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.”
The Geolander H/T G056 is Yokohama’s long lasting all-season tire designed for small trucks and SUVs. With a 70,000 mile treadwear warranty, this highway terrain tire is engineered to provide years of trouble free driving, as well as exceptional all-weather handling. eBay Motors will be conducting an extended test of the all-season version of the Geolander H/T G056 tires with reports posted at three, six month, and 12 month intervals. Our test mule for this exercise is a trusty 2009 Ford Escape Hybrid.
The Aston Martin has become a staple of modern supercars, and is renowned as the stereotyped British sportscar. Made famous by its racing heritage and the irrefutable James Bond, the brand has gone from strength to strength in recent times. We have taken a look at some of the more obscure facts that may have […]
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 […]
Middleburg, Virginia is only an hour’s drive outside of metropolitan Washington, D.C., but it is a world apart from the hustle and bustle of our nation’s fair capital. Instead of crowded city streets where cabs, buses and bicycles vie for space between tall buildings, there are two-lane country roads meandering their way around horse farms […]