eBay Listing: 1957 Ford Thunderbird with correct colors and original drivetrain 1953 was an important year for one American manufacturer. People often ask which is better Chevrolet or Ford, Who struck first? Who wins when the chips are down, and all your money is on the line? Well in the 1950’s American sports car world […]
While Mr. Ferrari was a genius in many ways, he missed the mark on this point. Even to this non-engineer, it is obvious that a brick will fly a lot slower than a similarly weighted dart. That’s just physics in a very basic form. And it is why Formula 1 cars and even NASCAR today incorporate as many aerodynamic aides as allowed by their sanctioning bodies.
For many people Rolls-Royce equates to the highest standards of excellence, opulence and the ultimate excess in luxury. Seemingly miles of deep sumptuous leather, hand craftsmanship, and old world technology that today might seem outmoded, was once standard for the elite coachmaker, and in many ways it still is.
eBay Listing: 1970 Volkswagen Beetle Rat Rod If it can be done to a Volkswagen, it probably has been. In the world of customization someone ups the game, changes the stakes, and raises the bar by creating new trends or styles, and sometimes when that happens it can truly change the industry. This Bug is […]
No doubt the early seventies was the peak period of American muscle cars. It was a time in the world before the energy crisis stifled the quest for more horsepower and the Big Three were battling for muscle car King of the Hill. The progress made in the sixties and early seventies was exemplified extremely well by the Chevrolet Chevelle. The 1968-1972 Chevelle was quite simply as good as it gets.
Forever young… It’s more than just a song, or a state of mind, or a thought. It’s a feeling deep within that can surface whilst driving around in a cherished car. For us certain Japanese cars take away the years and we are again forever young. And while Japanese cars clearly are not for everyone, to some they epitomize Rodney Dangerfield’s line, “They get no respect.”
eBay Listing: 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder Replica “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” -Ferris Bueller, on his day off. The origin of Ferrari’s 250 GT California Spyder came about because a West Coast Ferrari distributor, John von Neumann, requested a […]