The pink Playboy cars have earned their own little niche in history and this is what we know about the cars and where they are now.
The Arctic Circle Raceway: Can Ford’s New GT Set a New Record?
Ford’s newest supercar shows its stuff at one of the coldest race circuits in the world. Have you ever wondered what a $500,000 supercar can do when piloted by an expert driver? If you have then look further, because EVO
Podcast #27 – I’ve Never Been Excited By A Corolla.
This weeks podcast subjects include German cars in America, vehicles with the highest rates of death, the BMW 8 Series and VR car video games.
Episode 26 – The Best Thing Since Sliced Jesus
This week Ian is joined by Alan Bradley of The Motoring Podcast to talk cars, car culture and the state of the industry both sides of the pond.
Classified Of The Week: Lotus Cortina Evocation
It’s quick, period correct, looks great and doesn’t cost sixty grand.
The Bullitt Mustangs Appear To Have Been Found!
I’m having trouble thinking of a movie car more iconic than the 1968 Mustang GT that Steve McQueen drove in “Bullitt.” Eleanor comes a close second, but the stone cold cool that comes with the iconic legend of Steve McQueen
P71 Is The Correct Code
So, Mr Chris Pollitt decided that his first piece on this sort of vaguely-but-not-very esteemed site would be to throw down a three grand challenge to me where he came up with an obscure French minivan no one has ever
The Ford Mustang Is Not A Muscle Car.
This is no longer up for debate.
I’m Tired Of Hearing “Save The Manuals”.
I wonder if someone that learned to drive with a Model T ever wrote to a motoring publication with the view: “Three pedals and one lever is way to easy. I like to feel the man and machine connection by
Now That’s A Big Fine Accumulation.
It’s been a tough week for Ford owners. Already we have had a Focus RS drift mode-ing into the side of a mountain, and a Mustang parking on top of a Corolla… Now this Shelby Mustang has been busted for