I have a Flying Lizard lanyard on my key chain , and I've had the same one since I got it at my first ALMS Race in 07'. I do every once and a while get people that ask about it, mostly because Flying Lizard is a bit funny sounding. » 8/19/14 1:03pm 8/19/14 1:03pm

The Mass Cruisers Cruise night at Bass Pro in Foxboro MA. It started as a pokey cruise night down at a bar by my house and now hosts between 800 to almost 2000 (depending on weather) cars and motorcycles of all types every other Thursday. » 8/15/14 11:46am 8/15/14 11:46am

Its a buzzword associated with autonomous military aircraft and abused by the media to get ratings for any puff piece and filler story with a unmanned aircraft, autonomous or controlled, hobbiest or official. Now it gets overused and the uneducated associate two very different things as the same. This is the reason… » 7/24/14 9:18pm 7/24/14 9:18pm

When I hit my retirement, besides my stable of muscle cars I'm going to want a comfortable sedan for everyday usage.... And since I'll be raking in the post retirement moola I'm going to want a jaguar XJ. I love this car, it has all the style, refinement, power and comfort a aged engineer could want. » 7/21/14 11:53am 7/21/14 11:53am

Holy hell, that looks absolutly bloody fantastic. The thing that would be the kicker though is it would need to compete with the corvettes in the sound department. Good god those corvettes leave an impression. I've heard the coyote in race guise and it's pretty awesome, but I don't know if it's lemans corvette… » 7/18/14 12:01pm 7/18/14 12:01pm

XJ Jeep Cherokee without a doubt. You can do any kind of activity with it from autocross to hardcore 4- wheeling to drag racing, they are cheep as dirt, remarkably safe, easy to wrench on, get decent gas mileage for an SUV and there is just enough room in the back for a hardcore make out session the list goes on. » 7/16/14 11:39am 7/16/14 11:39am

It sounds like your too stupid to understand that the Jeep is a purest brand built on the foundation of simple vehicles that were capable off road weather or not they had a "trail rated" badge or not. And that foundation has been chipped away for 10 years while Stupid people made excuses why each little part of the… » 7/11/14 3:53pm 7/11/14 3:53pm

Well since there isn't anything made currently that is remotely similar to the Utility Vehicles of old. No wonder people are spending more for older Utility vehicles. Anyone in the market for a work/ off road capable vehicle would take one look at the modern Explorer or Cherokee or land cruiser and say "Fuck that" and… » 7/11/14 3:21pm 7/11/14 3:21pm

It's not about how much it costs now after 40 years it's about how affordable it was when new. And when this was new it was significantly higher than any proper muscle car. Just because the Roadrunner appreciated and the mercedes depreciated doesn't mean anything. It's a luxury sedan with huge balls, not a muscle car. » 7/11/14 12:40pm 7/11/14 12:40pm