Linner Design is proud to announce the debut of the Japanese Classic Cars Coloring Book!
Sadly, like quite a few people on this side of the pond, I wasn’t able to join Fancy Kristen and other motoring enthusiasts in Britain this past week to join in the tweed-colored, brilliant madness that is the Goodwood Revival. I wouldn’t’ve fit in anyway: too many Blipshift shirts, not enough suspenders. But there…
This is the way to do it:
...I ran into awesomeness the wild. Apparently, he has a buddy that came with him:
Always so tempting to sell the GTO and buy a classic DD
About: “The Men’s Arts Council (MAC) created the event in 1990 as a fundraiser for Phoenix Art Museum and this event continues to set the benchmark for excellence. The finest vintage automobiles in the world have graced the scenic highways of Arizona during this annual four day event.
It’s been two years since I purchased this little thing and it’s been a rough and tumble kind of experience, but it’s something I’d never change or take away from myself.
If you haven’t noticed, I am on a bit of a CL hunt. I really miss having the visceral experience that a classic car brings you. No ABS, no T/C, etc. Just you, the car, and the road. As much as I love my GTO, she can become boring sometimes because she is expensive and harder to work on and there is a little disconnect…
I really really want a Series 1 E-Type. But money is a factor to me and unless it’s a piece of rust with a Vin plate on it, I probably can’t afford it. There is an amazing Series 3 for sale from Beverly Hills Car Club. Its the wrong engine (I love the V12, but come one, straight 6!), it’s the wrong color (I want…
As written about on Petrolicious:
Full photo dump maybe today if Kinja decides to cooperate.
I don’t own a Porsche, but thanks to the folks at Dietz Motorcraft and Stuttgart Automotive, I now a piece of one. More on that later, for now I’d like to share some photos, and thoughts with you related to my experience at what I would consider the best kind of automotive community gathering.
I stumbled across this dude’s flickr photostream and it’s got some really, really, really good pics of vintage rally action. Enjoy :)
I left a few hours later, with my repertoire of curse words completely emptied, both in French and in English. And a good load of pictures for you guys! WARNING: can cause weird reactions if you have any inclination towards old and weird cars. Also, pretty long post!
If my dealings in the classic car culture have taught me anything, it’s that I’m not a very brave person. I must be downright finicky when it comes to car safety. When I see this, all I can think of is the scary driver ed videos that I watched in high school, and then consider the cars in those videos were veritable…
You read that right, the era of classic cars is now over.
I have to admit, my last post really seemed to touch a nerve. More than my post about cycling and cars in some ways. However, some of the comments had me wondering (not really much, to be honest) if maybe what I saw were just isolated incidents. Then I went onto a public Facebook group about old British cars.…
I don’t get it. Someone posts a pic of a beautiful woman dressed tastefully with a perfectly restored sports car. Cue the frat boy bro culture comments to be posted: