Whilst browsing the interwebs today, one of my favorite car groups on Facebook, Obscure Cars For Sale, produced an ad for a quite obscure car, indeed.
I learned of this very recently, but Logan director James Mangold is directing a film about the Ford and Ferrari feud of the 1960s. It’s starring Matt Damon as Carroll Shelby, Christian Bale as Ken Miles, and Jon Bernthal as Lee Iacocca.
In Short: hell yes.
A logo like that deserves high quality synthwave.
Last week’s Cars and Coffee was a true return to form for Birmingham area car meets.
Last week, I took a trip to BMW’s Zentrum museum in Spartanburg, South Carolina. While there, I took a stroll through the gift shop, where they had a large selection of great BMW diecasts to choose from. Me being the poor LALD’er that I am, couldn’t go for the $100+ 1/18 Kyosho models, so I decided to retreat to a…
More of this Little Red Corvette will be coming your way when it’s time.
It was truly great to be back.
I heard that today’s meet at Brookwood was at 7 AM
Courtesy of the BMW CCA Foundation
Today is no regular Friday, it is in fact Sportscar Together day, as Porsche calls it.
His purple majesty would have been 60 today.
Today I returned to the BMW Zentrum in Spartanburg, SC. I visited here last year, but was keen to see if anything had changed and also to visit the BMW CCA foundation that was also recommended to me. There were a few changes and the CCA was hosting an exhibition for 2002s.
The Renegade is to Jeep what The Last Jedi is to Star Wars.
Clean 924. What else is there to say?
I’ve got one for the day. I’ll review it later.
I’ve already been to Sheetz once and the Outback drove like a charm.