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You will easy recognize the cars on either end in the picture above, those being the production Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray and Jaguar XKE FHC.
The recent November edition of the Cars & Coffee car show at duPont Registry of St Petersburg, Florida was a great mix of classic beauty and in-your-face exotics.
Every now and again you’ll switch the TV on and, inevitably, the Simpsons is on. On UK channels this usually means a rerun of an episode you’ve seen many, many times ago.
And I’m not talking about that electronic watch in your pocket that allows you to look at the Craigslist auto classified without being tracked by your boss. You need a real calendar – one made of paper and brawn. Like this one!
As 2014 draws to a close, I can look back on my motoring year and safely say that no bad idea was every truly turned away.
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.
We are just two days away from the Winter Solstice, which is of course the shortest day of the year here in the Northern Hemisphere.
Welcome to the Hooniverse Obscure Muscle Car Garage, a regular feature which aims to expand the notion of what a muscle car is, and to see if there is any room for an Italian Saloon Car.
Cars have always been about style, and in the fifties and early sixties that style was often derived from the Jet aircraft that were then the whiz-bang latest and greatest technological advancement, at least here in the U.S..
This 1969 Corvette C3 Coupe was disassembled by Corvette Specialties in Mounds Minnesota as an advertisement for their parts business.
A few weeks ago, my wife and I were walking around town cruising from bar to bar on our own little fall afternoon bar crawl, only we were going from craft brewery to craft brewery sampling the finest this town has to offer.
You know that famous line… “I don’t want to belong to any club, that would have me as a member”. Well, luckily for me then, I can’t afford to be a member of the Classic Car Club of Manhattan but I really wish I could.
What does a truck need? Ample cargo capacity, the ability to take it anywhere and the drivetrain to keep doing so forever complete my list.
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.
This weekend is devoid of live motorsports so catch up with your family or an old friend or a car or an old friend’s car or a lemur.
I once heard this joke: what do you do with party left-overs? You gently help them out the door. Cars, just like people, often don’t know when it’s time to go.
The automobile has long been a resource for communicating one’s deep-felt beliefs, whether those be socially redeeming, or aberrant.
It’s absolutely miserable outside, so what better to do than lock the doors, pour a warm beverage and snuggle up with a pile of nice, easily digestible car brochures from some dim and distant point in the past?
We’re back with more on The Wombat; our 1984 Mercedes-Benz HEMI wagon project car. This time it’s an update on what we have looming in front of us.
Last week, I convinced Jeff and Tim that I should represent Hooniverse at the Performance Racing Industry Show in Indianapolis.