2. Found a friend at Kroger. Man would this Fox make a great project.

  3. hamburgerfantasy:


    (Source: wowthatcars, via dubinthed)

  4. Got my wagon key chain! I’m loving the stamps too.

  5. VWs are fine today. Its the Volvo that’s in the garage.


  6. american horror story: LS swaps in everything

    (Source: s-ms, via downforcedominion)

  7. donraketo:

    Dieses Fotomodel* steht zum Verkauf.

    * 1989 Chevrolet Caprice Classic Station Wagon

    There’s something I’ve always liked about these and the Malibu wagons of the same era.

    (via wagonation)

  8. thatyellowvolvoguy:


    Cadillac Tails through the years

    very cool, ‘48/49 is the sweet spot for me :)

  9. paulgraz:

    "Bye My Volvo", the 3rd video in the series.

    (Source: youtube.com, via wagonation)

  10. wagonation:


    #Audi #RS4 #Avant #Hobart #Tasmania

    Meanwhile in Australia …

  11. motoriginal:

    Motoriginal Product Spotlight: An Automotive Library Must Have

    I’ll start off with direct words from the author to get the best feeling of what this book is:

    "This is not a book about cars. At least, not in the sense of technology, production engineering, crash-testing, environmental impact, dynamics or motor racing. It is not about industry or manufacturing. You will find no references to power outputs, speed, acceleration… Nor is it about the mundane torment of commuting in serial tedium. It is not about the raw data - the economics, the beans, the counters… My subject is the more elusive one of art."

    If you have a half decent car book library then you need to leave a pretty thick space for Cars: Freedom, Style, Sex, Power, Motion, Colour, Everything, by Stephen Bayley or if you’d like to start a library this book is the right way to do it. It’s a great gift too (that’s how I got it).

    It’s a 384 page, amazingly detailed look into the most important, iconic cars ever built with descriptions of each car starting with the Ford Model T in 1908, ending with 2003 BMW 5-Series and 84-more culture shaping cars in between, some of which you may have never heard but you’ll be happy that you did.

    Everything about the book is beautiful starting with the gray suede cover to the durable, black outer slipcase keeping the suede in good condition. It looks great on a bookshelf or as a coffee table piece but the real beauty is looking through the black & white photography to really get a sense of the amount of details that went into making these rolling pieces of art.

    Those who enjoy reading about how cars have given people freedom, a sense of exploration & personal expression, and how they’ve shaped culture as a whole then the first 30 pages or so are for you. If you just love to study and gaze at the beauty that makes up interesting vintage, classic, and modern cars then you will get lost in the rest of the 350 pages.

    Every aspiring automotive: designer, enthusiast, critic, writer, salesperson, historian, or employee should have to study this book before starting and open it up at least twice a year as inspiration. You’ll notice something new upon each read.

    You can purchase the book directly from Motoriginal’s Amazon Store and all Product Spotlights will be up on the sidebar of the Motoriginal page for the time being.

    If you have product suggestions, or would like to advertise your product or service on Motoriginal to half a million people, drop me a line. Be on the lookout for more Product Spotlights in the near future, as I’ll be trying to do it once a week. Thanks for looking!

    The want is stronggg. 

    (via motomania)

  12. carpr0n:

    Starring: ‘65 Panhard 24 CT
    (by pontfire)

  13. Awesome color.

    (Source: beakersblog)

  14. wagonation:

    This Aston Martin Virage based shooing brake is all sorts of awesome.  It is also for sale in France.  (via the Blenheim Gang and thanks to Anonymous for the tip!)

    Well time to take a trip to France.

  15. combustible-contraptions:

    The Late Great Alberto Ascari

    Alberto Ascari | July 13, 1918 – May 26, 1955 | Italian racing driver | Double Formula One World Champion | He is 1 of only 2 Italian Formula One World Champions in the history of the sport | Ascari is the only one to win his two championships in a Ferrari

    Ferrari Tipo 375 - 500 | 1952 Indy 500 | Ended Year as World Champion
    Ferrari Tipo 500 | 1953 British Grand Prix | Ended Year as World Champion
    Ferrari Lancia D50 | 1955 Monaco Grand Prix | DNF due to crashing into the harbour | 4 days later, he had a fatal crash at Curva del Vialone in Monza, testing a Ferrari 750 Monza sports car | The high-speed corner at Monza was replaced with a chicane and renamed Variante Ascari in his honor

    Incredible liife, and beautiful photos.

    (via sic56)