Japanese Classics of VA goes to Winterfest 2015

A while back my friend Mitchell got this idea to start a group for our favorite type of car: old Japanese cars. We've had a few events so far, a parking lot meet as well as a couple cruises through the mountains, but this was the first big "show" we've been to as a coherent unit. » 3/10/15 3:15pm 3/10/15 3:15pm

I Took Too Many Photos At Luftgekühlt 2

Some days are just better than others, that's how life works. For example, this past Saturday I went to a Ferrari Club of America cruise in at the Petersen Automotive Museum and it was ok. Ferrari's are neat cars that have a rich heritage but they have always felt a bit alien to me. In my experience Ferrari owners… » 3/03/15 10:00am 3/03/15 10:00am

Want a More Interesting Life?

"I learned to drive in a Triumph TR3A. My next door neighbor was a WWII vet who bought the car new in 1959. He never put the top up because "tops are for sissies." Seeing him roar off in a light snow squall with his scarf flapping jauntily was inspiring." » 1/26/15 5:07pm 1/26/15 5:07pm

Watch As Hot Welding Sparks Dance Around Like Marbles

Recording something in slow-motion makes normal moving subjects look cool, but if you place that same camera at an interesting subject in motion the results are freakin' AWESOME. » 1/13/15 4:07pm 1/13/15 4:07pm

Blow your mind with these super-exclusive car ads

It's Chirstmas and we all need to dream a little bit. Which is why you should click on the below link. It's Autohouse Singen's website. I discovered this today and it is a goldmine for folks like us who like to look at exclusive and rare car ads, and dream a little bit. » 12/24/14 12:40pm 12/24/14 12:40pm

Watch This And Learn How To Drive A GT40

Millennials And Cars: Local Motors Has The Answer

Automakers are spending millions testing different ways to get Millennials interested in cars. They're trying focus groups, cultural experts, experimental marketing events with hipster bands, organic hors d'oeuvres and craft brews. Never mind that the Millennials can't afford to buy the cars just yet, automakers… » 11/20/14 11:11am 11/20/14 11:11am

What are the 10 best F1 Powered Cars??

Reading the recent post about Ferrari F50, being the last F1 engined road car, got me thinking. What other F1 powered cars are there? http://jalopnik.com/the-ferrari-f5... » 9/19/14 10:54am 9/19/14 10:54am

1968 Mercury Montego - ADVERTISEMENTS

I wish I was in Automotive Advertising all the way back in the 60's so I could have worked on some of these. Thankfully I was able to actually work on Advertising for Mercury before the brand was shut down, I tragically even worked on some of their "fade out" projects, aka Mercury Sunset. I like to think of myself as… » 9/11/14 10:31am 9/11/14 10:31am

Everyone at Jalopnik Has a Hard-on for the Miata!

Just wanted to make a short remark about what I've noticed (that we all already know) that practically everyone, the writers and even the readers here on Jalopnik get a hard-on for the Miata... and thats not a bad thing. After being a new owner I can see why! » 9/05/14 12:10am 9/05/14 12:10am

Seems like I own a MB W123 now..

I have tons of unused old(ish) computers and stuff laying about, so I put them up for sale.. I wrote in the ad that I might be willing to accept an old car as payment.. Today this bloke says he'd like to do a trade, his old MB W123 for my old computers.. » 9/02/14 4:39pm 9/02/14 4:39pm

Ride The Lightning - 2012 Tesla Model S Review

The newest bit of kit in the Classic Car Club is something different. It's the American-made, all-electric Tesla Model S. We've all heard the reviews, but after 500 miles of polar-bear friendly motoring, Classic Car Club can finally tell you what it's REALLY like. » 8/19/14 9:10am 8/19/14 9:10am