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SELFLY Turns Your Phone Airborne Fancy a drone that follows your every move? It’s really fun especially if you are a vlogger or want to otherwise record your movement.
LABFRESH – Odor & Stain Repellent Cotton Shirts A white cotton shirt gives a man a certain flair. It’s not the brand nor the price; but the elegance it inspires when worn properly.
It’s quickly becoming a “can’t miss” event for fans and drivers who love nostalgia. The Southern Vintage Race Car Nationals took place March 17-19 at Dillon Motor Speedway and welcomed some truly beautiful-looking throwback machines.
Why, oh why don’t they offer wonderful pastels on trucks any more? California license plates were also once much more pleasing to the eye.
Arctic Cold Brew Coffee System I personally like my coffee dark and bitter. However, I’ve never liked it really hot.
On the final Monday in March we conclude our Modified Madness with a look back at some of our favorite Vintage Mods of the past year.
5 Sneakers That Caught Our Attention This Week Want some sneakers? Then you got them! This is Hispotion weekly selection of 5 sneakers that caught our attention.
The Vauxhall XVR concept actually had its feet bound firmly to 1965, despite styling that couldn’t look any more outlandish if you ate your own body weight of LSD and looked at it after spinning around really fast.
…as you can see from this very quick clip posted by Murilee Martin. There were some issues the team had to work through during the recent race.
We may have mostly figured out space travel, chemotherapy and all sorts of other tough stuff. Underwater welding, levitating trains, lab-grown artificial meat.
When it comes to mid-1960s NHRA Super Stock racing, fans generally associate AMC with the 1969 Hurst-AMC SS/AMX program, as they should.
In 1969, David Pearson drove Holman Moody’s No. 17 Ford Torino to a second NASCAR Grand National championship in a row.
Many Pontiac aficionados are well versed on the now-defunct company’s ever-popular GTO line, as well as the Firebird for that matter, as they both—for the most part—stuck with their factory performance routes throughout their storied production lives.
This is the floor of a 1932 Ford roadster, modified to fit over a Model A rear crossmember. This is one good way to accommodate a quick-change rearend, while retaining the traditional transverse spring suspension.
Let There Be Light Q I’ve updated the wiring and the charging system of my 1956 Chevy. It works fine but I would like to make the stock “idiot light” operational.
When I was a kid, the non-network affiliated TV stations in the LA market were da-bomb. There was so much that was weird and wonderful on local TV back then, stuff that the networks were too busy or too focused on profits to air.
The aluminum 215 c.i. V8 that GM developed in the late ’50’s debuted to much fanfare for the 1961 model year, but the design and tooling was solely owned by Rover in the U.K.
If the past few months’ political circus has proven anything it’s that age and maturity do not go hand in hand.
Monday Mayhem #42 It’s big, it’s fast, and it’s the sole reason to get up on a Monday. It’s time for Monday Mayhem!
I don’t give baseball players that much attention but if I were to see Aroldis Chapman in one of his customized whips I might do a double take.