Thursday, March 26, 2015
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
...Blast From The Past...
1961 International Harvester Scout
The International Harvester Scout was introduced in 1961 at the first competitor to Jeep. To this day it is considered a classic piece of automotive history. Doesn't the mom in the car look like Nancy Reagan?
It's amazing, if you think about it, how much cars have evolved in the last 50 years!!! While the Scout looked cool, it is incredible how unsafe it was. It does not even appear to have seat belts, not to mention zero roll-over protection?
Posted by Jake Ehrlich at 4:18 PM
Monday, December 1, 2014
Monday, November 17, 2014
1961 Lincoln Continental Convertible
I have so idea what it is about this photo that seems so attractive and cool to me? I don't know if it is that the car kind of looks Batmobileish? American cars used to be so much cooler back in the day...
Friday, October 24, 2014
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Thursday, October 9, 2014
Tesla has rated the P85D at being able to do 0-60 in 3.2 seconds, but to the best of my knowledge, Tesla typically understates their acceleration, so I would not be surprised if the real number is in the high two seconds. In other words, the P85D is an absolute game-changer!!!! Oh, and if you charge it at home during off-peak hours, you get a range of close to 300 miles for under $5 in electricity!!?!?!! Compare that to a Bugatti Veyron that gets 7 miles to the gallon in the city.
With the advent of the P85D Tesla S, there is an upgraded all-new seat named the "Next Generation Seat", which is seen below. These new seat are beefed up, and offer more substantial seat bolsters.