It’s been far, far too long since I’ve posted any Duesy content, so here’s a stunning ‘29 Model J Murphy convertible.
I like my new Jetta quite a lot. On of the few complaints I have about it is the little single note horn, which is genuinely dismal:
Saab 9-3x SportCombi, of which less than 500 were sold in the US.
That’s one way to up the ante on stupid.
But come on Cadillac, this is so dull and phoned in and un-Cadillac looking. Hell, even the 1st gen SRX was better than this. Makes this ad look very ironic considering the XT6 looks like a blend of all the cars in white.Oh well, at least the new Aviator looks fantastic.
I’ll take this blue B6.
Gorgeous San Marino blue M6 and a very rare Fjord Blue Saab 9-5 Turbo6.
I’ve now had my brand-new 2019 VW Jetta S for just over a week, and I must say that I am surprised by how much I like it. I’ve averaged 38.5 MPG with mixed driving and the car is actually a nice place to be. Ask me any questions you may have about it.
But my God it has aged horribly.
2018 was an interesting year to say the least, and for me, it was full of interesting cars. Aside from starting a Cars & Coffee-esque event and tagging along for some photoshoots of some unbelievably epic cars, I also did plenty of spotting. In addition to being on Instagram, the mostly complete results of that are…
I am speed.
After suddenly dropping off the grid for a year, everyone’s favorite luxury car driving Los Angeles dashcammer is back!
The Saabaru had a sudden onslot of problems ranging from a major fuel leak to valve cover gaskets and more, so it had to go. Instead of yet another interesting (read: unreliable) used car, I’m now in a Habanero Orange Mk7 Jetta S. What do you wanna know about it?
1. A Mazda driver who should get a ticket.
But somehow I doubt it.
Not sure of exact year but I believe ‘59-’65.