Yes, I admit that I may actually be crazy, which you were probably already thinking when you read that "E60 M5 Was The Last Four-Door Supercar
Was messing around on craigslist and found the ad below. Part of me wants to buy it, and make my parents hate me more when I ask to store it at their house where i slowly fix it. The other part of me wants to buy it with a group of oppos that can store it in the burgh and try to make a Lemons car. The third part of me… »
1990 LX Mustang Convertible - $500 (Poplar)
I have an '90 Ford Mustang LX Convertible 25th anniversary, 4 cyl auto. Has a spare set of convertible doors, extra '90 rear bumper and an extra 85-86 LX front bumper. Chrome American Racing 15" 4 lug wheels with 95% on goodyear eagle st tires. Complete car except for missing… »
According to the lemons schedule for next year, THEY'RE COMING TO BARBER!
I'm really excited because it's only two hours away and it's a gorgeous track. It's good enough for Indy car so it'll do for shitty cars. I'm really excited. The race is in February, so I should just buy a car and start building now. If only...
I found a good article about the real-world costs of running a team on Speed:Sport:Life, entitled: Racer Boy: 24 Hours of LeMons or Endurace Racing for the Financially and Mentally Challenged. I also found the Car and Driver article, Beaters Rule! The 24 Hours of LeMons. It's a good read if you haven't already seen it. … »
So as many of us has read earlier, Ford is pulling support for one of its NHRA series. Not a huge deal, all things considered, but it got me pondering about where Ford - and, by extension, other OEMs - could best invest its marketing and racing dollars. Obviously it would remain in NASCAR, because of the installed… »
So the sad day has come, this wonderful race car may not be seeing the track again anytime soon. We had a team, we had plans, we had a car, but alas, the team has disbanded, the new team-members have bailed, my friend and I are left with a car that is precariously close to missing the next event. »
I work at a place called the Classic Car Club Manhattan; a private club where members get the keys to some of the most iconic cars ever built. I was recruited young, just 19 years old. Initially I was only meant to be a temp, but Mike & Zac (owners/directors) decided to keep me around. I developed a passion for the… »