YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT helps keep us creating new and better content for THE CRANKY SHOW. Enjoy & stay styrene addicted. CREDITS: "Moov ...
Sports Car Racer Oscar Koveleski, 88 | SPEED SPORT SPEED SPORT [...]
Maserati MC20 review: we blast-off in the prototype supercar CAR Magazine [...]
Nissan's turnaround plan: chief operating officer Ashwani Gupta on the post-Ghosn recovery CAR Magazine [...]
2020: The Year in Car and Driver Magazine Covers Car and Driver [...]
Designing the future: creating the cars of Cyberpunk 2077 CAR Magazine [...]
Practical Performance Car Magazine ("PPC") is a British car magazine published monthly by Blockhead Media. The magazine uses the strap-lines "Performance Tuning for Grown Ups" and "Building, tuning & buying real-world performance cars".
The magazine takes an expert DIY approach to its stated interest areas (above), covering topics in three distinct sections.
In addition, they are currently Associate Sponsors of the LMA Euro Saloons Championship.
This section of the magazine generally includes articles of interest, feature cars, news and updates on those cars owned by the magazine's staff and its readership.
This section of the magazine generally includes technical and expert-technical articles on a very wide range of topics such as modifications to the chassis,...
RT @ClanCrusader: The proper wheels would arrive the day AFTER the magazine shoot with @CKCMagazine, wouldn’t they. Ignoring that though…
“Yank out alien organs dripping in glowing alien blood. ” This cheery invitation greets children 7 and under from the box of a toy called Dissect-an-Alien. Toys aren't what they used to be Have you noticed what kinds of toys your children have been playing with lately. How are some of the new types of games and toys affecting them. Electronics and vivid graphics have added a new dimension to our children's toys. Benefits of playtime When most of us reminisce about our childhood, we cannot help but think about our play with siblings, friends, pets and toys. Whether we had many toys or only a few, we all remember our favorite teddy bears, dolls,.
[via United Church of God El Paso]
There's been a "Bigger is better" movement in Hot Rodding the last several years-witness GM, Ford and Chrysler all selling mega hp 500+ inch crate engines. Aftermarket companies like Edelbrock,ATK and Blueprint engines all sell monster motors as well as stroker kits to make a 350 Chevy into a 383, a 360 Mopar into a 408,a 351 Ford into a 427, etc, etc. But not everyone can afford 10 or 15 grand for a custom crate motor. But don't despair-there are a lot of "forgotten" engines that can still make big power for low bucks. Small-Block Chevy. Whenever someone says "Small Block Chevy" everyone automatically thinks "350". However-from 1958-67 the 283 V8 was available in just about every Chevrolet.
[via Muscle Car Mastermind]
via CAR Magazine]
New Tesla Model X hands-on review: six reasons it'll shake up the crossover scene It’s the largest new member of the fledgling Tesla family and is built on the same platform as the Model S saloon. CAR was granted special access at Geneva for an in-depth, hands-on review of the Tesla Model X. Is it enough to tempt buyers away from ... [...]
via Salt Lake Tribune]
Honda Fit: Subcompact big on cargo space, legroom At only 13.3 feet long, the Fit is also a recommended buy of Consumer Reports magazine ... The Fit's small exterior helps the car fit into small urban parking spaces without fuss. The steering in the test-driven model had a light feel, and visibility ... [...]
6 Absolutely Free Events to Check Out in Honolulu in March 2016 Bring your kids for stylish updos (mermaid braids and shark ‘dos). Keiki can get their photos with costumed characters, while grownups can snap a photo in front of the 1916 model T car. There are 12 fashion shows coming up this month during Ala Moana ... [...]
Forget the BRZ, Subaru is working on a mid-engine sports car According to an insider who spoke to Car & Driver, Subaru is testing a mid-engine prototype at the Tochigi proving grounds in Japan. Little is known about the model but the magazine is reporting the prototype is based on a modified BRZ and features a ... [...]
First Impressions: Cannondale’s Slate Front Suspension All-Road Bike With an entry point of of $2,980.00 USD for a Shimano 105-equipped model, a $3,520.00 USD Ultegra model ... I kept looking over my shoulder thinking a car was shadowing us. On the flats leading up to the climb I tried riding with the fork locked out ... [...]
A GM driver tests a 2021 Cadillac Escalade SUV with Super Cruise hands-free driving assistance. Photo: general motors/Reuters Auto makers are starting to sell cars with automated steering and speed control to ease what they say is the tedium of...
For many, 2020 will go down as the strangest year in memory. One thing has remained constant, however. The love affair between Americans and their motoring machinery endures. Every week The Wall Street Journal’s My Ride column profiles vehicles and owners with surprising stories. Here’s a look back on some highlights of 2020....
The past few years have seen an abundance of great cars, with more choices than ever for consumers. Manufacturers have also pushed the boundaries of performance, reaching new heights for their machines that seemed impossible at the turn of the century. With so many brilliant cars out there, the classic cars of tomorrow will have to really stand out to be remembered above everything else....