Your eyes are not deceiving you, this is a real life Holden Commodore rolling through downtown Chicago on May 2nd. Our friend Seán Johandes from Chicagoland Petrolheads and Car Spotters caught this right hand drive UTE rolling down Indiana Ave and 18th Street in the south Loop area. A quick look up of the YouTube… Read More REAL HOLDEN UTE SPOTTED IN CHICAGO!
Earlier in the week, a Chicagoland Petrolheads and Car Spotters post came up reporting a stolen classic Camaro. Stories like this are usually bleak, with many posts like this staying unsolved for an eternity. In fact, car-jackings are a pandemic in the Chicagoland area as of late. And let’s not get started on wheel thefts,… Read More Chicagoland Petrolheads Help Recover Stolen Chevy Camaro
Editor’s note: Dominick’s passion for his Marauder transcends most obstacles and follies that would have your average enthusiast throw in the towel and give up. Seeing his post today on Facebook made me realize that giving up and putting things off is simply a waste of an opportunity to learn, and gain experience. He’s a… Read More High Mileage Marauder Is Far More Than Just A Car
Last month I got offered a huge opportunity, to record music out by New York City and get paid for it. Normally anyone would fly, but the recording studio had asked the drummer and I to bring our own gear. So a set of wheels was needed. It would be 14 hours of driving time… Read More Driving A Borrowed Chrysler Across Country
The Mopar ’17 Challenger is everything you’d expect it to be.… Read More Mopar ’17 Dodge Challenger Celebrates 80 Years Of Mopar
We all have the dream of hitting those winning numbers. If luck is on your side, you should pick up these rides For car fanatics, it always starts small. A poster on your wall, a matchbox car, a movie, a game, attending a car show with your parents or friends. At some point you see… Read More 5 Best Cars To Get When You Win The Lotto
Work, adventures, friends and more with a $300 van. Two years ago I bought a 1993 Ford E-250 for $300 and that was the asking price. All it needed was fresh gas and a fresh battery and I drove it home. As a band member, I needed a van to get the crew and gear… Read More How to Keep a $300 Van on the Road for 30,000 Miles and Counting
Being a car junkie, I’m always thinking outside of the box of “automotive builds” with many variations of cosmetic and performance traits. “What would be refreshing to see at a car show?” I find myself asking this often. With that being said I discovered a forum about this type of LS4 swap and knew it… Read More This Saturn SL1 Defines The Term “Sleeper”
Do you ever need a replacement part for your car, but are running tight on funds to go the dealership? Perhaps you want to learn how to work on your car, but do not wish to risk ruining your own. The solution to these issues is the nearest junkyard. Back in 2008 when the general… Read More How Junkyards Are Thrift Shops For Car Enthusiasts
Is the so-called “smart car” making us less intelligent drivers? I say yes. Back when cars were first mass-produced for the public, they were complicated machines. You had to crank them to start them, be able to identify all of the fluids, let them warm up and give yourself plenty of time to slow down.… Read More Are Smart Cars Making Us Less Intelligent?