Miatas, Nationals-winning Lotus Elise XP-class autocross car, Aerovault trailer #01, and cool cars from yesterday’s autocross.
This B2200 LE-5 belongs to a fella down the street. It is absolutely flawless. I wish it were in my garage and out of these nasty elements! [No rain in forecast for the next six days]... Elements!!
this is an instagram account worth following
Been a minute since I worked on this.
The best part? The seller has a marital disclosure. Yup, if he doesn’t get his price his wife will “cut him off like a pimp”.
I am pleased. The shop used all OEM parts and washed and vacuumed the car, too. They are billing Allstate (the other guy’s insurance) for the extra cost and parts they had to order. Allstate’s estimate didn’t include the tow hook covers nor did it include my bumper guard. And the OEM bumper was only a few dollars…
Almost spent $200 on a visor because it was covered under warranty, then it wasn’t, then it was again.
2.5L Turbo for the 2019 CX-5 is confirmed!
I think I have the automotive version of SAD (seasonal affective disorder): SAD-MC. As in, “Seriously, Another Dang Muscle Car?” Though SAD-MC would be an interesting DJ name.
A little RX-7 history
Prior to our finale, the wonderful world of wedge-shaped supercars nears.
With exotic cars on the horizon, a select few sport compacts soon fight back.
Mazda tries to go near-luxury with its updated Mazda6 Signature edition. Did they succeed? Watch the full review:
Kicking off the top half of our list in action, more serious contenders emerge.
I haven’t met with them in a couple years because they’re two hours away and it’s harder to go that far with an 18-month-old son and other assorted adult responsibilities. Today, we made time and went up for a cruise and a tour of the Jim Beam distillery.
2019 compared to the 2018 version
There’s just no comparison here at all. And if you think that’s unfair, remember that these two compact hatchbacks both debuted in 2004: