The venerable Jaguar XJ is 50 years old, and what a life it’s had. Cloaked in the veil of dubious British opulence for most of its life, it’s hard to say that its had the easiest time in this world, but it sure has had quite an impact on the world. From being the car of choice of many British government agents, on and…
Every so often, there comes along a pivoting point in automotive history, where a storied brand is faced with a decision: change or die. We’ve seen it happen with many brand within the past 20 years, some of which heeded the message and changed for the better and some of which completely ignored it and crumbled under…
C&C is going back to the old joint!
Here’s some pictures from Saturday. I’m too tired to write out a whole thing, so I hope you enjoy. I’ll answer any questions in the comments.
I’ll upload the rest of the pics eventually.
Now that we’ve ended the Forza 7 runs, I’ve decided to fill in the gaps with some of the cars we’ve lost over the years in previous Forza games! The times on some of these are a bit trickier as changes may have been made to the in-game track as the years go on, but I’ve done my best to keep everything fair!
I know some D21 owners who are ready to go to war with Doug over that line.
Cause we should be. It’s certainly striking.
People actually bought 2005 Corvettes with 4-speed automatics.
No, not that Jazz.
As some of you more keen-eyed viewers of Oppoship may know already, I am quite a fan of the Malaise-era of automobiles. For those who don’t know, the malaise era is best defined as the era of automaking that began in the 1970s around the era of the fuel-crisis, leading up until 1996 when OBDII became the standard for…
My trip to Pittsburgh is just around the corner, and I’m pretty excited. The main reason I’m putting together this post, though, is that I’m looking for stuff to do in the area.
I enjoyed Infinity War.
And honestly, they’re not that bad, not too expensive either.
The LS500 is more beautiful, fascinating, and more impressive than the S-Class, 7 Series, or A8.
Picture it: it was 2004. America was gearing up for a run in the middle east, radios were being seduced by the edgy tones of Evanescence, and Spider-Man 2 was breaking box-office records. Morale was all over the place and a lot of people were trying to mull their post-9/11 woes in as many mediums as possible. The car…