Autoweek: Morgan EV3 electric 3 Wheeler limited edition production model.
Spider-faced. But I don’t mind it. Cool. Like or hate it, there’s no in-between.
Classic Driver Mag: The cultural renaissance of the Art Deco-era’s rolling sculptures.
Santa Fe Craigslist: 1955 Chevy “Handyman”.
WarHistoryOnline: Yes! The First Flight Of The B-29 Doc!
Great vid. Bottom of the page; the top one’s a shill.
Autoweek: CAFE standards won’t hit 54.5 by 2025, regulators say.
c|net: The fabulous flying boats of the Solent Sky museum.
Bucket list. I built a plastic model of the Supermarine S6, once upon a time.
ArtDaily: 1966 race car project sells for over £80,000, three times its estimate.
The rear ... ug-ly. But I should probably withhold judgment until restoration.
Economist: America’s airlines are introducing a class below economy.
“... some people suspect a more nefarious motive: Delta and its rivals are making basic economy so unpleasant that people will pay extra to “upgrade” to standard economy.” No joke, weren’t some contemplating standing room?
MessyNessy: Graveyard of the Big Red Firetrucks.
A wonderful dream for children (young AND old) ...
Return of the Cafe Racers: Motorcycle Maintenance Made Easy.
BarnFinds: 6,500 Miles! 1974 Ford Pinto Esquire Wagon.
Ick, ick, ICK. Ever driven one? This deserves to die, like the Mustang II. Bury it in history, never to be resurrected. Oh look - there’s a STUDEBAKER ...
Colossal: A Giant Illuminated ‘Castle in the Sky’ Ship Built for the Studio Ghibli Exhib
Autoweek: Denise McCluggage’s 1986 Mille Miglia 1000-mile revival rally coverage.
Oh, Denise. We miss you every day.
BarnFinds: Trail-Tested Time Machine - 1987 Suzuki Samurai JX SE.
Rented one of these, once upon a time - totally fun. Nothing really takes its place these days.
BarnFinds: Camper Plane - 1951 Grumman Albatross.
Return of the Cafe Racers: The Behemoth - Honda Goldwing Racer.
Love the look ... but the seat? Ride this for a few hours, you’ll never have children.
TechDirt: Texas Judge Indicted For Making Secret 10-Year Deal With Red Light Camera Co.
“Cameras have issued tickets to walls, parked vehicles, and many, many drivers obeying all traffic laws. Millions of dollars of refunds have been paid out by municipalities who once thought they’d have to do nothing more than sit back and let the cash roll in.” These things need to be removed from service. End of story. It would be just as fair to put a randomize script on the City’s events page, and send out bills.
MessyNessyChic: Streamliner Trains that Oozed the Elegance of Old World Travel.
I believe there is an old El Capitan car down at Lamy. I’ll have to recheck my photos. And one of the art-deco dining cars (triangular tables).
ArtDaily: Detroit Institute of Arts - “The Open Road: Photography and the American Road Trip”
I’d love to see this.
Autoweek: Riverside Museum cars for sale.
I want that Dan Gurney Eagle #42. What I’d do with it, I have no idea. But it’s a fond memory.
Italian Ways: Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A, luxury for the United States.
Autoweek: Want to look inside a Ford flathead? Here’s your chance.
Hemmings: The 2016 Race of Gentlemen East: Two days of sand, sun and speed.
Would love to photograph this someday ...
BarnFinds: 1968 Volkswagen Type 3 Squareback
My first cross-country trip (13 years old), was in one of these. My future brother-in-law’s. Fond memories.
NBC Sports: Investigation shows Alonso’s Australia crash impact peaked at 46G.
And he walked away. Amazing.