Author Archives: Raphael Orlove
I found this Dodge Coronet 440 streetparked in some state of repair and/or sale out on Coney Island Avenue the other day. The classics are still out there.
Somebody has an old Baja Bug in the city, and they parked it on my block!
“Pretty car,” she said turning away. “For now.”
The Baja is itching for more dirt. It just needs a new pushrod tube, and a skidplate, and maybe new suspension bushings, and maybe that shift linkage linkage I was supposed to do ages ago. You know, nothing serious.
It’s rare to find a car that communicates so much optimism about the future.
A man died at the Lime Rock Historics this year, overturned in a ’30s single seater MG special. I wonder why he entered, racing in a car history has proven to be so dangerous. It was not the man pictured … Continue reading
Sunset yesterday after Formula Drift New Jersey, held at the 30-degree banking of Wall Speedway.