April 10, 2014

  • I'm beginning to think that the folks running Buick's PR haven't the foggiest idea about Buick's history. They can't seem to tell the difference between their iconic '63 Riviera and the '78 Regal Sport Coupe.Read more...
  • The 1965 Chevy El Camino was available with a straight six, just not the hot-sake six of today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe edition. You need to decide if that addition makes this Camino's price a straight-up deal.Read more...

April 9, 2014

April 8, 2014

April 7, 2014

  • Look at the marketing and the name and you'd think the Chevy SS is nothing but a Corvette-engined mulletmobile good for nothing but burnouts. As it turns out, that's not what the car is like at all. It's something more endearing than that.Read more...
  • If you're having a hard time swallowing the notion of a $75,000 Chevrolet Camaro, Chris Chilton may be able to help make the idea more palatable. You see, he got the honor of thrashing the new Z/28 around Barber. He calls it "money well spent." He also says it's hard enough that you'd be bat-shit crazy to drive it to work every day. A round of applause for GM.Read more...

April 6, 2014

  • After all of these C&C posts, I think we should offset things with some less minty classics. I spotted these from a distance whilst out cycling this afternoon (no, I'm not a traitor. It really is good exercise. Just use a bike path). Upon closer examination, there were maybe two or three dozen old American cars in various states of decay sitting in the back corner of a storage-type lot. I will do my best to identify all of them for you, but let me know if I missed/misnamed one. Read more...
  • Welcome to Little Car in the Big City, where I highlight fascinating cars I found walking around a town that is known for being bigger than everything else, but where every car is fighting to stand out: New York, New York.Read more...

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