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Z Odyssey Part 1: The Realization That We All Become Our Fathers

The Dastun 240Z is one of the most iconic sports cars of the 1970s, and, I’d argue, the 20th century. It is a timeless design coupled with old fashioned Japanese quality workmanship and engineering. I’ve tried to remember when I first fell in love with the S30, and I think I my appreciation began around…

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Recalibrating The Feed: What’s New, What’s Changing, What to Expect

On the death of “Every X For Sale in America”, a refocus on automotive journalism, and new Feed features.

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Shitbox Seance: The Gift and Curse of Loving Turds

A consideration of why we are the way we are (and some cars)

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The Second Rice Age: Cheap Gas, Empty Roads, Twelve Hundred Dollars, and You

The last major depression this country faced in 2008 basically killed the ricer fad, which had gained traction in the ’90s and was shot to the forefront of pop culture via 2001’s Fast and the Furious. Throughout the early to mid 00s cruising hangouts once once only graced by rumbling Camaros, Corvettes, and Mustangs were…

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My Adventure With “The Most Reliable Car Ever Built”, Part Three: Downtime

Editor’s note: This Understeer series tells the story of CCF contributor Netgear57’s 25 Year Law-imported 1991 Toyota Celsior, from the shores of Japan to the side of the road in El Paso. Check out Part One and Part Two if you haven’t. TOP TEXT “No. No, this isn’t happening,” I tried to convince myself. The…