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Great Cars of Song Books (and Radio and TV and Film and. . .): The Ford Prefect.

This post could also be subtitled "Cultural References You Completely Missed For Literally Decades". For those not much into British humour, I am referring to "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" by Douglas Adams.

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Carspotters’ Challenge #166: Chinatown, 1961

What would you recommend to check out at Chinatown?   --Tigerstrypes   References: Tumblr

January 25 Open Thread: "It's Snow Time!"

Wow, feet of snow in New England, and several inches in the South. My bud in Gainesville, Florida, said they got flurries!

1973: It Was A Very Good Year... For A While

▲ Please look up at our masthead. That yellow Chevy Vega GT (Or rather, what's left of it) is a 1973 model.

January 18 Weekly Open Thread: Surf Edition

No, not driving your Woody down to the beach with a couple of sticks on top for a day of catchin' waves.

Carspotter's Challenge #165: Xtreme Motorsports, 1924

A curious find from my wife's ancestral photo albums. The license plates all read "Ohio 1924," so we can date the photo to the warm weather months of that particular year, but we have no idea who took the picture, exactly where in Ohio it was taken, or what the connection is to my wife's family (if there even is one).

Automobiles of Interest

You are being watched.... John Reese (Jim Caviezel) is a former CIA assassin living homeless on the streets of New York City, drinking heavily and contemplating suicide after being betrayed by his employer and suffering a devastating personal loss.

Carspotters’ Challenge #164: Spot the Car That Moves, Stops, Turns, etc.

While you're carspotting, spot the German car in which this ad picture was used for. Answer after the break.

January 4 (2016!!!) Weekly Open Thread: Economics Edition

A couple of items that crossed the Car Lust desk over the long New Year's weekend, both involving perennial Car Lust favorites.  First up is the 1986 Merkur XR4Ti Pace Car that is up for sale.

Carspotters' Challenge #163: Great Uncle Homer's Ride

My wife recently came into a collection of old photographic negatives that belonged to her Uncle Bud and Aunt Ora.

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"You're not going to believe what I saw in the store today." I'm sure some much better quotes come to mind!

December 28 Weekly Open Thread: "Battle of the 1970s Super Cars," live action edition

Submitted for your amusement, a clip from the delightful German police fantasy Alarm fur Cobra 11: die Autobahnpolizei, in which our hero Komissar Semir Gerkhan (Erdogan Atalay) drives a BMW M-1 in pursuit of a Porsche 917 endurance racer like the one Steve McQueen drove in Le Mans.

December 21 Weekly Open Thread: Fakery Edition

I suppose this could also work as a Carspotters' Challenge, but I also thought it would be interesting as an exercise in historical reconstruction.

Carspotters’ Challenge #162: Should've Gone To Pasadena

It's in California, that much I know. Click here for full size.   --Tigerstrypes   References:

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Initial D Fujiwara Tofu Shop Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT-APEX

We’ve talked, albeit very briefly, a couple of years back, on the chassis-code AE86 Toyota Corolla platform, so why is this one any different?

Initial D: A Love Story

Have you ever had something (not someone) that has been part of a surprisingly good chunk of your life, for better or worse?

Happy 50th Anniversary, Charlie Brown! (But wait! There's More!)

Christmas trees. Egg nog. Festive lights.  Chestnuts roasting on an open fire. Santa Claus and ho-ho-ho, and mistletoe and presents to pretty girls.

Carspotters’ Challenge #161: The Cars Are OK

Full-size version here. Circa 1961. So, see something you like? Which of these are you thinking of bringing home today?