Some cars age really, really well, and the BMW 6 series is most certainly one of them. This past weekend I attended a car show at a local car dealer, and this beautifully BMW 635 CSI was in the parking lot. . . . → Read More: Ageless: The BMW 635 CSI Edition
Regardless, 984 pictures is still a lot of old car wreck pictures to thumb through, so you will want to grab a nice iced mocha latte or something for this little morbid afternoon journey. I’ve gone through quite a few of these and I didn’t see any grotesque stuff (read: blood, guts, etc) in them, but look at your own risk. . . . → Read More: 1000 Old Car Wreck Pictures from the Boston Public Library
Cutting the roof off of a car can be a little intimidating, but sometimes you have no choice. In my case, my friend’s 1972 Nova had a vinyl roof for its entire life, which rotted out the steel beneath it quite nicely. With the wheel houses repaired, and both quarter panels finally welded on, I decided to tackle the haggard looking roof skin next. . . . → Read More: 1972 Nova Project: Replacing The Roof Edition
Much to my surprise, there was 350+ page thread on Legacygt.com that discussed this exact problem in detail, because hundreds of other Subaru owners have had the same exact problem as me. . . . → Read More: Is Your Turbo Subaru On Borrowed Time? Read This and Find Out.
Remember last summer when we watched the 4G63 (read: Mitsubishi Eclipse engine) powered dragster go deep into the 7′s in the quarter mile at 190 mph? Well this year it runs 6.85′s and 195. . . . → Read More: Turbo 4G63 Dragster Runs 6.85 @ 195mph
This video is one of those moments. You know what’s about to happen from the first rev of the engine. One minute later, the Lamborghini becomes the swirly meat in the car sandwich. . . . → Read More: Watching A Lamborghini Crash Is Mostly Just Sad.
Back in the 1960′s, if you traveled into space, it meant that you were a pretty big deal. It also meant that when you weren’t strapped to the side of a rocket, you were getting sweet deals on Corvettes. Awesome new Vettes. With Big Blocks. And 4-Speeds. Neil Armstrong was doing exactly this back in December of 1966 and Jim Rathman Chevrolet in Melbourne Florida was the reason why. . . . → Read More: This Was Neil Armstrong’s 1967 Corvette