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There’s a tree growing on my car, in the crevice where the rear deck meets the backlight. I think it’s a silver maple. I’m sure this is a metaphor for something, but I’m not sure what, and it’s not going … Continue reading
The oddest things can be found in the “download” section of the old tablet- like these reference shots of my favorite pickup truck, the postwar (1946) Hudson Big Boy. It was love at first sight when I saw a battleship … Continue reading
On a recent trip to Chicago, I was able to photograph two bitter rivals facing off, nose to nose in a hotel parking lot. Or at least, that’s what it it looked like. Perhaps, despite appearances, the new Planter’s Nutmobile … Continue reading
“Dolphin Gray Mica” is the manufacturer’s name for the color of this small Japanese sedan. It’s a 2013 Mazda 3 Sport, and the color is really rather pretty when you see the car in person. It’s basically a medium grey, … Continue reading
As car week draws to a close, let’s take a dive into my Pinterest “car stuff” board for a quick look at one of my personal dream cars. This louvered Italian beauty from the ’70s is the not particularly famous … Continue reading
Car week continues with a slapdash first impressions review of a vehicle we had an unexpected chance to drive around in for a while on Wednesday afternoon. Car: Hyundai Accent. Configuration: 5 door hatchback. Year: I dunno, pretty recent. It … Continue reading
Looks like we’re having some kind of a car week on the ol’ blog, so let’s continue it with a few square photos* of an absolutely smashing chrome bumper MGB I saw at the post office this morning. It’s that … Continue reading
Specifically, a 1964 Falcon Futura convertible, triple black, without those annoying trim bits on the tail lights you sometimes see. Leaving them as classic Ford plain round tail lights is much tidier. The Falcon was one of Ford’s best designs … Continue reading
This is not a car spotting blog, but we do quite a bit of it. Occasionally point totals are offered as part of the fun, and enough people have asked about how the point system works that I thought I’d … Continue reading