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I have come to the realization that my knowledge of tire brands and models is sorely lacking. It’s also dawned on me that the idea of other companies jumping on the Apple i-something bandwagon is getting seriously tiring.
Welcome to Craigslist Crapshoot, our weekly search for the most bizarre, awesome, and/or terrible vehicles that the online classifieds has to offer.
Okay, so this happened to a work friend of my wife’s years ago when she was cashiering at a grocery store.
Two wheeling with a best friend is great, doing so with a best friend that can engage attacking enemy biplanes is even better.
Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing have been enjoying an “innovation partnership” for the last few years, and quite frankly, so have we.
Welcome to Track Tuesday where you are asked to identify a (maybe) famous race or test track from just one closely-cropped aerial image.
Despite the lede image, we only say a couple of words about the Alpha BMW …but it was too cool a shot not to include!
The badge on the boot lid of the 1962-70 Iso Rivolta IR300/340 is, like every other aspect of the car, a thing of beauty.
There’s only one acceptable explanation for having bought an old Range Rover… Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day. It’s meant to be an open forum for anyone and anything.
On Friday I was forced to walk some two hundred yards when our venerable Peugeot 306 threw up a variety of warning lights on the dashboard, accompanied by a loss of power.
The Maxton Rollerskate was the brainchild of Bob Sutherland, the owner of a chain of lumber yards in Colorado, and organizer of the Colorado Grand vintage road rally.
Five cylinder engines were once an oddity. Over the last quarter of the Twentieth century, they became fairly common, especially in European cars.
First off, let me apologize for the image of Robert Matthew Van Winkle up there. I know that may trigger some musical PTSDs for some people.
I don’t know about you, but the last thing I want to hear my pilot say over the intercom is “weeeeeeeee!
Taking time out from investigating the strange goings on with my wife’s venerable Peugeot 306, I found myself thinking back to other celebrated cars from the life of the Lion that goes from strength to strength.
It’s a theoretical that, as an enthusiast, is among the most fun things to ponder: one-hundred thousand dollars magically appear in your bank account, and the car fairy says you have to spend it all on cars and car-related activities.
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.
As if Friday wasn’t already awesome enough, here comes this week’s fantastic fun-time closer, the Mystery Car contest.
This week on C&T, Jason is off enjoying Valentines day with his wife while Cam and Brad hang out with Matt Adair.
British manufacturer McLaren has gained a reputation as an auteur of the sports car realm. In less than a decade’s time they have transitioned from a one hit wonder—the amazing and now legendary F1—to a maker of a small line of cars that are held in the same regard as ...