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The caption for this photo is ’1932 – Driving Across the River Pudding.’ Situated 120 feet above the river, near Barlow Oregon, sits a trio of steel cables, able to support not only a car – I think that’s a Dodge – but also a trio of bathing beauties on a safe journey from bank to bank.
While scheming about my own Wagoneer, my escalations of “if you’re going to fix ______, you might as well upgrade to ______” often end with the idea of transplanting the majority of a modern 4×4 into/under it.
Having evolved from farm truck to its current heavy duty hardware, there’s no denying Unimog’s place as the ne plus ultra of 4x4s.
Welcome to Hooniverse’s weekly look ahead to who’s racing what and where this weekend. I got a little long-winded in some of the descriptions, but people don’t really get upset with me writing too much, do they?
As a California resident and total Jeep fanboy, the FJ40-series Land Cruisers don’t set my heart aflutter the way they do those from saltier, less sunny climates.
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.
On April 17th, 1964 the Ford Motor Company introduced what would eventually become one of their most emblematic products, as well as a car that would serve to define an entire genre of automobiles.
Consider the Bermuda Triangle, the Black Hole of Calcutta, and the parking lot at Tennessee home furnishings retailer Smart Furniture as doors to another dimension.
Click here to view the embedded video. Slow motion and motorsports go together quite well. They compliment each other in a manner that makes for easy and repeated viewing.
Monterey car week has come and gone, and in that whirlwind half-dozen days, some of the worlds coolest cars assembled on the Californian peninsula for all to enjoy.
Zach Bowman is in town ahead of the Monterey Car Week… which took place last week. These podcasts aren’t live, so, you know.
Welcome to Craigslist Crapshoot, our weekly search for the most bizarre, awesome, and/or terrible vehicles that the online classifieds has to offer. You’re probably familiar with the concept of the ‘black sheep’ of the family.
Hopefully, you have not yet grown weary of our ongoing coverage of the Silverstone Classic. If you have, perhaps this final installment will rekindle your interest.
If I were to ask you to name the world’s most well-known and emblematic V8, your most likely response would be: Tatra’s aluminum 2,545-cc T603F.
If you’re going to go slow, you might as well have a good time when doing so. Truth be told, Harley (not Hardly) Davidson once produced a series of step-through Scooters- the Topper line in the sixties.
So this weekend up at my old stomping grounds, more commonly known at the Daytona International Speedway, the France family is hosting the inaugural Red Bull Rally Cross race at that venue.
What would a classic auto racing event be without representation from Italy? It would sorely lacking, that’s what.
That there is no mere Maserati Biturbo. It’s a maxi version called the 228. The execs at Maserati, in their infinite wisdom, built 469 of these between 1987 and 1991 to compete with the likes of the Mercedes 300CE, BMW 635CSi, and the Bertone Volvo 780.
Did you know you could buy a brand-new old bike? I don’t mean like a modern bike that’s been designed to look old, or, like Triumph a venerable nameplate affixed to fully modern technology.
Bikes You Should Know appears weekly as part of Two Wheel Tuesdays. Since Hooniverse primarily caters to automotive enthusiasts, this column focuses on historically or culturally significant motorcycles that are likely to interest a non-riding audience.