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I have to tell you, I am not a fan of the traditional limo. A stretched Town Car or Caddy just doesn’t do it for me.
When I first bought Mokoto last year I didn’t actually know what kind of Miata I was buying for $2300.
This is the face of the 2018 Ford Mustang. The whole internet car world seems to have an opinion about it.
Much like the BMW M235iR, this Ford Focus rally car looks equally great without graphics and sponsor stickers.
This week, Pete, Garrett, and Eric start off talking about cars before discussing the demise of Victory, Triumph’s new Street Triples, the kerfuffle over the Hooniverse Car of the Year winner, along with your questions about long trips and bad engineering.
Welcome to Track Tuesday where you are asked to identify a (maybe) famous race or test track from just one closely-cropped aerial image.
In the Universe’s grand schematic, there’s probably a proof that says “You shouldn’t have been looking for crap in the first place” “What you seek only turns up after you have given up looking.” For more than a year, I was obsessed with finding a Renault or Eagle Medallion because ...
Well, I have to say that this year’s Detroit Auto Show, more grandiosely known as the North American International Auto Show was a little light on the excitement this year.
Here we have a 1948 Case tractor that has been fitted with a very clever 1947 Ford F1 pickup disguise.
455 Cubic Inches. Oldsmobile V8 power. In a boat which displaces so little it’s practically on the plane when it’s not moving.
In my younger days when I was in bands and followed music more closely, it wouldn’t have taken me six months to notice that Icelandic ambient band Sigur Rós had released a concept recording of sorts.
There was a minimal amount of racing this weekend, but the season is just about to crank out to full power shortly.
Do you remember the Last Call from this past Friday? It was a Hemi-powered old school dragster with an auxiliary engine powering its roots-type supercharger.
Toyota was never sure what to call its forward control van in North America. Rejecting the TownAce name it wore in other markets, it was referred to simply by the unimaginative and generic “Toyota Van.” The lack of a real model name was actually quite fitting.
When I was but a lad I had the hots to own a sports car. My ride at the time was a Corvair 500 Turtletop four-door and while an excellent conversation starter, it was about as far from a sporting ride as one could get.
Take a look at this setup and tell me if you were able to immediately determine what exactly is going on here.
Did you miss The DFL Show this week? Do you have Forza Horizon 3? Would you like to play said Forza with me to make up for the lack of an episode this week?
My new career as a teacher means my schedule is at the mercy of the district and the local weatherman.
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.
You know what, I think Fiat-Chrysler—or whatever it is they’re calling themselves these days—should start prepping for the reintroduction of the Eagle Vision in three years.