Very nice Quattroporte GTS to start things off.
Good evening Oppo,
1965 Chevy Corvair Monza sedan for $800! And it runs! Link here. It’s also a manual! I already have plans for it in my head. I’d love to have an old classic, and something as unique as a rear engined Chevy sedan would be awesome.
It’s that time of the week again (or time of the month, these things happen every week but I usually keep it to a monthly thing), time to bring up the Cars and Coffee photos. I suffered through sweltering 95+ degree weather in a black Corvette shirt, wiping sweat from my brow every five seconds to bring you the best…
On April, 2016 the Chihuahua Rally Express turned 11 years old and, for the first time in my six years as spectator, I had the opportunity to experience the event from up close. This is what happened:
#1: This GT-R Track Edition that was sharing the hotel parking lot with us. Had Missouri temporary tags on it, and I guess the owner was driving home and made a stop here.
$kaybait ahead!!! Here are some cars I found on the road and at a local church car show!
After work Monday I went to a town called Pontiac, IL to play a round of disc golf as its a cheap way to pass the time instead of sitting in the hotel.
It was an interesting turnout today. Some various interesting things from all walks of automotive life. Here are some highlights.
As candidates for the presidency of the United States, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and Bernie Sanders are in the middle of a race. But what if they were each partaking in motorsport races instead? Which race would each candidate be best at?
Transformers: The Last Knight just kicked off production, and the social media promotion has already been in full swing. Michael Bay just took to Twitter to show off the latest incarnation of Bumblebee.
Probably a bit late, but here are my thoughts on the first episode of Top Gear Season 23:
So I was watching a certain 1964 film (bonus points to those who can guess it correctly from the pic above) and I realized all (well, most) of the character were driving 2-doors, when their modern equivalents would be driving 4-doors. This got me thinking... what caused the demise of the “respectable” coupe?
I saw this commuting home yesterday, it was a flying down the highway looking extremely elegant. It was easily doing 15+ the speed limit, as I desperately retired to get close enough to see it better but couldn't.
Saw this in the parking lot of a movie theater before my dad and I saw Civil War; a 1950s Mercedes Benz 300 in impeccable condition. It looked fantastic. Spotted it across the street. :).
On vacation in Fort Myers, Florida, seeing some cool cars here. Took pics to share, enjoy.
At a off-the-beaten path dealership... I guess? It was a building that sold cars really. It’s a ‘91 MR2, which the vin says has a 2.2L engine (the guy said 1.8, so I’m hoping it wasn’t a swap and that he was wrong) mated to a 5-speed manual.
It’s been price dropped a second time, now it’s $5995. MrsZtp says no though. Which is a bummer because I really like this car. Hopefully the price keeps dropping so it'll be more feasible, and then a miracle for MrsZtp to say yes to it.
I really love the ‘80s Camaro body style, and I saw this ‘86 with the 5.0 v8 being sold. Unfortunately it’s being sold for $7995, which is more that I bought my Grand Prix for. Still, it looks really clean.
Unfortunately they were all priced above $23k. Still, they look fantastic.