Category Archives: Editorials
There is a very typical kind of drive for New York City sports car owners. Here’s how it goes, from the wheel of a 2014 Corvette.
After seeing this story on ScoutingNY and then this one in the NYT, I decided to take the Baja to the post-apocalyptic, soon-to-be-demolished Willets Point to get a cracked wheel welded. It was as bizarre an outing as I’d had … Continue reading
The US car market is possibly the best in the world, but we’re always griping that we don’t get the high-quality family hatchbacks that are so common in Europe. Strangely enough, we do get the Euro-spec Elantra GT is, and … Continue reading
I am on a quest. I am looking to find a link between the 2014 Corolla (and by extension the 2018 Corolla, or the 2020 Corolla) and the 2003 model year Corolla. It’s a stretch, and I may only claw … Continue reading
I don’t know why, but I can’t shake the feeling that a Pontiac Solstice with an LS V8 is like the baby Maserati that we never got.
I’ve been playing around with how I edit my pictures and I’ve been liking the results. I set the photos to black and white, adjust the exposure, return them to full color, and then adjust the color balance to not … Continue reading
There is no more middle-of-the-road, uninspiring, uninspired kind of car on the roads today than the midsize crossover. Particularly bland is the Hyundai Santa Fe. Why can’t I take my eyes off of it?
So the best part of getting my head shaved was getting Mike Spinelli and a garage full of mechanics to laugh, but the next best part was getting a tour of the garage’s separate back garage.
The sun is going down, I’m heading back to New York from running a few empty roads out in the Fahnestock and I see an empty, snow-covered parking lot. This is where I experience bliss.