As most of you who read this magazine might know, I’m a car mechanic and I work for an Opel dealership. I get to see a lot of new technology from the front row, drive a lot of new cars every day, and there’s a decent amount of them I’m only able to afford when they are 5+ years old. [Read more…]
[ originally published: October 28, 2013 | updated: April 21, 2018 ]
Dennis is back! Okay. He’s really working hard to get back in the GBXM saddle. You might say he works as many jobs as Craig Sanderson (see page 42, this issue), only they’re all nearly full-time! Despite renovating a house as old as the United States, working full-time at an Opel dealership, AND joining the Dutch National Guard, Dennis has burned a little more midnight oil this month.
What follows is his conversation with Jordan Robinson, a recent Information Systems graduate from Virginia Commonwealth University currently working in the parts department of the local Toyota dealership. Isn’t it cool how we’re all interviewing people on the far side of the planet? [Read more…]
The 10th edition of the Sports Car Spring Rally took place in April 2012. As part of the tradition; it was held in Maastricht, The Netherlands, at the Novotel. A wide variety of cars were present as usual, varying quite a bit in value as well as in age. It was all about the cars that weekend, and the price of the cars or brand was insignificant.
No, it’s not a Transformer. No, it’s neither seeking to conquer nor save Planet Earth. But it sure sounds like it could be any of the above. It’s the Sigmatron, it’s a former concept car, and it’s literally one-of-a-kind.
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…]