It’s not hard to prefer old Benzes to new Benzes.
I purposefully wanted to make this post as late as possible so it wouldn’t get so much traffic and hubbub. Anyway, I figure it’s a good a time as any to say goodbye.
The 2000s was a time of trial and tribulation for many in the world, especially those living in the great old U.S. of A: the economy was on a constant state of fluctuation, we had the greatest tragedy befall our lifetimes within the first two years, we had another war on our hands, our greatest cities were ravaged by…
I don’t pay much attention to Daimler-Chrysler Chrysler vehicles, except for the occasional SRT-8 300C, SRT-6 Crossfire, or PT Cruiser Turbo. But sometimes, I do give them a passing glance, and I see a small rectangular badge on the front fender that says, “W.P. Chrysler Signature Series.”
ANissan Micra...in Alabama
The roll-down rear windshield is the greatest invention of all mankind.
He’s currently recovering from a lung transplant. He was diagnosed with influenza recently which affected his one well-operating lung (his other one being obviously damaged from the 1976 crash which gave him his infamous scars).
I’ve made it very plain that the Bond franchise is one of my most favorite movie series in the universe. On the flip-side of Bond and across the pond, we’re left with Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt of the Mission: Impossible franchise. At 56 years old, Cruise maintains the series as a humongous passion project that he…
I’ve been asked to spread the word of an upcoming car meet this Saturday.
Today, I celebrate the 23rd year of my living. It’s been a troublesome 23 years indeed, but one thing in particular has always kept me going: cars. So, let’s take the time to wish a happy 23rd birthday to the cars that were introduced and debuted in 1995!
And he’s not wrong at all, these trucks will not die. Their transmissions will, however.
I’m reflecting on everything Sergio Marchionne did for Fiat and Chrysler during his run as CEO of both companies. He received a lot of controversy in recent years, especially when he took control of Chrysler, but when I look back on a lot of his achievements, I think he deserves a lot more praise than he gets.
Mergio’s health has worsened, and he’s decided to step down as CEO. He’s been replaced by Jeep boss Mike Manley.
If you’re like me, then you spend a lot of time around the Malaise community. Within these communities, it’s not rare to find pictures or videos surfacing of old auto shows from this era. I’ve always wished there was some way to go back in time to see some of these cars from this era in their prime...gleaming, clean…
It’s quite German and quite teal.
Greenlight and Tarmac Works seem to be holding up their deal into 2018, with the release of this new retooling of Greenlight’s R34 Skyline cast with the livery of the NISMO Pennzoil JGTC Skyline used in the 1999 racing season. This is a limited edition release that I was lucky enough to grab from a friend who runs a…