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Despite a comfortable interior, the all-electric Jaguar I-Pace took me out of my comfort zone.
What a gorgeous automobile! I set up my TKCS-STL booth yesterday at the Edwardsville Police D.A.R.E. show. I’ve been going to this great show, off-and-on since 2010, and this was not the first time I had seen Edwardsville resident Gary Flood’s beautiful Oldsmobile.
The Volkswagen Golf Alltrack is an iconoclast. It doesn't seem to give a hoot if trend-setters think it's unhip or old-school.
The British daredevil was dragged down a track by a Porsche and released so he crossed a timing gate alone at the highest possible speed.
Now I don’t claim to be an expert on pre-war (WWII) cars, because those were well before my time! (Okay, a little before my time.) Fortunately there are a goodly number of folks out there who really appreciate the cars from that era. One of those is Phillip Karrico of Lebanon, IL.
It's an Edge with an edge.
There are plenty of attendees at the over-a-hundred-grand hot-rod-SUV party -- BMW X5 M, Mercedes-AMG GLE63, Porsche Cayenne Turbo, Range Rover Sport SVR -- but only one shows up wearing military fatigues: the Mercedes-AMG G63.
What a surprise awaited as I strolled West St. Louis street in Lebanon, Illinois Saturday night at the Lakers Car Club cruise—a rare sports car from Datsun! It was not the first time I’ve seen one of these “Japanese MGs”, but the last time was probably six decades ago, at least.