It is not sufficient to see and to know the beauty of a work. We must feel and be affected by it.
Only fashion fades, style remains the same – Coco Chanel
Recently I was looking at one of those celebrity car sites, and was struck by the fact that none of the people listed were famous.
Ever since I was young, I have always wanted to own a Rolls-Royce. There was always something about the grill and mascot that made me nuts, and one day soon, I plan to make good on my promise and finally become a Rolls-Royce owner.
“However…I have argued many times that owning an Alfa is a portal through with all petrol heads must pass if they genuinely want to know what it is that differentiates a car from a toaster or a washing machine.”
This is the continuation of the post “Presidents on Wheels” that I thought would be perfect for the July 4th holiday. This final section will start with John F. Kennedy and the beginning of the “modern age” of presidential limousines, and go right up through Barack Obama.
In the spirit of July 4th, I decided to take a look at the most famous of all government cars, the presidential limousine.
“I am big, it’s the pictures that got small.” – Norma Desmond, Sunset Boulevard
Try your luck at the expert level automotive trivia game. Are you good enough to win?
The Woodie is the favorite car of California Surfers, the Beach Boys, and the Griswold’s. This beautiful car has become an icon for southern California and is featured here.
Jeremy Clarkson of Top Gear once said of driving the Pagoda,
In the world of Ferrari, only one man can be called the creator of its most iconic cars. That man was not Enzo Ferrari, but the designer and coachbuilder Sergio Scaglietti.
Supercars are that, in whatever way, are exaggerated and surpass by far the requirements necessary for a car to be useful in its respective category.
Every gear head has a favorite era in automotive history. For me it has always been the 1960
Like all relationships, my love affair with my 1994 Jaguar XJS started out beautiful, but is now turning into something like the “War of the Roses.”
It was Henry Ford who said that
Famous supercars include the Lamborghini Miura, and Ferrari 365 GTS/4 Daytona. Among the infamous and forgotten supercars, are these 10 cars:
Can you name the one, rare, meticulously crafted concept car that traded hands during a high stakes poker game between the sitting U.S. president Lyndon Johnson and future president Ronald Reagan? This same car was so seductive that Frank Sinatra, Joey Bishop, and Peter Lawford of the
Supercars are designed to mess with G-forces. Hypercars are designed to mess with G-strings.
“An over-indulgence of anything, even something as pure as water, can intoxicate.” – Criss Jami, Venus in Arms