I’m beginning to re-evaluate some of my search parameters. Namely, I think driving comfort on long trips should be more important than engaging-ness.
According to CNET and Cadillac’s boss, my favorite car currently built in America lives to die another day.
Girl, you’re a beautiful animal.
Take the Impala. It’s spacious comfortable decent interior in the top trims. Add the 5.3 V8 355 horsepower (250 kW) and 383 lb.-ft. of torque (519 Nm). Add torque vetoring AWD that is used in Buicks. Darken out the chrome. Nice limited production sleeper for $40,000 that at most 16 people in the total US would buy and…
Spotted on the Facebooks, more here:
Well this is... This is something.
Photos sent to me from my Dad who is currently offroading in Baja California, Mexico. Meanwhile, I’m sitting at a desk all day.
It comes in fully running condition mounted on a small trailer...IIRC these are very rare
2016 was notable for being the 75th anniversary of two of my favorite brands: Jeep and M&Ms.
Apparently this was on display last year at the Detroit auto show. Just randomly stumbled across it. It’s cool that they have a working prototype, I’d love to see some more crazy engines.
Anyone know where I could get my sweaty little paws on a BMW N63B40A? It’s the 4.0L version of the N63 twin turbo V8 used in the 550/650/750/X5/X6 that I think was specific to the chinese market. Does anyone know if it’s even possible to bring one of these into the US? What about just the short stroke crankshaft?
I just heard that our airline is paying the salaries for National Parks Service employees at Martin Luther King historical sites here in Atlanta this weekend. This will allow them to open up to the public. While some will say big business needs to stay out of social issues, I’m a proud employee to hear this.
As previously mentioned, the tip of the exhaust was bent (and unfortunately the bumper slightly) on the 02 during delivery. Since I’m still waiting for the US title and PA tag, I figured that now is a great time to upgrade and install a new muffler. The car’s first stop after I enjoy it for a few weeks will be for…