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Rather than take a week off, I decided to fire up the podcast-er-ator machine, plop on my couch, open a beer, and start rambling.
Here in the Hooniverse, we love dirty hands, tools that are actually used, and project vehicles that are both a point of pride and a point of frustration.
Welcome to Craigslist Crapshoot, our weekly search for the most bizarre, awesome, and/or terrible vehicles that the online classifieds has to offer. What’s your favorite kind of music?
When 24 Hours of LeMons madman Jeff Bloch—better known as Speedycop to most Hoons—created a twisted mashup from a derelict Cessna 310 and a Toyota R-Series/Ace/Space Cruiser van and took the newly christened Spirit of LeMons racing at Carolina Motorsports Park in March 2013, he won the coveted Index
Nineteen ninety four was an amazing year. We were in-between Iraq wars, free AOL CDs littered the nation, and Mazda blessed us with both the Miata AND the RX7.
For one year, a certain manufacturer decided to place the model year in script on the dashboard. That year was – as you can see above – nineteen fifty six, but what was the car?
A couple weeks back I started what was supposed to be a trio of posts about The Best Guy on Craigslist with a quartet of Imperials and a pile of big-engine Caddies, but before the third post could run all of his ads disappeared.
My coverage of the Beaulieu Autojumble left me with so many millions of hastily shit shot images that filleting them into sensible portions for visual consumption has been a major, and long winded undertaking.
So you’re turning the big Four-Oh, and you’re itching to go on an adventure. Cross country road trips are adventures, right?
Last weekend I was re-watching the Tom Cruise legal thriller The Firm, and when it got to the part where Cruise’s character had to hide out at the Mississippi River Museum on Mud Island (actually a peninsula) there was something about the Park’s monorail cars that struck me as familiar.
Bikes You Should Know appears weekly as part of Two Wheel Tuesdays. Since Hooniverse primarily caters to automotive enthusiasts, this column focuses on historically or culturally significant motorcycles that are likely to interest a non-riding audience.
Welcome to the Hooniverse Classic Captions Post, and it’s that time of the week in which this feature appears, so let’s review the premise; I search for images that were used by the car companies in their print advertising or brochures, and it is your job to provide a humorous ...
These days, pretty much no matter where you call home, government regulations dictate what you can drive on the public roads.
There might be nothing funny about the limited amount of vacation time we all get, but should you actually be able to get away, how cool would it be to do so in this clown-esque Bedford CA Dormobile?
So as this olelongrooffan mentioned last week, my buddy TheKenMan and I did the trifecta of car show goodness one day last winter and ended up at the Antique Automobile Club of America’s Naples/Marco Island chapter’s annual car show at the Naples depot.
A Gran Turismo (or for us English speakers, “Grand Touring”) car is a specific type of automobile, defined by Collins English Dictionary as “a high-performance luxury sports car with a hard fixed roof, designed for covering long distances.” But that narrow definition has never stopped automotive man
[Disclaimer: The 24 Hours of LeMons secured flight and hotel accommodations for the author and paid him a princely sum for his service as a member of the LeMons Supreme Court.] It’s taken more than two weeks for the sweat and stink of two days in northern California’s scorching oven (also ...
Is there another actor – either living or dead – who is more closely associated with cars and motorcycles than Steve McQueen?
On the East coast of Canada, the weather is cold and the people are warm. It’s a place like nowhere else on earth: Maritimers have their own language, expressions, traditions, and values.
Have you ever heard the phrase, can’t leave well enough alone? That’s an aphorism that’s especially applicable to cars and trucks as oftentimes their makers take a good thing and screw it up.