A few weeks ago, I wrote an article on early gauge technology in automobiles; it was simple to say the least. This week, I am again looking at the history … Continue Reading History Hits: Forgotten Technology—Early Fuel Measurement
Here are, in no particular order, my ten favorite cars being sold at this years Mecum Auction in Monterey during car week. These will be VERY brief overviews of each … Continue Reading 2017 Mecum Monterey: 10 Highlights
For the past week, I have had the pleasure of driving a brand-new Lincoln Continental, spec’d to the tee’s with the Black Label package, for my job, enshrouded in comfort … Continue Reading 2017 Lincoln Black Label Continental First Impressions
Recently, my employer leased a 2017 Lincoln Black Label Continental, and while it isn’t technically mine, as a driver, I will be driving it a lot—as well as being the … Continue Reading Lncoln Black Label Leasing: Is it Really “On Your Terms”?
No, no, I did not hit it big and buy a Lincoln Continental, nor have I managed to snag myself a press car; rather I am lucky enough that I … Continue Reading Welcome the 2017 Lincoln Black Label Continental to the Fleet
Depreciation of the vehicles we drive is a lot like going to the dentist; we all have to deal with it, it sucks, so why talk about it. Well, talking … Continue Reading America’s Most Painfully Depreciating New Car
Muscle cars, or ‘Pony Cars’, began life in the 60’s as bigger and bigger engines were put in smaller and sportier cars. As soon as the namesake of the pony … Continue Reading Muscle Car Wars: Last Roar of the V8?
Hello everybody, this is Stephen, operator of this website. While everything up to this point has been written by myself, this is the first submitted article. Written by Eric White … Continue Reading UK Pickups – Not for Pick-Up Artists
Last week, I shared some pictures from my regular Cars and Coffee event, and mentioned how grateful I am to live in such a car-rich area of the world. Mentioning … Continue Reading Dreams And Drivers: Granite Bay, CA 7/16/17
Lots of people like their cars, and assure themselves that their car will be a future classic, desirable and worthwhile. In reality, most cars are simply future used cars, depreciated … Continue Reading Opinion: What will the Fiesta ST Become (What Makes a Classic)?
Over the past four weeks, I have taken a look at the various car-producing regions of the world, picking my ‘dream car’ from the various classical cars on selection from … Continue Reading History Hits Dream Car Edition: If There Was Only One…
Most of us dread the process of getting a rental car; having to wait at the desk, fill out all the paperwork, and undergo the barrage of ‘additions’ the agent … Continue Reading Exotic Car Rental: What to Expect
Most automotive enthusiasts like to take care of their car a bit more than the average motorist. We will wash our cars more often, keep the interiors nicely sorted, and … Continue Reading Lamin-X Protective Film: Review and Install
Over the past month, I have been going region-to-region, starting in the Japan and headed West, picking my dream ‘classic car’, with the term ‘classic’ encompassing anything 25 years or … Continue Reading History Hits Dream Car Edition: 1984 Tatra 613-2
If you have been interested in cars for even the slightest amount of time, chances are you have heard someone drawl out, “there is no replacement for displacement”. If you … Continue Reading Review: 2011 Audi R8 Spyder 5.2 FSI
At the beginning of my four-week ‘Dream Car’ edition of History Hits, I laid down the rule that any car I picked had to be 25 years or older; essentially … Continue Reading History Hits Dream Car Edition: 1998 Aston Martin Vantage V600