• Lotus Elise Customization

    One of the wonderful things about auto-customization is that there’s so many ways of expressing yourself through your A to B device. A fresh, personalized paintjob. A slick new spoiler. An unabashed exhaust’s roar. It’s almost limitless really, hampered only by imagination and a practical budget. The flip side of that coin is the consensus […]

  • 1921 Lincoln Restoration Project

    Now this is a piece of history! What you’re looking at is the oldest operating Lincoln in the world. After being around for nearly a century, she’s as original as she is ancient, but still starts and runs just fine. Her long life and great condition is due to no small part by the hands […]

  • Geely Owns Lotus

    Geely owns Lotus. Now, I imagine, almost all of you are thinking, “Who, or what, is Geely?”. And a few of you might be thinking, “Who, or what is Lotus?” First things first – Geely is a very large, very profitable Chinese auto manufacturer. If you’re familiar with the name, you are probably: A person […]

  • Elemental Versus Automatic

    Last week, I drove a 1952 MG-TD. I’ve driven one before; quite a few times, actually. But I hadn’t driven one for over 30 years, and I had forgotten just how raw and visceral the driving experience is in a short-wheelbase, open-air sports car of that era. It is very much an elemental versus automatic […]

  • The Unexpected Jewel 2

    This post is the second (and different) part of the situation you sometimes find yourself in – a random discovery of a car that you suddenly buy. This is “the unexpected jewel 2” part of that equation. A few weeks ago, I wrote about happening upon a car while I wasn’t looking for a car, […]