Those XJ Wagoneers are getting pretty rare. And somehow they belong at brunch dives. »
I've officially decided that my favorite mid-engine Ferrari of all time is the 328. So much cleaner than the 308 it was based on. Less black plastic trim. So sexy.
I miss the days when Pininfarina designed almost every Ferrari. They came out so pretty. Today, they just come out angry. »
I am so confused. Especially after that first video. Especially when they mashed it up with "Don't Cry Out Loud." Sigh. »
I always thought it was odd how British cars of the '50s looked like they belonged in the late 1930s. Whether it's this Triumph, or the Jaguar Marks, or the Rollers of the day. The Ford Popular. Etc. And when Britain did finally leap into the '50s in car design, a lot of those models wound up running into the late… »
For me, it's gotta be the TR5/TR250. IRS, straight-six, and those lids over the headlights. The TR6 is a close second for me. »
He wasn't the father of a suspension. He was the father of the horrendous overall shitbox that was the Mustang II. Hot rodders using its suspension matters very little, since the II was the slowest Ford you could buy in America at the time. And it wore the Mustang badge. »
So it's pretty clear to me that the CT6 is going to be a CLS/6 Gran Coupe competitor more than anything else. »