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The American Power Boat Association’s Gold Cup is the oldest running trophy in motor sport. In 1918 the Cup was won by legendary racer, Garfield (Gar) Wood in the Curtiss V-12 powered “Miss Detroit III.” That was fitting as the race that year was held at Detroit.
There’s just something about a small German hatchback that makes me happy. It could be the clean, straight lines that epitomize the 80′s econobox, or the simple, honest fun of driving an underpowered car to its limits and beyond.
Welcome to Craigslist Crapshoot, our weekly search for the most bizarre, awesome, and/or terrible vehicles that the online classifieds has to offer. (Rob’s Note: Due to the Project Car Update Orgy, CC was preempted last week.) Do you remember disco?
[Disclaimer: Eric Rood will be getting paid to sit on the 24 Hours of LeMons Supreme Court for this race, punishing drivers for their misdeeds and generally doing his best to maintain order on the racetrack.] The 24 Hours of LeMons has been in its “experimental college student” phase this year, it seems, testing out the waters of sprint racing and visiting new circuits.
Do you have a brother in law, you know, the guy who is boning your sister? Do you ever stop and think that, when you think about it, he’s not really that bad a guy, even though he’s defiling your sibling – his wife- on a regular basis?
You’ve seen hot rods, and rat rods, and hot rats, and whatnot, but have you ever seen a hot-rodded tractor?
Now, this olelongrooffan does not hesitate to admit that I know nearly nothing about motorcycles, although I am learning more every week thanks to a certain Hoon contributor who is providing that knowledge to all of we Hoons.
Some time in the late ’90s, I wrote to the exotic sports car manufacturer DeTomaso and asked for a Pantera brochure.
Appearing at Millbrook where I spent a day at, Was this little red hatchback manufactured by SEAT, This motoring journalist lark that I play at, Was an excuse to take it for a spin.
Considering that at present the company can’t seem to even get something as simple as an ignition switch right, it’s hard to fathom that General Motors was once a hotbed of advanced technological study and innovative design.
Bikes You Should Know appears weekly as part of Two Wheel Tuesdays. Since Hooniverse primarily caters to automotive enthusiasts, this column focuses on historically or culturally significant motorcycles that are likely to interest a non-riding audience.
Welcome to the Hooniverse Classic Captions Post, and it’s that time of the week in which this feature appears, so let’s review the premise; I search for images that were used by the car or truck companies in their print advertising or brochures, and it is your job to provide a humorous caption that is some how tied in with the image.
The other day I was watching a video of the building of a replica of a 1909 Torpedo V4 and it struck me that there are simply so many motorcycles that have come and gone over the years that my meager grey matter simply can’t catalog them all.
I usually find instances where a racer’s pit bike matches their car to be a bit too twee. In the case of this Gulf livery-wearing Porsche and Honda however, I think I can make an exception.
So it was a whiles back this olelongrooffan was out and about seeing what could be seen. One of the things I spotted was that 1969 BMW parts car wannabe.
This is what you do when you find yourself with two totalled Hyundais and an automotive body shop at your disposal.
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I harp on BMW a lot. Too much, in fact. The automaker still builds machines that provide a truly engaging driving experience.
It’s hard to say whether or not Fiat’s diminutive 500 could actually race across the ocean floor, although I think I’d rather not like to find out the answer in the company’s electric edition – ziiit, ziiit.
Not to be outdone by the glorious golden Firebird we looked at last week, this blue bird was spotted in a Redmond parking lot just a few weeks ago.