August 5, 2014

  • It was the height of WWII, aerospace technology was developing at an incredible rate. The jet engine was a fragile new technology, but it sure seemed like the future of combat aviation. Who would be first to field a jet fighter to Navy? Enter the engineers from Ryan Aeronautical and their FR-1 'Fireball' composite piston-jet fighter.Read more...
  • We think of Australia as a sort of parallel America, with backcountry bogans in V8 Holdens existing like bizarro rednecks in lumpy-cam Camaros. As it turns out, the V8 is not the critical part of the equivalency equation.Read more...

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July 31, 2014

  • I'm not exactly sure if it's the pictures themselves or the juxtaposition of them together, or maybe it's just the inherent weirdness a ventriloquist dummy brings to any situation. I'm just not sure. But I do know that this ad for a 1977 Corvette Stingray is pleasingly unsettling.Read more...
  • Anyone with two brain cells to rub together stopped taking Clarkson's car reviews seriously nearly a decade ago (maybe sooner). So when his review of the C7 Corvette Stingray popped up, I didn't even bother. And then I read it. And then I re-read it. And then I checked to make sure I wasn't inhabiting an alternate universe.Read more...
  • The smartly-dressed fellow in the photo above is Uwe Ellinghaus, and he's Cadillac's chief global marketing officer. And he's here to answer all your questions.Read more...
  • Orange you glad I didn't say banana? Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Buick Riviera represents that marque's original entry into the personal coupe wars. This one is also unexpectedly orange. You need to decide if its condition - and its color- will make its price the apple of your eye.Read more...

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