The Lexus SC 400 was ahead of time when it entered the stage back in 1991. It was flawless and offered owners interior prestige and comforting opulence alike. The sports coupe’s futuristic styling comingled Japanese craftsmanship into a package Lexus owners would continuously come to expect. However, if there had been an SC F variant then wagers would have increased tenfold since the combination of attraction, luxury and performance in today’s auto market is what separates the norm from the pursuit of pure perfection.
The first Lamborghinis were tractors, and they’re still made today. Indeed, Lamborghini had made himself a wealthy man through Lamborghini Trattori (tractors). In fact, this is wealth from his successful tractor business, he bought many different Ferrari’s, all with their own clutch problems.
A Honda Civic dressed up like a Subaru WRC rally racer. A VW Beetle turned into the hot rod featured in American Graffiti. A Morris Minor bearing a striking resemblance to notorious bounty hunter Boba Fett. These are just a few of the cars built by the creative racers who have participated in past editions of the Grassroots Motorsports $2000 Challenge.
It is not every day that a sports car enthusiast gets giddy over a French automobile. During our visit to the Danville Concours we came upon this automotive unicorn, Chris Provo’s red 1985 Renault R5 Turbo 2. Designed as a rallye/road race car, Renault made limited quantities for homologation. The original chassis is Renault 5 (Le […]
Some thirteen years ago, Vancouver’s Washington’s Kevin Bischoff set out to “make an ugly car beautiful.” He certainly accomplished the mission. So much so that he and wife Angie’s 1936 Dodge was crowned Goodguys 2014 Flowmaster America’s Most Beautiful street rod, beating out a national cast of finalists during the Goodguys 28th West Coast Nationals back in August.