Welcome to Leap Day on DT, where we look at cars ready to take the Leap from depreciated crap to appreciating classic: This last leaper (not a leper) comes from those thrill seeking nuts at Mazda, the company that has taken over the sporty Japanese market that Nissan abandoned around the time they shed the […]
It’s February 29th and Monday, so that means a special What Am I? Leap Day edition, where the car has taken a leap into something. The vehicle in question came in as a tip from FuelTruck, and was based on something from a factory, but what was this? What was I? Comments below.
Welcome to Leap Day on DT, where we look at cars ready to take the Leap from depreciated crap to appreciating classic: The first generation Mazda RX-7 (SA/FB) was sold from 1978 through 1985 that offered a combination of spinning rotary power, cat-like reflexes, and pop-up headlights that few other cars can match, but they […]
Welcome to Leap Day on DT, where we look at cars ready to take the Leap from depreciated crap to appreciating classic: The E36 generation BMW M3 is ready to take that leap, just look at the E30 M3, E28 M5, and E34 M5 market in the past 5 years. Sure, BMW cranked out way […]
Words and Tip by Andy L: Let me extol the virtues of this rare 1988 Supercharged MR2. Finding this much awesome in such a small package for such a low price is highly unusual, as many of you already know. For us mortals, a good mid-engined sports car is difficult to obtain. Sure, you can […]
Welcome to Sunday Drive-In, a weekly celebration of stuff on the internet worth watching. If you don’t already regularly tune in for Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, you are seriously missing out — it is arguably one of the best automotive themed shows on the web. Frankly, I was disappointed by the episode with President […]