Just another Mid-Engine Supercar for the fabulously wealthy client who would rather own something to flaunt their wealth than actually doing some good, like hire a few more employees at their fabulously flashy financial capital firm. » 6/07/12 10:14am 6/07/12 10:14am

It's not really about technicalities, it's all about liability. You see, if these cars were ever sold to the public, no matter who sold them, or where they came from, Toyota (Lexus) would be the primary defendant if either of these cars were involved in a crash, especially if there was a loss of life. Because of the… » 5/26/12 5:17pm 5/26/12 5:17pm

This really shouldn't surprise anyone who has been shackled by budgetary constraints, and let me tell you why. Say you are the manager of any department within the city, county, state, or even the Federal Government, and you know all too well that there is an inexcusable amount of red-tape to get the items that you… » 5/07/12 5:59pm 5/07/12 5:59pm

Welcome to America, the land of endless litigation. These cars will never move for the forseeable future because of all the legalities that have to be played through the courts. These are "Assets", and the court will have to determine what will be the largest potential cash generator, either sell them as whole, or… » 3/30/12 11:40am 3/30/12 11:40am

I am so sick of the right-wing nutjobs that are currently using this issue as a Religious Liberty Issue. It started with the. It started with the Health Care Bill, and the Catholic Church's view that is shouldn't be obligated to provide contraceptives. » 3/16/12 1:45pm 3/16/12 1:45pm

Jason, I was really disappointed in your choice of the 1957 Silver Hawk. The Silver Hawk was the pillared coupe version of the Raymond Lowey design. It came equipped with the inline six, or the normal V-8. The 1957 Golden Hawk was equipped with the Supercharged 289CID V-8. That should have been the car that should… » 3/16/12 12:57pm 3/16/12 12:57pm

Thank you Matt for this particular article. A while back, I wrote a piece on another blog about a very nice longroof offered by Lamborghini Houston in which I said it was unusual for to look for an off-beat collectible at a place that routinely attracts Jersey Boys, NBA Stars, High Priced Call Girls or Eurotrash. I… » 3/15/12 4:50pm 3/15/12 4:50pm

I have a question that I want to propose... Would it be illegal to start a transportation company with a business model that would transport women from a state with restrictive anti-abortion laws to a state with a more relaxed pro-choice initiative. For example, transport the women from Virginia to a state like NY, or… » 3/08/12 3:47pm 3/08/12 3:47pm

Beautifully shot, wonderful story line.... and the whole /drive thing will go down in flames because of one important aspect: It is way too expensive to do these types of reports with little to no capital (ie sponsors) to keep it going. » 1/02/12 1:27pm 1/02/12 1:27pm

I must really be out of the loop, but what the hell does Stephen Malkmus have to do with this? And if you have to explain, well it really isn't funny after all.... » 4/20/11 12:16pm 4/20/11 12:16pm

Sigh..... Taking all posts from Autoblog and transferring them to Autoblognik..... adding a few of your own insipid postings like the Camry, taking the brilliant parody from Mike Levine, and the result? Meh.... » 4/01/11 1:08pm 4/01/11 1:08pm

If Gawker saw a considerable drop after the re-design, this isn't the way to bring them back up. Oh, and you know where to go for similar posts to NPOCP. » 4/01/11 8:43am 4/01/11 8:43am

Hmmmm. He was arrested with another man near Orlando Airport. He flashed blue and red lights at a car carrying two men (no women). He is very pretty for a guy named "Bubba"..... » 3/29/11 11:46am 3/29/11 11:46am

Ray, isn't Jalopnik selling ad space to promote NASCAR these days? You should be at least taking some interest. You should be kneeling at the alter of NASCAR because of their ad dollars.... » 3/10/11 12:56pm 3/10/11 12:56pm