The 1967 Dodge Charger "2000 First Edition", there was something about the smooth steel color, red interior, and (at the time) new star wheels that was perfect to me. I never let anyone touch it, and I still have it in pristine condition. The rear taillights were also painted red, which was a nice touch. » 10/23/14 11:17pm 10/23/14 11:17pm

I know I'm beating a 22-year-old dead horse here, but WHY DOES HONDA CONTINUE TO REFUSE THE U.S. ANY SORT OF TYPE R PERFORMANCE VEHICLES? Seriously, just bring over a couple thousand as low-volume sellers and see what happens, we never wanted the Crosstour. Ever. » 9/29/14 10:35am 9/29/14 10:35am

Nah, let'em rot. You can go on and on about heritage and Enzo, but it still doesn't shake the fact that the company (as of late) is so far up its own asshole that it can see its teeth. Mclaren and Lamborghini won hearts while Ferrari was burning bridges. » 9/18/14 4:37pm 9/18/14 4:37pm

I kinda wince every time I see a base model. Not because it's probably an automatic, or that it's just FWD, but because the owner probably thinks they bought a WRX/STI. There are better cars in that price range if you can't afford the "hot" version. » 9/10/14 12:56pm 9/10/14 12:56pm