1962 Aston Martin DB4: It’s Only Mostly Dead

It doesn’t run. It barely rolls. All the rustable parts have rusted.  Frankly, it looks like Raoul Silva’s goons took their guns to it for a couple of hours. Still, I love it. I LOVE the look of it. I love the backstory. What I really really love is the chance to shoot it in a…

1965 Chevrolet Biscayne: What a Difference…

… A whole lot of time and money make. This is what “my” 1965 Chevrolet Biscayne could have been if not for my sisters, a broken idler arm, terminal rust and a budget funded by $2.52/hr BK Lounge money. According to the owner, this car avoided its date with the glue factory due to perseverance, money, nostalgia,…

#SuckerForARedFord

That’s me. Maybe that what doomed the Lincoln and the Flex – Lack of Red.

Cadillac Seville

When these cars came out, I thought the bustle-back rear looked like it had been crushed. Most likely by a roving band of circus elephants out to save society from itself, starting with ugly cars. In this case, it’s redundant.

1967 Ford Thunderbird

Finally! A roadside junkyard I could explore, behind the Hackberry General Store on Route 66.