There has been a great deal of talk about the Holden Commodore lately thanks to the new GTS Maloo ute being powered by the LS7 V8 from the Camaro Z/28, so for today’s Dyno Blast feature, we head Down Under for a look at a Commodore in action. In stock form, the Holden Commodore packing [...]

This week’s weekly wallpaper ride is a 2000 Camaro SS in near mint condition. The classic coupe is owned by TECH addict 00SS4780 of Weaverville, North Carolina. His white ‘maro has every option available plus the SS package. Exterior modifications to this machine include chrome wheels, glossy berger panel and a LG Motorsports carbon fiber grille. A seriously, righteous ride [...]

When Ken Block released his Gymkhana series, he started a revolution in the way we all consume car videos. We no longer have to suffer through crappy video quality and just street races to see ridiculous antics. No, Gymkhana set us along a path that ultimately leads to videos like Tuerk’d, Car vs. Motorcyle, and [...]

Drive Buy? A BMW Z3 with an LS2

September 16, 2014

I’ve always found the original BMW M Coupe to be an oddly attractive car. Shooting brake designs are nothing new, but I’ll be damned if BMW’s doesn’t look completely unique. The only way to make what many deem the automotive equivalent of a clown shoe stand out even more is to add a big-ass wing [...]

Don’t Boot the El Camino Ute!

September 16, 2014

Personally, I miss the El Camino. It provided usability, power and a stance that couldn’t be beat. It was epic. Maybe not epic to drive because let’s face it, it was built in the 60’s and 70’s, but it was epic nonetheless. Here in the States, we haven’t had a resurgence of the El Camino [...]