Building a car is like raising a child. First you smile, you laugh, you cry, you cry some more, and then you get out of emotional rehab. We pour ourselves into our chariots believing it’s all for the better. If someone walks in and simply asks “Why?”, we have no legitimate response other than Because Racecar. The…
50 seconds in and I lost all hope. “420 horsepower 302ci V8, and a SIX SPEED HURST” In a ‘69 Camaro. MMmmmmmmmkay.
For me, it’d have to be the Coda. It’s basically a rebadged Chinese Mitsubishi, with it’s forced induction heart ripped out in exchange for a fairly unimpressive electric drivetrain. Because of that, it’s simple to see why pretty much nobody bought them. Therefore, it makes more sense why I have never seen one with my…
I was driving on Interstate 66 on my way home from work when it happened – the odometer on my 2015 Chevrolet Camaro clicked over and displayed 5,000 miles. Yes, since purchasing my brand-new Camaro 1LS for $16,999 in October, I’ve put approximately 5,000 miles on the car, and in that time I’ve changed.
Pictured: Aaron and me at Laguna Seca
Today, we’re going to a dealership in High Point, NC that has a bunch of old Mercedes, an Avanti II, a Bricklin SV1, and a Rolls-Royce in it’s inventory.
Recently Doug DeMuro posted another Letters to Doug article on Jalopnik entitled, What Do I Do About The Abandoned Porsche 911 In My Parking Garage? That article you can find here:
With bonus Oppo AMG update, rare automobile, interior, thing, overpriced thing, and bought thing. This will probably be my last post of 2015, so see ya next year!
Pretty cool actually. Cost $8 for the car plus $7 for the paint which isn’t too bad. My attempt at making Martini livery didn’t come out very well, but it was still fun to build and paint. Highly recommended.
If you’re reading this you probably have something hot, curvy, and Italian stretched across your desktop (and no, I’m not talking about Monica Bellucci - you pervert). By virtue of you even being here, you must have formed some opinion on the very latest slew of superduperhyper-hybrid cars (it’s the 918, anyone who…
So I scheduled a track day for this Sunday. But I have two problems:
It’s a slow day at work so I thought I would share the car awesomeness that’s stored in my phone.
So I have fell on some hard times and want to unload a collection of around 350 Hot Wheels ranging from 1995 to 2013 still in their blister packs. I’m not trying to sell them on here, but rather want advice on where to reach the best buyers. What is the best channel to reach collectors that want to buy collections?
Just back from the lab. Film makes everything better.
By now, you’ve probably heard that Apple is aiming to have an electric car ready for shipment by 2019, but what they actually plan to create remains a mystery. Here’s a case for why car enthusiasts may actually have something to look forward to from the Silicon Valley tech giant and reasons for why this may not be the…
I’m at war with my apartment door lock. Sometimes the skirmishes are no longer than a few seconds, other times the battles can last minutes.
I am not Michael Roselli, and thus I cannot film or edit a video anywhere near as well as he can. And although his reel of the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro V6’s exhaust note confirms that the car sounds incredible, I’ve got some shocking news: the 2015 Camaro V6 already came with an aurally pleasing exhaust note. Seriously.
8:00 AM sharp, that’s what time the doors opened. 8:17, that’s what time I arrived, and by 8:30 I was already reeling from the amount of gorgeousness that lay before me.
Your mission... if you choose to accept it.
I’m a sucker for a good deal, which is how I find myself holding title to a brand-new 2015 Chevrolet Camaro.