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While browsing the comments’ section on a Jalopnik post, the pic below grabbed my eye. While a certain black wedge is without a doubt CarLust material, let’s take a look at the contemporary machinery that makes said wedge stand out.
This week we bring your attention to a photo essay by Vanessa, also known as Nessy, the proprietress of Messy Nessy Chic.
On Monday I posted a photo of a couple of old pickup trucks as something of a little mystery for Car Lust readers to solve: So here's the answer to the mystery: Those are the two trucks from the Twilight Saga series of books and movies!
Remember when you were a teenager and you developed various crushes on certain celebrities? Teen girls had their Davy Jones's, David Cassidys, Leif Garretts, Rob Lowes, and James Van Der Beeks (pick yer decade, ladies), while we young men had our Farrah Fawcetts, Catherine Bachs, Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders, Britney Spears'ss's, Kate Uptons, and Lamborghini Countachs (hey, we're a little geeky, okay?
We get the Halloween season going with a little mystery for Car Lust readers: Any guesses as to the what, where, significance, etc?
Some weeks ago, a record-breaking, series-long marathon of The Simpsons was given on FXX. And earlier this year, but stumbled upon earlier this month (September), Jalopnik raided The Simpsons’ Internet Movie Cars DataBase webpage to form a guide to every real car used in said TV show.
I’ve wanted to tear into this commercial from the moment I saw it. I chose the longer version for further dismemberment.
We've sort of done one of these Carspotters' Challenges before. But I saw so many especially Lust-Worthy cars here, I thought...
Miller Motorcars There is an elegant structure in upscale Greenwich, Connecticut. It's something of a stately 2-story Tudor with large picture windows, and graces Putnam Avenue with style.
As we all know, every car publication, blog, and TV car show has produced its choices of the "10 Worst Cars Of All Time." And many cars, such as the Chevy Vega, the Pontiac Aztek, and the AMC Pacer, have shown up on virtually every 10 Worst Cars List ever done.
As Tigerstrypes' recent post emphasized, Kia has made a stealth ascent within the US auto market, moving from punchline to serious contender in the space of a generation.
Over at Top Gear -- that poor stepsister to Car Lust -- James May had a 3-episode series on Cars of the People (which, you know, we've been highlighting FOR YEARS).
Probably the most truthful automotive slogan I’ve read. Like Mitsubishi’s 30th Anniversary and Scion’s 10th Anniversary, I was caught off-guard by Kia turning 20 in the American market, hadn’t it been for a news snippet on the local classifieds.
While looking for a 1970s reference of businessmen apparel, the search engine of choice gave me this pic as a result.
As always, this is the place to talk about anything you want to talk about. For your amusement and edification, may I present a vintage non-digital gasoline pump, encountered (and refuelled from) a week ago in the bustling (not really) metropolis (not quite) of Sulphur, Indiana, where it is still in service.
Just like the first post, lists of all of his gadgets, websites and blogs have been made and books have been written about the making of K.I.T.T., the stunts and how they were made, so I’ll try to keep those details to a minimum, too.
2012 marked the 30th anniversary of many things. This date took me by surprise when I found out that movies like Tron and The Last Unicorn (both Jeff Bridges flicks.
The air show is an annual event held in early August. The 1977 edition featured performances by the Royal Jordanian Falcons and the USAF Thunderbirds.
This past weekend, my son Alex moved in to the dormitory to start his academic career at the University of Evansville.
Recently while perusing Youtube, I ran across this vintage toy car ad. And at my (Soon to be) ripe old age, I can honestly say that I totally remember when it was first shown:
I've got to say that I wanted one of those sets back then and to be honest, I wouldn't mind having one now.