obligatory to flag this … Continue Reading Whatever Happened to *Driving*? Nissan’s Mind-reading Car Adventures