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Last Call- I Wouldn’t Steer You Wrong Edition

March 15th marks the date of the 20th annual Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance, and this year the show will be highlighting “Cars of the Cowboys.” That will include Leo Carrillo’s famous Steer Car, a 1948 Chrysler Town and Country convertible with a longhorn head mounted between the headlights.

The Heritage Cars Of BF Goodrich

Thanks to BF Goodrich, I am in Phoenix, AZ to test out the new Comp 2 All Season tire (don’t worry, a full review will be coming shortly).

Those Little Flourishes That Make You Go “Mmmmmm”.

I’m as guilty as everybody else. We all coo and wow over every new shiny projectile that shows up in Hooniverse News.

JuggaLambo: A short tribute to the Pontiac Grand Prix GTP

  This is the 1997-2003 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP. It features a supercharged V6, a heads-up display, a gimmicky car information center, a CD player with seven-band equalizer, five-spoke alloy wheels, a trunklid spoiler, so much body cladding, weird lines, acceptable crash test ratings (Take that, Grand Am!

2016 Honda Civic Type R Is FWD Destroyer Of The ‘Ring

Front wheel drive is boring… it is, right? The actual answer depends on the car you’re driving. My Honda Civic Si was a blast to drive, and our own Kamil Kaluski is pumped to get his Integra on the road.

Track Tuesday- Name That Track

Welcome to Track Tuesday where you are asked to identify a (maybe) famous race course from just one closely-cropped aerial image.

Other Eastern Bloc Cars Living and Dying in Poland

Welcome to another edition of some-weird-cars-that-are-living-and-dying-in-Poland. As always big thanks go out to and all the readers of that very weird interesting website.

24 Hours of LeMons Races to be Live-Streamed on RaceCast!

Starting with Sears Pointless on March 21-22nd, you’ll be able to follow race timing and a number of live feeds for 24 Hours of LeMons races, courtesy of RaceCast from RacerConnect.

Hooniverse Asks- Acknowledging Edsel, What Tainted Car Name Will Never Again be Used?

Does your family have a member so disreputable that no one even dares speak their name? That’s usually the case and it took me a while to figure out that the reason I didn’t know that individual’s ID in my family was because it was me.

Last Call- Beat Up Beetles Edition

I know that the smooshed Volkswagens are the focus of your attention in this old-school image. Or perhaps, it’s the Michelin Man on the Transporter’s grille.

1959 BMW 600: “The Limousine”

So awhiles back this olelongrooffan was up in the City of Palms and spotted something previously heard of and only seen in pictures.

Hooniverse Concept Clinic: Proposal #5

Welcome to the series which aims to give our poor old international automotive industry the helping hand it so desperately needs.

Remember To Drive

Deep in the heart of central Texas, it’s twenty nine degrees. I’m hungover, waking with a half-eaten McDonald’s burger laying next to me.

Hoonivercinema- Monday Movie Trailer

Everybody loves an anti-hero, the character that plays by their own rules and doesn’t take you-can’t-do-that for an answer.

Forgotten Racetracks: The Eloy Grand Prix

Hooniverse has written about several old temporary racetracks used by club racers when prepared racetracks were somewhat scarce: Brynfan Tyddyn, Las Ochas Millas, Callender Field, and Lake Garnett.

Encyclopedia Hoonatica: Factory Side Pipes

Side pipes were, at their genesis, an imperfect solution to a vexing problem. In many compact, low-slung vehicles with big engines (in other words, racing cars) there is often nowhere for those big, hot exhaust pipes to go under the floorboards, and thus they must be routed around the side ...

Hooniverse Asks- Have All-Electric Cars Reached a Critical Mass of Acceptance?

Electric cars have been around since the dawn of the automotive age. Back in the early days, electric cars – owing to their relative ease of use and demeanor – were marketed as cars for the ladies.

Last Call: The Final Frontier

“Loss of life is to be mourned, but only if the life was wasted.” – Spock …his certainly wasn’t. Tweet

Vanity Plates Are Cool, Right?

Vanity tags are an interesting facet of car culture and individualism. I’ve seen a bunch of really lame ones, but here’s a collection of the few that have been worth taking a picture.

1981 AMC Spirit: A Real IMSA Race Car for Two Grand

A piece of SCCA and IMSA racing history is ready for new ownership. Casual AMC fans know about the Javelins that Penske Racing raced in IMSA with that iconic red, white and blue livery, but 10 years later, AMC supported teams with AMC Spirits to compete in the series.