A long time ago in a state far, far away, I was part of an interesting band of lovable whackos called the Senior Six Registry. Alternately known as the … Continue Reading 1985 BMW 323i Baur TC2: A Small Update
A couple of weeks ago I wrote about a 2004 Jaguar S-Type R for sale in Virginia (still available, by the way). At the same time, I told a tale … Continue Reading The Jaguar S-Type: A Prophecy
Among regular TTS readers and other folks who know me well, it’s no secret that in my 33+ years of driving, I’ve bought and sold a LOT of cars. The … Continue Reading The Cars That Keep Me Coming Back for More
You, our loyal readers, may have noticed an aesthetic revamp of this site. If so, congrats! If not, well… Part of the new look is a rotating header image. One … Continue Reading Some Pretty Things: TTS Header Photo Dump
The San Francisco, California, public auto auction is not normally the place to discover a classic Mercedes sedan. Generally run across the block are tatty donation cars like battered Ford … Continue Reading Mercedes-Benz 280SE 4.5, briefly
My cohort here at TTS and I occasionally discuss why we’re not wealthy. Aside from the obvious – not winning the birth lottery, dedicating our dwindling free time to blogging … Continue Reading 1984 BMW 733i; Time Capsule in a Tuxedo.
Car shopping is either a joy or a chore, depending on your automotive disposition. Regardless, it’s always better to shop when you don’t actually need to spend the money. Casually … Continue Reading Car Shopping
Living in California had its advantages when it came to spotting near-extinct species of interesting cars; classics like BMW’s iconic 2002 were almost commonplace. Fiats littered Craigslist and the local … Continue Reading Where Cars Go To Die