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Dad's '67 LeMans wasn't the first car I actually owned, but it was the car I learned to drive in, and the car I had more or less unrestricted use of once the state of Ohio gave me permission to be out on the public roads without adult supervision.
The Our First Cars series couldn’t have come at a more opportune time: 2015 marks the 10th Anniversary of when I got my driver’s license.
I can't say I actually feel Car Lust towards this scabby 1986 Toyota Celica GT--it's probably more like Car Love.
Fair Warning Dear Readers. This may be the most positive review of a Chevy Vega since 1973. I wasn't even halfway through my 16th year, but it was time to have a car.
Since this week's theme is about Our First Cars, this picture came to mind. It's the Dr. C.C. and Mabel L.
Mr. Virgil Exner has taken his first car, a 1937 Ford, and significantly updated it. Now called "Purple Max," the car is a sight to behold and surely would be a thrill to drive.
I'm a bit torn on this one because this discussion more or less depends on what the definition of my first car entails.
"Toyota Corolla E70 4 door sedan" by Charles01 - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Toyota_Corolla_E70_4_door_sedan.jpg#/media/File:Toyota_Corolla_E70_4_door_sedan.jpg My first two cars were both Toyota Corollas.
Greetings and salutations, dear and faithful Car Lust readers. It seems that we, your humble contributors, have been working on something special as of late.
I’ll admit that while I’m a pretty big fan of the ‘80s, I’ve seen very few of the Brat Pack (Rob Lowe, Molly Ringwald, Judd Nelson, etc.) movies.
Any series that uses Major Tom (Coming Home) by Peter Schilling for the opening can’t be bad at all! Taking place during the 1980s chapter of the Cold War, Deutschland 83 (‘Deutschland’ is German for ‘Germany’, ‘83’ for 1983) is about a young East Germany soldier that went from confiscating illegal literature to becoming a spy in the offices of high-ranking West German military personnel so he can gather information on what was going on with the nuclear weaponry.
I hereby throw down the gauntlet, metaphorically speaking of course. Is the Honda Prelude. . . the archetypal 1980s car?
What did you do on Labor Day? Circa 1959. Click here to find a bigger version. Did you go to a get-together with family and friends, hopefully in fair weather?
Where I work, there’s a used car dealership right beside us. It holds an eclectic collection of automobiles, ranging from Hyundai econoboxes to old Ford Super-Duty trucks suited for different applications.
Just another day in Los Angeles... If one looks closely, the print from the other side of the page can be made out, so I’m convinced that this was staged.
This is the place to talk about anything automotive. As a possible discussion-starter, let's ask the same question Nash's ad copywriter posed: how do you judge a car?
One of the more surprising things at the Studebaker meet last Saturday was the microcar delegation. There were four King Midgets in attendance.
For our third installment in the series, we'll start with this lovely 1927 coupe, which held seniority over everything else at the show.
It was a beautiful day in Northeast Ohio last Saturday, perfect for walking around the Studebaker Drivers Club Ohio Chapter meet in Talmadge.
We’re still in Roseburg, Oregon! As you can probably tell, there’s still plenty to see. Care to share?