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Described as "Parked automobiles crowd Nantasket Beach in Hull, Massachusetts, ca. 1920s". Let's see, there's a black Ford.
Part of the tragedy of import cars of the ‘00s is that more likely than not, they’ll be associated to the infamous Fast & Furious franchise.
With the introduction outta the way, let’s begin listing the (probably) lust-worthy vehicles of the 00’s.
Originally posted by Chris Hafner on Feb. 8, 2008. As we ponder the automotive landscape of the 00's, this is the.
Look at them. So cool and clean, they could be fueled with Frappuccino. This is a grey and silver powerbook world of discreet sculpture, subtle art-deco-like fittings and cascading brushed aluminium.
Keeping things animated, Here we have yet another Simpson’s-themed Carspotters’ Challenge. The title has less to do with the actual Oscars and more to do with the episode the pic comes from… well, according to my research.
If you’re convinced that after watching the 2015 Cadillac Escalade commercial that all of their commercials in recent memory are underwhelming, or that they’re not as fun as they used to be, this one might prove that it’s not entirely so.
There’s a reason why I was hard on the 2015 Cadillac Escalade commercial: I like Cadillacs. And I like some of their commercials.
What do we know about Vauxhall? We know they’re part of GM and that they sell rebadged Opels as well as Holdens/Isuzus/Suzukis, etc., depending on which model we’re talking.
Most are gone now, but a tradition in the 1950s, '60s, and '70s was the drive-in theater. Usually on warm summer weekend nights, these places were full of cars, people, and delicious food served right there on the premises.
"Hey, I have a hot rod with a blueprinted engine!" Many of us have heard somebody say that, then we nod our heads in agreement.
I guess it should not be a surprise that I picked this microbial minicar, since about anything you do to a GM T-Body will improve it anyway.
As my Quantum Leap scenario, I have chosen -- perhaps not surprisingly -- the Mustang II. The main reason, of course, is that I'm rather intimately familiar with the model, its strengths, foibles, shortcomings, etc.
This thread may or may not be in the process of being written by me. Or it may be someone else who is using my body temporarily to write -- or rewrite -- the whole thing in order to achieve a certain result. WE'LL NEVER KNOW FOR SURE.
I guess this Carspotters' Challenge fits in with this week's Birth Year Fantasy Garage Challenge. After all, these beauties of yore were then and are now treasures to behold.
While I don’t see a certain ’39 Plymouth, there’s still plenty of other machinery of different years in this commute, happening one state south of said Plymouth's owner's whereabouts.
A bit of a digression from our usual fare for this post. Over the last couple of years I've developed a bit of a hobby with old diaries.
Birth Year Fantasy Garage--Introduction Birth Year Fantasy Garage--Cookie the Dog's Owner (1961) Birth Year Fantasy Garage--Tigerstrypes (1989) Birth Year Fantasy Garage--Anthony Cagle (1962) Birth Year Fantasy Garage--Chris Hafner (1976) 1974 was a great year.
Ladies and gentlemen, I declare this The Perfect Car: the 1968-73 Ferrari Daytona. Technically, yes, it's the Ferrari 365 GTB/4.
Birth Year Fantasy Garage--Introduction Birth Year Fantasy Garage--Cookie the Dog's Owner (1961) Birth Year Fantasy Garage--Tigerstrypes (1989) Birth Year Fantasy Garage--Anthony Cagle (1962) Birth Year Fantasy Garage--Chris Hafner (1976) It has been more than two years now since we staged our last used-car challenge, and I think it's high time we rectify that.