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After eight years of cars and fun, Carlustblog is closing on July 7, 2016. We’ve enjoyed exploring the automotive world with you all - thank you again for the wonderful dialog and car images.
Full image here. --Tigerstrypes References: Mangafox
This came across the wires* on my Facebook feed the other day and I was rather tickled by it: Leave It To Beaver: Classic TV star reunited with his classic car There's a video at the link and I've embedded the YouTube version below, as long as it may last.
An irrational fear that I have is that my future daughter (given the family’s track record, it’s gonna be a girl) will inherit her old man’s taste in vintage goodness.
Apply 'The Hero We Need, Not the Hero We Deserve' quote here. --Tigerstrypes References: Mangafox
While making my General Lee post, I went through a number of clips. I wish I could share them all, but this one from 'The Great Santa Claus Chase' episode has some choice metal for sale in the background:
Which one of these beauties would you hazard a trip down to Hazzard for a test drive?
The General Lee in his natural habitat. Picture this: a young kid is at home watching day-time TV during summer break.
Well, we have a delightful assortment of antique cars and trucks today for our 177th Car Spotter's Challenge: See anything interesting?
Let's see... "The third time is a charm," or is it "Strike 3, you're out!"? The final installment of this trilogy is Nissan's competition to their own Sentra SE-R.
Gotta love the Mazda3. But something's just wrong here:
0:14: The reflection in the passenger's side mirror is correct.
0:15: The cop car is now on the right side of the Mazda...
First and foremost, today is Memorial Day in the United States. Let's pause and appreciate the people that have sacrificed all for their and our Country.
We've been revisiting some 80s gems here at CarLust these last couple of weeks, and before we head into the '90s, it feels right to share this period artwork that I've had stashed in my hard drive for some time now.
When the 1986 Taurus hit the market, it turned car styling on its head. Gone instantly were straight line creases and wedgie shapes.
Thank You, Art Fern, aka Johnny Carson, for those hilarious words (More or less). Your Tea Time Movies skits with the great Carol Wayne are both fondly remembered and sadly missed.
It was the early to mid 1980s, and everybody was having fun. But some of us Datsun Nissan fans couldn't afford a 280Z or 300ZX, yet we wanted a sporty ride.
It's that dreaded day that comes around every few months. Triscaidekaphobia at its worst, the day you take extra time to not step on sidewalk cracks, walk under ladders, and keep that rabbit's foot ever so handy.
What all can you see here? Okay, mainly an excuse to provide a link to a series of VW factory photographs from 1953.
Greetings, good citizens of Car Lust. I am proud to announce that we here at Car Lust have finally entered the.
A business trip took me to Toronto last week,... ...giving me an opportunity to sample the automotive world on the other side of the world's longest international border.
Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you a car that clearly belonged to the category of CarLust when I was in 5th-7th grade when others lusted after Dodge Vipers, Ferrari F50s and Lamborghini Diablos; a car that I often drew in class Study Hall and even used as a writing assignment subject; a car that I daydreamed about making radical modifications (ah, blissful youthful mechanical and economic ignorance…) among other things; a car whose name I respect and whose USDM “successor” I rebuke for setting back 37 years such a proud name; a car whose information –it pains me to say- lives up to its name of not being there; the 1997-2002 Mitsubishi Mirage.