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A military LMTV could make the perfect overlanding RV

By Brandan Gillogly | February 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

Ten-hut! Our latest Bring a Trailer find is a U.S. military surplus 1998 Stewart & Stevenson Light Medium Tactical Vehicle 1078. Can you imagine rolling into a campground with this beast? The LMTV specification debuted in 1996 and was based on a design by Steyr. Stewart & Stevenson, a Texas company, was the first U.S. … Continue reading “A military LMTV could make the perfect overlanding RV”

Osaka Auto Messe 2019 Pt. II

By admin | February 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

When you attend your local, or not so local, car show you’re bound to find countless examples of cars built to look almost exactly like a handful of other cars at the event. It’s a given that styles and trends influence build styles, but when they’re lined up in front of you, you realize just … Continue reading “Osaka Auto Messe 2019 Pt. II”

1974 Mazda RX-3 – Rotary Revival

By admin | February 14, 2019 | 0 Comments

Two decades into the new millennium and classic rotary-powered cars from the ’70s are thin on the ground. While you’ll have little trouble finding an affordable FD Mazda RX-7 on Craigslist and the like, its predecessors have largely disappeared into wrecking yards or—especially on the snow-and-salt side of the country—turned to dust. “It was a … Continue reading “1974 Mazda RX-3 – Rotary Revival”

The New Mini Cooper John Cooper Works GP Will Make More Than 300 HP

By admin | February 13, 2019 | 0 Comments

If you want a car that’s small, light, and fun to drive, a Mini Cooper is a great choice. But if you want power, Mini doesn’t have a lot to offer. Even the $32,750 John Cooper Works Hardtop only makes 228 hp. But when the newest high-performance Mini finally goes on sale next year, it will … Continue reading “The New Mini Cooper John Cooper Works GP Will Make More Than 300 HP”

The New Mini Cooper John Cooper Works GP Will Make More Than 300 HP

By admin | February 13, 2019 | 0 Comments

If you want a car that’s small, light, and fun to drive, a Mini Cooper is a great choice. But if you want power, Mini doesn’t have a lot to offer. Even the $32,750 John Cooper Works Hardtop only makes 228 hp. But when the newest high-performance Mini finally goes on sale next year, it will … Continue reading “The New Mini Cooper John Cooper Works GP Will Make More Than 300 HP”

1968 Datsun 510 – One-of-a-Kind Dime

By admin | February 13, 2019 | 0 Comments

You know very well the mere mention of JDM Legends will mean something crazy good is about to cross your path. It will be a car that has been restored to beyond pristine with attention to detail few can rival, and the very embodiment of how we define “special” within the car community. Let’s call … Continue reading “1968 Datsun 510 – One-of-a-Kind Dime”

Hondas of Osaka Auto Messe 2019

By admin | February 12, 2019 | 0 Comments

On the surface, Osaka Auto Messe looks like a smaller version of the iconic Tokyo Auto Salon, full of vehicle debuts, new parts on display, and plenty of wild, eccentric styling that may or may not set the tone for the months that follow. But move in a little closer and you’ll find that this … Continue reading “Hondas of Osaka Auto Messe 2019”

Osaka Auto Messe 2019 Pt I

By admin | February 11, 2019 | 0 Comments

Entering the month of February means two things. First, time is flying by and before we know it, it’ll be summer again. Second, it means that SEMA, PRI, Tokyo Auto Salon and Detroit Auto Show are all in the rear view mirror, leaving just one big industry show to cover: Osaka Auto Messe. OAM, now … Continue reading “Osaka Auto Messe 2019 Pt I”

Osaka Auto Messe 2019 Pt I

By admin | February 11, 2019 | 0 Comments

Entering the month of February means two things. First, time is flying by and before we know it, it’ll be summer again. Second, it means that SEMA, PRI, Tokyo Auto Salon and Detroit Auto Show are all in the rear view mirror, leaving just one big industry show to cover: Osaka Auto Messe. OAM, now … Continue reading “Osaka Auto Messe 2019 Pt I”

Citroën celebrates 100 years of creativity, innovation, and quirkiness

By Ronan Glon | February 11, 2019 | 0 Comments

Citroën has spent an overwhelming majority of its century in business delicately balancing a surplus of creativity and a shortage of funds. Throughout the ‘50s and ‘60s, its research and development department oozed with innovation as it attempted to reinvent and rejuvenate automobile design and engineering. What motorists saw in showrooms was only the tip of … Continue reading “Citroën celebrates 100 years of creativity, innovation, and quirkiness”