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The ‘Base Models Only’ Facebook Group Is a Reminder Not To Be So Materialistic
It's a window into other markets' base model offerings.
Bask in the V6 Howl of a W202 Mercedes-AMG C-Class Racecar
This W202 might not be as well-known as its predecessor the 190E Evo, but it cleaned up in professional motorsport nonetheless.
Let’s Talk About Those Weird Clutchless Manual Gearboxes From Ferrari and Porsche
They're more useful than you think.
‘Risky Business’ Porsche 928 Fetches a Lofty $1.98 Million, and I Get It
The front-engine V8 coupe breaks its under-the-radar status.
The Curious Case of the E46 BMW 325i SULEV and Its Junkyard Value
BMW spent considerable time and effort making its small sedan more green.
Why the Daewoo Lanos Wasn’t Complete Crap (Kinda)
The Lanos wasn't that bad, but also not that good either.
Sega GT 2002 Jumpstarted My Car Obsession
Sega GT may have played second fiddle to Gran Turismo, but that didn't matter to a ten year old me.
Mighty Car Mods’ Old How-To Videos Hold Up So Well Many Years Later
Marty and Moog have published many videos since they started sharing car-modding insights in 2008, and even their old stuff is still fun to revisit.
Please Enjoy Revisiting Geo’s Overpoweringly ’90s-Style Car Ads
Spandex, bright colors, and a cheesy rendition of "Getting To Know You" put these ads firmly in the 1990s.
An EV From the 1970s Was Just One of Many Treasures in This Auto Recycling Plant Owner’s Car Collection
“Anyone can own some shitboxes,” said Larry Brosten, owner of Auto Parts City recycling. "But only few can have mint green ones, right?"