It’s 1967 1969 and you have three badass muscle cars to choose from.
Here’s the neat things I’ve seen today
As you may have heard, the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox just debuted yesterday. Looks are open for interpretation, but the big news here is clearly the new 1.6L Turbo-diesel engine option that gets up to 40mpg, the first in it’s smaller SUV class.
Everything about this 1935 GM factory chassis promo is perfect.
Boy is it good to be back on Kinja. I’ve been out there getting “paid” to write about “real automotive news”, but that hasn’t been completely satisfying, so here we are, talking about skateboard decks.
I don’t think I have ever seen one of these roaming the streets. These are underappreciated in my opinion (and I drive a FoST).
What a mess, Chevy. I am so disappointed.
Welcome to Generation Gap where we ask you about your favorite generation of a certain multi-generational car nameplate. Then, explain why your choice is right to the rest of us uneducated folks.
Went to do read what's new during my break at work and BAM! The 68 is right there! I emailed in my submission awhile ago and forgot all about it. This made my day!
So I was driving a 2015 Altima but somebody ran a red light and now I am no longer driving an Altima.
The best prevention is always a safer driver, although even then it’s still easy to get caught offguard.
Turns out, 3rd Gen F-bodies are going up in value as well.
I also have some other bad pictures