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While visiting family in rural northeast Kansas, I happened to park next to what I assumed was a ’77 or ’78 Trans-Am in white…but wait!
“Barn Find” has become a real pain-in-the arse phrase. Stick it in eBay as a search term and you’ll be presented with a list of cars which have never been near a barn in their lives, nor been forgotten about for decades.
Who here is has some cool DIY tricks and could use $500? Like, all of you, right? Through the month of September Valvoline is taking submissions for “Garage Hacks”, basically little tips/tricks that you use to make DIY wrenching go better.
Part of me absolutely hates museums. Line after line of immaculately presented mechanical corpses sit there, mute, waiting without hope of ever seeing action like they did in the days before they were embalmed and roped off with velvet.
Welcome to Thursday Trivia where we offer up a historical automotive trivia question and you try and solve it before seeing the answer after the jump.
Welcome to Hooniverse’s weekly look ahead to who’s racing what and where this weekend. I’ll spare you the details in too much depth, but here are some of who’s racing, but be sure to check after the jump for even more racing: Le Mans comes to Texas!
The Mercedes Benz AMG GT – the marque’s supposed Porsche 911-fighter – debuted last week. Its arrival was somewhat lost in the similar unveilings of the next Mazda Miata and Jaguar’s make-it or break-it XE which are both wildly important introductions for different reasons.
I don’t know about where you live, but here in my neck of the ready-to-spontaneously-combust woods, it’s been pretty freakin’ hot the last few days.
Here’s a bit of 24 Hours of LeMons trivia (because everyone loves that): Carolina Motorsports Park has hosted 13 LeMons races, more than any other track.
Hooniverse Associate Editor Jason Connor has a pretty rad machine in the form of his mountune Ford Focus ST.
Chris, Blake, and myself are all back in the same room for the first time in weeks. Blake has been off checking out the new ND Miata, and I was running wild down in Baja to test a brand-new BFGoodrich KO2 tire.
Welcome to Craigslist Crapshoot, our weekly search for the most bizarre, awesome, and/or terrible vehicles that the online classifieds has to offer. Little Twelve Toes was one of my favorite episodes of School House Rock, because it was both funky and creepy, what with an alien that had twelve digi
Nearly everyone in this business remembers their first presser with fondness, be it ever so humble. A Fit, a Corolla, a Dodge Neon with crank windows – it doesn’t matter what it was, just that you finally had the opportunity to write something useful or incisive or interesting.
When it comes to the typical sedan, unless it is really small – like 30-clown small – it more than likely has belts for three in the back seat.
Todd McLellan takes beautiful photographs of motorcycles. This image is a from a series taken both in side view and, as seen above, from top-down.
Unfortunately for me, I’m resigned to believe that a solid-axle, rear-wheel-drive Detroit V8 powered car can only be so bad.
A good friend, Mikko, decided before this summer that what he needed in his life, along with American cars in various states of functionality, was a fast bike.
A visit to England’s National Motoring Museum is something that, until last weekend, I’m ashamed to say I’ve never got around to doing.
Yours truly, fellow Hoon Eric Rood and Murilee Martin aka Judge Phil spent the weekend sweating our undersides off dispensing justice at the World Record Setting* Vodden The Hell are We Doing 24 Hours of LeMons at Thunderhill Raceway, which means I’ve got LeMons on the brain.
The massed ranks of visitors to the annual International Autojumble at Beaulieu Motor Museum includes folk from every possible different background, and this point is not lost on the exhibitors.