Cars You Didn't Know About: the Jerrari

Go on. Look at it. Take a minute to bask in the glory that is the Jerrari. In 1969 this was made for a hotel & casino chain owner by grafting the front end and V12 from a Ferrari 365 onto a Wagoneer. In 1977 another was made by putting the V12 into a standard Wagoneer body. That's the one I'd have. » 7/24/13 5:44pm 7/24/13 5:44pm

Cars You Didn't Know About: The Gucci AMC Hornet

Alternate title: Cars You Don't Want. In 1972 AMC rolled out a new version of its Hornet Sportabout (a wagon with a sloping hatch rather than a traditional tailgate) that had an interior styled by Gucci. It was notable for being one of the first American cars to offer a "designer" trim level. » 7/21/13 11:01pm 7/21/13 11:01pm

Cars You Didn't Know About: Laraki Fulgara and Borak

Morocco is not the first country to pop in your mind in terms of sports car manufacturer, but in 1999, Abdeslam Laraki, a local yacht designer, thought of creating a car company now known as Laraki Automobiles s.a. During its existence until 2008, Laraki, along with former Bugatti technical director Dr. Peter Tutzer,… » 7/17/13 2:13am 7/17/13 2:13am

Cars You Didn't Know About– the Fisker Tramonto

Yes, Fisker made cars before the four door Karma. The time when the company was just a small starting bespoke design firm in Orange County, CA, and was named Fisker Coachbuild. The unique Tramonto, one of the two models ever manufactured by Fisker Coachbuild, shares design cues from the BMW Z8–after all, they were… » 7/09/13 5:00pm 7/09/13 5:00pm

Cars That You Haven't Heard Of: Chrysler/Lamborghini Portofino

Before zee Germans at Audi got their hands on the raging bull, and before Chrysler was bought by everyone and their brother: Chrysler actually bought Lamborghini in 1987. To show where they would be taking the company, and what benifits would come from their new alliance, they (Chrysler) created the Portofino for… » 6/10/13 8:13am 6/10/13 8:13am