Yet another strange NYC story.
Yet another strange NYC story.
Actually it’s a map book to guide you on your road trip. It would be interesting to use Street View to compare then and now.
Making a Rolls.
And another video from Discovery.
And Nat Geo.
In a way, I’m not impressed. I think that hand constructing a lot of the processes doesn’t actually add value.
A 1950’s GMC panel van still doing deliveries. Needs to have the paint job finished though.
Smash something wonderful, like a Porsche 911. Look, if anybody feels a burning desire to smash their Porsche 911, I can probably find a nice home for it.
Of course the car guys had something to say about that.
At least they only burned the dress.
From Popular Mechanics.
A great set of videos on how cars worked back in the day, though lots of the material is still valid today.
Taking one of the most iconic cars ever from concept to what we know and love.
No Chevys in Tokyo? Actually I’ve seen quite a few Chevys in Tokyo, along with BMWs, Benz’s, Minis, Ferraris and Citroen 2CVs.
And a low rider.
Over 100 years ago they did.
Interesting story about a car that’s been running for over 100 years with the same owner family.
Around the turn of the last century just about everybody made cars.
H/T The Odd Vehicle Society.
The old man turned him down. Big mistake. Or, not. In any case it made to some of the most classic racing ever and caused the creation of one of the most beautiful cars ever, the GT40.
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