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Full-size version here. Circa 1961. So, see something you like? Which of these are you thinking of bringing home today?
Meanwhile, in a parallel universe... --Tigerstrypes References: Tumblr
So, which color do you want yours? --Tigerstrypes P.S. We can run gifs!! References: http://jalopnik.com/ Gif: gifsoup.com
Jumbo shrimp. Military intelligence. Civil war. Hot station wagon. Oxymorons all? In the past, I have sung the glories of a station wagon precisely once, in that case the 1955-57 Chevy Nomad which I described then as a "beautiful and gloriously dysfunctional car lust ".
In my last post on the Buick Flamingo, I mentioned the Ventiports that were present on the vehicle and suggested the topic was ripe for a Car Lust treatment.
(Originally posted by That Car Guy on April 01, 2010.) Today, building a new car from previously introduced components such as engines, instruments, body, and chassis pieces is nothing unique.
(Originally posted by That Car Guy on June 15, 2009.) Two hilarious monster-themed TV shows, The Addams Family and The Munsters, premiered and expired the same two weeks of the same two years in 1964-1966.
Originally posted by That Car Guy on May 21, 2009.) "Quick, Robin, to the Batpoles!" Whoosh! "Atomic batteries to power...
(Originally posted by That Car Guy on November 10, 2015.) Two hilarious monster-themed TV shows, The Addams Family and The Munsters, premiered and expired the same two weeks of the same two years in 1964-1966.
(Originally posted by Cookie The Dog's Owner on November 13, 2008.) Submitted by John Boyle I am the owner of one of the replica 1914 Stutz Bearcats built for the 1971 TV series Bearcats!
Last week, we lost the greatest automotive customizer of all time. Mr. George Barris (Born George Salapatas) left us on November 5th, just two weeks shy of his 90th birthday.
Here’s a short Carspotters’ Video Challenge for ya. Haven’t done one in a while.
This is an easy one, because the guy recording this is giving away some of the answers, but not all of them.
While I hope I cemented my masculine bona fides earlier with my celebration of the Ultimate Man's Cars, the El Camino and Ranchero, I fear I may be treading on soft ground here by highlighting a car that, well, tickles me pink.
Make sure you read the above in a deep, sonorous voice, with appropriately creepy music playing in the background. As the skies darken and the wind picks up, blowing the dry leaves through many a yard decorated with ghouls, goblins, jack-o-lanterns, and all too many large inflatable decorations, we once again delve into the mysteries of the automotive netherworld to bring you another installment of Great Cars of Death. Florida has its Bermuda Triangle.
If I were to put this year's Nashville British Car Club Show description into a few words, they would be...
Because I’m still pumped over Back To The Future Day, I decided to continue celebrating just a little while longer… Click here to get a closer look.
If you’re a Back To The Future fan and are also good with math, then October 21st might hold a special meaning: It’s the date certain teenagers and eccentric genius scientist come visit the year 2015 in a souped-up time machine sportscar.
The Dodge Viper? So sayeth Jack Baruth over at Road & Track: This is the way the Viper's world could end: not with the bang of obsolescence or defeat at the hands of its megabuck Eurotrash competitors, but with the whimper of a union contract that just happens to close one small-scale manufacturing facility.
Click here for full-size version. Has Detroit, Michigan changed… traffic-wise? --Tigerstrypes References: http://rogerwilkerson.tumblr.com/
I’m curious to know what’s the average waiting time a racer has to endure to make a pass down the track on a good (full) day/night.