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A truck carrying cabbages turned over on the highway outside of Rochester New York on Tuesday morning causing both extensive traffic delays and massive cole slaw.
For your Wagon Wednesday viewing pleasure, I give you one of GM’s most interesting and just plain cool wagons: the 1964 Buick Skylark Sport Wagon.
I’ve found the perfect combination for an absolutely unhindered workflow. This consists of brewing a very large cup of strong black coffee and browsing crystal clear promotional images of Japanese cars while listening to vaporwave music.
Here is something you won’t see on other American automotive websites, mostly because there was no press release issued for it and there was no first drive at a fancy resort.
We’re joined in the podcast studio by guest Mark Baruth. He’s an editor at TheTruthAboutCars, and he’s also the proud owner of a Ford Flex, Ford Mustang Boss 302, and Ford Fiesta ST… he likes the Blue Oval Brand.
Welcome to Craigslist Crapshoot, our weekly search for the most bizarre, awesome, and/or terrible vehicles that the online classifieds has to offer. In Great Britain – and maybe elsewhere – they have a phrase “Get Yer Kit Off” which means to get nekkid.
Just last week I was listening to the Smoking Tire podcast (when I’m not listening to the Hooniverse podcast or hosting the Cammed & Tubbed podcast, of course), when I heard mention that the famous Cobb Tuned Fiesta ST would be making an appearance at the Virginia City Hill Climb ...
We truly live in magical times. I mean, we’re actually living in the amazing future that our parents’ generation, on the whole, predicted.
Here’s three-quarters of the legendary band Led Zeppelin riding trail bikes. They all appear to be on Suzukis, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant’s rides each looking like your standard two-stroke trail bikes, while the fat tire on John Bonham’s bike indicates that it might be an RV-90.
The Honolulu lane zipper is famous sliding jersey barriers across the highway in Honolulu, opening or closing lanes, depending on the time of day and traffic.
In 1993, when I was 12, I visited the Florida Mall, Orlando during my first culturally charged foray into the United States.
There’s a few good possibilities for a DMC replica build, if you’re extremely fond of that Giugiaro folded paper design but lack the wherewithal to get an actual, legit, crowd-pulling DeLorean DMC-12 just in time (groan) for October 2015.
So a couple of weeks back, this olelongrooffan was out and about just checking out what there was to be seen around that mountainous city I’m calling home these days.
Welcome to Track Tuesday where you are asked to identify a (maybe) famous race or test track from just one closely-cropped aerial image.
This is a long overdue post and a tough one to write. Literally, it’s been difficult to write; I’ve started and revised it dozens of times.
I’m going to keep this as short as I can since I only spent a bit over an hour driving this van and I don’t want to spend any more time writing this than I did driving it.
If you think about all the various trim packages that have graced auto models over the decades, from Z28 Camaros to Niki Lauda edition Alfa Spiders, there are some that have definitely become keepers.
This is either a typo or representative of Fiat’s latest crazy attempt to move cars, starting with the used ones.
As I type this, the final IndyCar race of the season is about to start. A battle in the shadow of tragedy.
I was eight years old and she was seventeen, and I’ve been besotted ever since I first saw her. I was on vacation with my parents in the West Country, it was a holiday romance that never happened and I’ve been returning every few years in the hope of seeing ...