Monday is Labor Day for most folks, but here at Daily Turismo, we celebrate Loony Labor Day with a special day of the craziest cars you can find for sale on the interwebs. And we need your help. Send us the craziest stuff you can find for sale. Send the crazy stuff to firstname.lastname@example.org Car […]
Pardon the mess. DT is changing the provider of our e-mail list service — this means that if you got the old Daily DT E-Mail blast, you might have noticed that it stopped arriving in your inbox — don’t fret, it isn’t your fault, it is the fault of google sunsetting their “feedburner” program that […]
Another day, another new online marketplace for collector cars. Yes, Hagerty has put their name into the hat of places where you can buy and sell classic cars. The question isn’t “do we need another place to over pay for nostalgic cars?” but “which way will this drive prices?” Obviously, I am against the seller-friendly-buyer-pays-and-takes-all-the-risk […]
Rejoice! The DT 2022 Calendars are now available. We tried to print 2021 calendars 3 different times last year and EACH time there was a new and unique problem with the calendar. It was madness. But late in 2021 I pushed through an updated new 2022 year version of the calendar and ordered a sample […]
Hey DT readers, I’m looking for an Eagle Summit for sale anywhere in cyberspace — no, not planning on upgrading the wife’s daily driver (but that is a good thought) but I am looking for any Eagle Summit for sale (1st gen 1989-1992 preferred over 2nd gen 1992-1996) in the world for a special feature […]
Happy New Year 2022 to all DT readers, commenters, tippers, spammers, and yackers. We at DT appreciate everything you guys do each day to make this site lively and interesting with your witty comments and stunning tips. Hoping you the best in 2022. -DT Editor Vince
Happy Thanksgiving to all the DT readers, motorheads, freaks, geeks, and Mercury Monarch fans out there in cyberspace. We are taking the day off to eat some turkey, but will be back tomorrow with a Bracq Friday special that should make your mustache quiver with anticipation. Now…go eat some turkey.
It is that time of year again. Get ready for Bracq Friday. Yes, you read that correctly, here at Daily Turismo, we use the day after Turkey day to celebrate French mustache enthusiast and car designer and artist Paul Bracq in a celebration that is known worldwide as Bracq Friday. Paul Bracq is a French […]
Hey DT Readers — the Google Feedburner application that we’ve used for years to send out the daily email blasts has been discontinued by Google (thank’s Goog) and is dead effective today. Unfortunately, this means that we need to transfer the hundreds of daily DT email readers to a new platform — probably MailChimp or […]
Just a short note to DT readers to enjoy your Memorial Day weekend and don’t forget the fallen heroes of wars past and present. “Courage is almost a contradiction in terms. It means a strong desire to live taking the form of readiness to die.” –G.K. Chesterson.
Memorial Day was originally known as Decoration Day to honor the 110,000 troops killed in action during the American Civil War. In 1967 the final Monday of May was declared a federal holiday for all soldiers who have died in service.
If you have extra cash from the sale of your rotary powered 4X4 Alfa Romeo Spider, please consider donating a few bucks to a veteran’s charity, like the Wounded Warrior Project, DAV.org (Disabled American Veterans), or Hope for the Warriors.