While one day I would love to go to SEMA, for now I am stuck along with most everybody, and must follow the online coverage from various media outlets. While … Continue Reading 3 Favorite Manufactures from SEMA 2016
Living in California, not many people buy ‘beaters’ to drive around in. For those that do not know the term ‘beater’, it is essentially a car that you don’t need … Continue Reading The Beater Beamer: 2007 BMW 328xi E91 Review
If you like to read about cars on the Internet, then you have come across a slideshow or a video featuring a list of trivia. Top 10 strange production engines, … Continue Reading 7 Worst and Strange Cup Holders
Adolf Hitler is remembered as a pretty terrible guy. As everyone knows—or should know—this is entirely warranted, but because he is so terrible a certain fascination has arisen around him. … Continue Reading History Hits: Halloween is for…Hitler?
This week we are continuing the ‘America’s Drift Heroes’ series, and as such this on-paper comparison will not really be looking at the interior or daily drivability, but rather how … Continue Reading Desktop Drives: America’s Drift Heroes-Family Matters
I have always maintained that driving other people’s cars is the holy grail of the car world, and that is why I have wanted to be any automotive journalist. Going … Continue Reading Sacramento International Auto Show + BMW i3 and Jeep Renegade Trailhawk First Impressions
I am not a smart man, for one simple reason: I am a sucker. I totally believed everybody, and took their advice to heart, when they told me to do … Continue Reading “History Hits”: Tyrrell P34– Six-Wheels of Trying
Below are some photos from the 2016 Sacramento International Auto Show. Nothing big happened (surprise), but it was a lot of fun. There are so many more pictures that I … Continue Reading 2016 Sacramento International Auto Show Photos
The automotive world is inherently a global arena, with many manufactures and many cultures spread across the globe. Despite this global nature, it is impossible for certain regions to avoid … Continue Reading Desktop Drives: America’s Drift Heroes-The Heavy Hitters
Last week’s review detailed the Valentine One Radar Detector, and looks at how that was the best radar detector to pass through my hands. In fact, it is hard to imagine … Continue Reading Cobra iRadar: Only Slightly Better Than an Actual Canary
‘Desktop Drives’ is certainly not a unique concept. In fact, thousands of car shoppers do it every day, to a certain extent. While in a perfect world every car buyer … Continue Reading Desktop Drives: Camry vs Korea
Even though this blog is simply my own creation, and is for essentially my own enjoyment, a schedule is still required to get me to do anything with some regularity. … Continue Reading Posting Schedule
Ever since the automobile has been invented, a battle has taken place on the roads. This battle is that between those who love going fast, and those who would love … Continue Reading Valentine V1 Review: The Canary 2.0
UPDATE 10/12: The German Minister of Transport Alexander Dobrindt has declared such a resolution prompt and impractical, signifying he may not allow it. This shows that the resolution was not … Continue Reading Germany and the Car: If They Invented it, Can They Kill it?
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Why do people want to become automotive journalists? Money, fame, women? As someone who isn’t an auto journalist I am still fairly sure none of those really come with the … Continue Reading Desktop Drives: America’s German Sports Sedan