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RIP James Garner


The world lost a fine gentleman and actor this past week. We here at Car Lust express our thanks to Mr.

July 21 Weekly Open Thread--Who's Driving?


It's too nice a day to stay inside, so we're going on a picnic. Come tag along and join the conversation.

1963 Volkswagon Dunebuggy


Sometimes life gets in the way of having fun.  This is true when it comes to having fun with our cars.

Willys Jeep Wagon


Submitted for your consideration, a charming example of a Willys Jeep Station Wagon, the first all-steel wagon and the mother of all SUVs.

July 7 Weekly Open Thread


It's the height of summertime, so we've closed the Car Lust Garage early and loaded up the lemonade and sandwiches and gone on a picnic.

VW Rabbit Pickup: 1980-1983


This is what I wrote some time ago about the Chevrolet El Camino: Ladies, you may stop reading right now.

June 30 Weekly Open Thread


It's that top-down time of year. Here's the place to discuss your favorite summer driving topic. (Photo from the Station Wagon Forum, contributed by forum member "Jim68Cuda.")

Carspotters' Challenge #113--Rack 'em Up!


For your carspotting pleasure this week, a set of three photos of new cars on railroad cars from the days before fully-enclosed auto-racks.

Car Lust Classic: 1961 Lincoln Continental


Hey folks, it's the Good Old Summertime, and what better way to spend it than in a classy convertible?

Carspotters' Challenge #112--Port Chester, NY


Where were you in '82? Whoever took this photo was in Port Chester, New York. See anything you might like to drive home with through the time portal?

"Cruise-In" at the Templar Motors Factory

David Buehler, who showed me around the old Templar Motors factory in Lakewood for the post I wrote last winter, was interviewed for last Sunday's episode of Cruise-In, a locally-produced car show.

June 16 Weekly Open Thread: Car Lust Crowd-Sourced Data Collection Project


This week I present Car Lust readers with a challenge and a request: Science! There's a little project I've been pondering for a while now that combines automobiles and evolutionary theory.

Carspotters' Challenge #111--Pre-Flight


For this week's installment, we have the fine mid-century modernist architecture of the Minneapolis-St.

Carspotters' Challenge #111--Pre-Flight


For this week's installment, we have the fine mid-century modernist architecture of the Minneapolis-St.

June 9 Weekly Open Thread: Youth, the Gift That Keeps on Giving


Which is, at least in some cases, not a good thing. I direct your attention this week to an article over at The Truth About Cars: I Flunked Driver's Ed: It’s true.

June 9 Weekly Open Thread: Youth, the Gift That Keeps on Giving


Which is, at least in some cases, not a good thing. I direct your attention this week to an article over at The Truth About Cars: I Flunked Driver's Ed: It’s true.

Carspotters' Challenge #110--Lots and Lots


A scene in Los Angeles, roughly 1960 or so. --Cookie the Dog's Owner (Photo obtained from the SDC Forum, contributed by member Bob Andrews.)

Carspotters' Challenge #110--Lots and Lots


A scene in Los Angeles, roughly 1960 or so. --Cookie the Dog's Owner (Photo obtained from the SDC Forum, contributed by member Bob Andrews.)

The Luxury Chevette, The "1977 Leata"


They say that you can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear. But nobody told these folks that, because they did.

The Luxury Chevette, The "1977 Leata"


They say that you can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear. But nobody told these folks that, because they did.


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