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The Japanese scarf (more properly, the furoshiki) went to the Auto Show this year. It had numerous adventures you will see later, but the high point of its visit was being photographed elegantly posed with a 1951 Alfetta in the … Continue reading
Among the cars I was most interested in seeing at this year’s Auto Show are this pair of twins: the Fiat 500 X and the Jeep Renegade. These are definitely fraternal twins: they share a substantial family legacy in the … Continue reading
It was a close call; we had to wait until the last possible day, but yes, we made it to the Chicago Auto Show this year. You’ll have to wait a bit to see a few selections from the more … Continue reading
Because it’s Auto Show Week, because we love cars and we love images and we love art and we love history and we love trivia, here is a gorgeous artistic image of cars that is also a clever infographic. Yep, … Continue reading
Q) How can you tell when a sasquatch has been driving your car? A) The seat is pushed all the way back and the rear view mirrors are pointed more or less straight up. Q) How do you know it … Continue reading
Isn’t it nice when the world arranges itself in a tasteful, color coordinated composition for your own personal convenience? (This image harks back to the halcyon days of late last week when there wasn’t two feet of snow all over … Continue reading
I wrote a poem in my car/ and posted it to my blog/ from my phone. Hey, don’t honk at me. I am making a left turn. Excuse me for yielding To oncoming traffic. This is the second draft./ The … Continue reading
Sad news today, as we hear of the death of Tom Magliozzi, the elder of “Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers” who hosted “Car Talk” on NPR for so many years. I love radio, and “Car Talk” was one of … Continue reading
We seem to be on a fine art kick here on the old blog recently, and I say if we can catch a trend we should saddle it up and ride it off into the sunset. So when I was … Continue reading