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by | Aug 28, 2022

Does anyone remember the Before Time? It was a time, not a long time ago — about 10 years — when it was common for family cars in the $30k range to come standard with V6 engines and when V8s…

by | Jun 3, 2022

The DeLorean isn’t coming back. And Mr. Fusion was never here. The car that was the star of the Back to the Future movies was a stainless-steel-bodied gull-wing coupe designed by John DeLorean, a former GM engineer and executive who was among those responsible…

by | Apr 14, 2022

At the turn of the last century, cars were made to order, one at a time. “Body by Fisher” — some will remember — meant literally that. The body was made by Fisher, which began as a builder of coaches…

by | Mar 31, 2022

A long time ago, Hot Rod magazine — paper and all — published an article called “Caddy Hack.” It was not about web hackers. It was about taking panels off. They did that to see how quickly an otherwise completely stock…

by | Feb 19, 2022

Never mind the plethora of sound, objective reasons for not wanting an electric car. These have been elaborated at length many times previously. I just don’t want an electric car. For purely emotional, entirely subjective reasons. I cannot understand why anyone would want…

by | Oct 15, 2021

The 2021 BMW R18 — which is a motorcycle — has a bigger engine than many of the new cars I’ve been test driving this year. Proportionately, it has one of the biggest engines available in anything you can still…

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