Our time in an original 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Sport Sedan
No summertime car show is complete without a row of Chevrolet Chevelle Super Sports, but when was the last time you've seen a four-door pillarless Sport Sedan? Not a four-door sedan, mind you, but a four-door hardtop without a B-pillar? Ron Bousquet, the owner of this wonderful example from 1970, confessed to us that this is the first one he had seen despite the fact that he was a mechanic for many years and worked on all Chevrolet models of the 1960s and 1970s.
1985 Buick Skyhawk Wagon
The Buick Skyhawk started out as a badge-engineered upscale version of the wretched Chevy Monza, took 1981 off, then returned as a front-wheel-drive J-body in 1982. This car is largely forgotten today, and the station wagon version manages to be even more forgotten. Still, a few remain, and this ’85 hung on for nearly 30 years before washing up in The Crusher’s waiting room.
Impala crashes into Land Cruiser… to hide from a cheetah
What would you do if a wild animal jumped into your vehicle through an open window during an African safari? What if said animal was an impala being chased by cheetahs? Though the scenario seems unbelievable, that's just what happened to a group of tourists in Kruger National Park in South Africa, and it was all caught on video.
Tips to Prevent Car Theft
Since the months of July and August are the worst months for vehicle thefts, AutoGuide has assembled a list of tips that, if followed, may help you keep your car.
According to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), a vehicle is stolen in the U.S. every 44 seconds. In the spirit of National Vehicle Theft Prevention Month, here’s some advice to avoid becoming part of that statistic:
Chrysler recalls some vans, cars and SUVs for airbag problem
Chrysler announced two recalls last week, both for the potential of improper airbag deployment.
On certain model year 2013 Chrysler Town & Country minivans, Dodge Grand Caravan and Ram C/V Tradesmen models, a software error could result in the wrong airbag deploying in the event of a crash. For example, a left-side impact would cause the right-side airbags to deploy.
Vietnamese rider creates his own Batpod, forgets Batsuit riding gear
Image Credit: Live photos copyright 2013 Drew Phillips / AOL
Some people are satisfied with collecting action figures and posters of their favorite superheros, but oneBatman fan in Vietnam decided to take it a step further and built his own Batpod motorcycle.
What Happens When You Let A NASCAR Racer Use His Racecar On The Street
The most evocative car races in history were when racecars competed on public roads. Monaco. Le Mans. The Carrera Panamericana. Those all featured wimpy sports racers, though. What happens when you put a Nascar on public streets?
A Quasi Rare Cougar Longroof
So recently, this olelongrooffan was out and about checking on various things going on in my life these days and up in front of one of Bennett’s Auto Parts locations, I spotted something that hits two buttons in the life of this olelongrooffan. Longroofs and Cougars.
Celebrate The Corvette’s 60th Birthday With These Historic Photos
On June 30, 1953, the first Chevrolet Corvettes started rolling off the assembly line in Flint, Michigan. Sixty years and scores of annihilated tires later, the 'Vette is still going strong, and an absurdly fast new 2014 Corvette Stingray is headed our way soon.
Women More Likely to be Overcharged for Auto Repairs
Women are more likely to be quoted an inflated price for automotive repairs according to a new study.
Conducted by Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, the findings suggest that women who seem not to know about cars are likely to be quoted a higher price. The same study shows that women who haggle are likely to get a bigger price break as well.