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We've previously expressed a fondness for the practical benefits of a full sized luxury SUV, however, an enthusiast will still point out that an 18' long 6,000lb vehicle lacks the dynamic driving experience of a small sporty car. I am happy to announce that I've found an excellent and easy solution to this conundrum! Just … Continue reading How to make your 6,000lb luxury SUV feel like a sports car in three easy steps!
If you don't already listen to CarsYeah! podcasts hosted by Mark Greene, you should! He has great guests including automotive authors, racing drivers, and industry professionals. I am the 1,054th guest! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqM0_RjYOH0&t=155s The audio is available directly here Show notes available here, along with audio Have a listen, and let me know what you think! Make sure … Continue reading BRANDON SHRIVER ON CARSYEAH!
An interesting article, bringing a recollection of a certain 1967 Camaro. Our ‘67 had the same 250 cube six, but with a floor shifted three speed. We traded it for the ‘69 Firebird 400. There was a noticeable difference in power no matter what the author of this article recalls! https://www.hemmings.com/blog/2018/04/08/hot-rod-stovebolts-and-other-chevrolet-six-cylinder-memories/?refer=news
I have always loved this generation Riviera. While I don't know much about them, there's some good insight here. A manual transmission would make it much more appealing, but a laid back cruiser has some charm as well. https://www.hemmings.com/blog/2018/02/21/nine-reasons-to-own-a-1971-73-buick-riviera/ Header image from Hemmings.com