This most recent Saturday (Valentine's Day) I had the fortune of visiting the CIAS in Toronto. As per usual, it was a busy day with lots to see and do. I was also in Detroit for the North American International Auto Show back in January. If you've ever gone to Detroit but never to Toronto, here's a few reasons why you might want to consider the Canadian show over the American one.
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Saturday, December 20, 2014
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Just cruising around the net today and I happened across the latest Hoonigan production: Gymkhana Seven. This time everyone's favourite driving ace, Ken Block, is running a (heavily) modified 1965 Ford Mustang throughout the streets of Los Angeles.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
So I’ve been quite the lazy blogger. I’m hoping I can turn this around soon, but I’ve been pretty busy with a million things going on... also I’ve become addicted to the Panther Forum I’ve joined (grandmarq.net). I’ve had a good time meeting a bunch of folks online who share my (newly developed) obsession with full-sized 1980’s Fords. For a primer as to why this has happened, check out my last post. However, my car world still extends beyond 30 year old blue ovals. Let’s see what’s caught my eye today...
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
It’s been a long time since the last post. Things have just seemed really busy the last couple of months and I just haven’t been able to get around to writing. I have been involved in some car stuff though... I just haven’t been able to write about it.
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
So you're in the market for a car. But not your daily driver; you want something fun. Fun and inexpensive. There are lots of obvious choices out there: Mustangs, Miatas, Corvettes, M3's, etc., etc., etc. But what about the cars that may not be on your radar? Today, we are going to try to expand our horizons as we review a few of the cars less purchased.
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Sometimes in life, regardless of how well we have it or how entrenched in habit we have become, we find ourselves with wandering eyes and a yearning to try new things. As many of you know, I have always been (and will likely always be) a Mustang man. The first car I noticed as budding adolescent was the 1967 Mustang G.T.500 in a comic book I read – well before the car was featured in the movie Gone in 60 Seconds and the world went crazy for Eleanor. If I ever get the privilege of owning one of these classic cars, I will not hesitate to correct with extreme prejudice anyone who dares call my lady “Eleanor”. So why all of a sudden am I so obsessed with Camaros?