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So, what makes an Aston Martin? Well, it needs to be powerful, of course. Something like a V12 with 554hp would be great.
When you’ve got a couple of hundred classic cars, many of which are historically significant, some of which are utterly priceless, you have to be careful.
It’s the greatest show on Earth, probably. As I type this a gentleman has just lightly crashed a Porsche 917 Pan Am, causing very mild cosmetic damage to the venerable, vulnerable aluminium panelwork, probably causing more, altogether uglier, damage to his underpants in the process.
GM introduced the Saturn brand in 1985 as their way of proving that they could go toe to toe with the Japanese when it came to profitably building a desirable small car.
It has been long rumored that NASCAR, absent since Forza Motorsport 4 on the 360, would be making it’s return.
This short and sweet edition of V.I.S.I.T. is an all-skate, a look at several cars that all of us can enjoy in some way.
Welcome to the Hooniverse News! As always, this is a weekly recap of some of the biggest stories in the automotive industry without the fluff or bull.
Today is very special for me. You see, it was on this day in 1314 that Robert the Bruce, leading a buttload of angry Scots, beat the tar out of England’s Edward II at the Battle of Bannockburn.
James Mackintosh of the Top Dead Centered podcast joins us to chat about stuff for a while. James is a mechanic by trade, and brings an interesting perspective to the podcast, sadly we don’t really let him talk much this week.
It once was the case that you knew cars by their nationality and most brands were wholly owned in the country of their origin.
If you’re going on a Surfin’ Safari and want to bring the whole crew, nothing beats a Ford XM Falcon.
The day’s work is over, but I find myself circling the subject, simultaneously admiring its new condition and brainstorming the next billion steps in the project.
Juvenile Blue Herons are picking snails from the infield. Annoyed by my approach, they wait until I am too close before they lazily take flight.
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.
Mark Higgins may be credited with some of the most thrilling driving sequences of the last pair of Bond films, but he’s far more than just a stunt driver.
Think about the measure of automotive performance that is most important to you. What is it? Zero to sixty time?
So we’ve been going through a little heat wave here in LA… Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day. It’s meant to be an open forum for anyone and anything.
Every year, some of the most high tech automobiles in the world contest the Circuit de la Sarthe for 24 hours in the most grueling race on Earth.
For your Wagon Wendesday enjoyment, I present you the venerable Saturn SW. If there was ever a car with all kinds of possibilities, it’s a Saturn wagon.
A few weeks ago, my wife and needed to get from our fair city to MCI, and we decided to rent a car for the 200-mile trip.