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Dear Jezza, Captain Slow, and Hamster (Can I call you guys that, seeing as we're co-workers now?), Now that you are joining us on the Amazon payroll (even though, to be completely forthright, we're not exactly on the Amazon payroll, at least most of us), I thought I would take the opportunity to welcome you to the company, late-comers hough you are to this whole Internet-thingie.
It’s been a while since we’ve featured a Carspotters’ Video Challenge. This time we’re showing the police chase scene of the movie The Driver (1978), a cult classic movie whose iconic C-10 pick-up truck vs.
Last week’s Carspotters’ Challenge focused around the Golden Gate Bridge on the West coast. I threw a question out there it if the commute ever got old and readers responded with a resounding ‘no’ plus explanation.
There's a cruise-in every Thursday at the local Arby's, and I was able to break free from work this past week in time to attend.
How long would it take to lose the novelty of driving through the Golden Gate Bridge every day? Click here for bigger version.
They are as associated with London as Big Ben. They have a reputation for being as clean as a crumpet plate. And they are as recognizable as Parliament.
Tonight we here in the US of A bid a fond farewell to Top Gear when the last show featuring the trio of Jeremy "The Orangutan" Clarkson, Richard "The Hamster" Hammond, and James "Captain Slow" May airs on BBC America.I'm sure I don't need to go into the details about how their run on the show came to an end, but there was some doubt whether we would get to see the last of the programmes that were filmed before it all went belly up.
The summer of ’79. School's over. What to do… Summer camp? Family vacation? Hang around town? Make a movie with your friends?
We've already had one thread this summer devoted to driving music and some good choices there were. I'm sure we also have our share of one or two songs or albums or even entire genres that might seem a little.
There seems to be a parade of sorts getting ready to go. I wonder what the occasion is. Click here for full-size version.
I was waiting at an accountant’s office, so I whipped out my phone proceeded to rot my brain with 9gag, one of those meme-centric websites.
A short vanity post commemorating me and my Mustang II's 25th Anniversary together. I've written a couple of times before (here and here) about how this thing came into my possession and how we'd gotten to various points on our mutual trajectories. There's really nothing special happening with the old car and I this year apart from the somewhat arbitrary milestone of reaching the 25-year mark.
I honestly thought that clever title came from the site that I found this pic. I got curious, looked it up and found out that is truly the title of this photo.This colorful photograph was taken by Fred Herzog.
This week's photo comes from (again), Vintage Everyday: The caption for the photo is "View of Brownsville from the Sutter Ave.
Akron, Ohio, June 13, 2015.
Full size version, click here. There’s no date or place mentioned for this picture. At most, I’m guessing 1955-1956.
The summer season of long car trips and top-down joyrides is upon us--and we are again confronted with the critical question of what mood music to have playing in the stereo as we drive.
That ‘70s Show was not only gut-busting entertainment, it was a learning experience. It gave a window to how life was in mid-to-late 1970s North America.
As my little "hook" to this little bit of theorizing, I shall remind readers of our mixed opinion on the Beige Toyota Camry.
“The traffic jam. Scourge of the 20th century city life. Raiser of blood pressure. Disruptor of supply chains.