It’s Forum Friday. Time for gearhead news from across the web. I’ve had one hell of a rough month, so it’ s been a struggle even to make it to my own home boards, but I’ve got a forum-related story for you today all the same. Let’s get this weekend started! [Read more…]
Archives for April 2012
A growing number of automakers have pure electric vehicles available these days, but EVs are still relatively scarce. And what do we – the gearheads – know about them? They’re expensive. They don’t go very far. They don’t go very fast. Most of them (at least on the American grid) are charged from coal-fired power plants, making them even dirtier than the conventional cars they replaced.
Oh, and they’re driven by tree-hugging hippies who don’t care about automotive performance. [Read more…]
Mike Little has quite a collection of cars. A collection of cars many enthusiasts would love to own separately, let alone all together. Luckily, we got the chance to interview him, see for ourselves what he and his cars are about, and hear his stories. Today, we start with what Mike reffers to as ‘The Beast’… One with a bit of imagination knows enough now… [Read more…]
Once upon a time, my friend Kamil Kaluski, a true gearhead, found himself staring down the barrel of fatherhood. He was living and working in downtown Boston and, without a proper house, garage, and three never-ending projects, he created a website as an outlet for his automotive passion. That website was called CarGuyDad. He’s since moved on to help run Hooniverse, but the term “Car Guy Dad” has always resonated with me.