Michelin Presents Wallpaper Wednesday: 1963 Chrysler Turbine Car
If you’re like me, when you were a kid you dreamed about having a jet car which sounded like a fighter plane and shot fire for half a block out the back. Or maybe I’m just special? But regardless of whether you shared my pyrotechnic fantasies, Chrysler’s 1963 Turbine car is pretty cool. And unlike most […] More »
Behold this week’s wallpaper – a 1968 Dodge Coronet R/T with a 440 cubic-inch Magnum V8 under its custom purple hood. The Road/Track runner was described by Dodge brochures of the day as “Just the hottest thing going since the cast-iron stove,” which might explain why there isn’t a 707 horsepower version of the Coronet today. That’s […] More »
Mike and Larry Alexander built the Dodge Deora concept for the 1967 Detroit Autorama, and it looks like a sci-fi pickup from a future that never was. And by that, we mean it looks wicked. Who cares if there was only a 100hp Slant Six under the hood? We don’t. 10/10 would drive. Chime in […] More »
I’m about to make a startling admission—I like minivans. And really, what’s not to like? I’m not saying I want to take one corner carving up in the canyons on a Saturday afternoon, but they’re practical, roomy, and plush versions are loaded with bells and whistles to keep children—or hungover bachelor party survivors—entertained in the back […] More »
Yup, it’s got a Hemi—and you can hear it from four miles away. The Chrysler Victory Siren was designed for use during the Cold War, and it’s the most powerful siren ever built. Since tensions with the Soviet Union never escalated to point America’s home soil was attacked.