American History: The Dying Art of Fabrication
the80sareforever: “…a past generation where if you wanted it, you built it, and “pushing the limits” was a bit more than neochrome hardware on neon colored wheels.” StanceWorks.com
From the Mailbag
I borrowed a 911 once during fun runs at an autocross. I drove it, but was very slow. Frankly I was intimidated by the $$$ and the knowledge that I could never afford to fix it if something went wrong, and as a result, I was even slower than my normally slow self. Immediately afterwards, I drove my Geo and had a faster lap time. Facepalm. Hey, if you can’t afford to crumple it up in a...
The only thing that’s holding you back is you. I hope you understand that’s both...– A retired driver, and someone I consider to be like a father, once told me. (via jyx)
I'm pretty sure I could fall in love with a...
I’m 22 years old and have owned 10 cars and a handful of motorcycles… and I still don’t feel like I have owned a car that I would never want to give up. I am on the quest for the car that speaks to me on the lowest, most primal levels… but 10 cars later and I’m still not there. Is this a disease that I must learn to live with? Does one eventually find “that...
day 3 -- Take a photo of the thing you like the...
thebuenster: autocross. ;) win.
Sam: Audi has the most engaged Facebook fans
Me: Yeah, that's probably because they all want their cars fixed