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If you are the least bit interested in classic Japanese cars, then I’m sure you’ll be quite familiar with Rocky Auto – the workshop responsible for building some of the world’s coolest Skylines, Fairlady Zs and other old school JDM machinery.
On any other morning, you’d find nondescript local traffic slowly negotiating the roundabout below, as people go about their daily business.
Do you ever stop and think about just how good today’s cars have become? They are better than they’ve ever been, and it doesn’t matter which brand you are talking about.
There were some pretty exciting reveals at last week’s Los Angeles Auto Show including the forthcoming Shelby GT350 Mustang and brand new Volkswagen Golf R Wagon.
You know what? I’m happy. I’m happy because I’m finally seeing some pretty awesome driver’s cars come out of the US.
The history of time attack in the United States has been a fascinating one. It was right around a decade ago when this Japanese form of motorsport first landed on American shores as way for tuners and sport compact builders to prove themselves on a level playing field.
Trying to pick out cars worthy of Spotlights at this year’s Classic Motor Show led to a list that was just a bit silly long.
When it comes to the world of cars, what is the most satisfying thing you can do? Finally buying your dream car after years of saving?
When we put out the word that we were looking to showcase some examples of cool fabrication and metal work, there was no way we could’ve been prepared for the extreme level of awesomeness we were about to receive in our inbox.
I often think about the way the automobile has evolved in the last 100-plus years, and the way that mass production has distilled its essence and turned it into nothing more than just another appliance.
I remember the moment well. The pressure was creeping in as I stared at the bone stock FR-S that had just been delivered to my house.
Let’s for a moment rewind the clock back to the Paris Auto Show two years ago, when one car seemed to steal the show thanks especially to it’s wild looks and execution: the Sbarro Eight.
Hi fellow Speedhunters! My name is Tyler Richardson, I’m 22 years old and I’m from a small town in New Zealand called Hamilton.
Dear Mr. Block, We regret to inform you of some terrible news: You’ve been replaced. That throne upon which you once sat, the one marked King of Hooning?
Working on your own can often be tiring, painful and underpaid. Nobody is there to make sure the workshop is warm in the morning, or that the lights get turned off at night. If you get ill, you don’t get paid.
The experience of driving your own pride and joy, of driving at speed and using the car to its full potential is an amazing thing, but it’s only a part of why we do what we do, isn’t it?
Hello Speedhunting friends. As promised, here’s the next installment of our Kleers Golf build story – and I have so much to tell you since my first post.
What is a classic car exactly? The term can have a very vague definition, and one that as I attend more and more shows and events becomes wider still in a wholly positive and embracing way.
Along with the new Shelby GT350 Mustang that surfaced a couple of days ago, the LA Auto Show is seeing the debut of a host of other new performance cars this week – including the world premier of the new Volkswagen Golf R Wagon.
The Irwindale Final Fight was an incredible end to the 2014 Formula Drift Championship – perhaps the best season ender yet.