As automotive enthusiasts you all know how hard it can be to pick a single favorite car. Why limit yourself to just one, then? Some things come best in pairs.
What if we had a clean slate, a whole new beginning? Here’s what you would pick to start the automotive world anew.
We've all got favorite cars. One of those cars exists in our minds as a hypothetical über-favorite car, one built from all the best traits of every year our favorite car was made. For most of us, this remains a drool-producing daydream, but not for the people at Singer. They're actually building these…
Living in Los Angeles as a car guy typically means either being wealthy enough to afford a garage (i.e. Jay Leno) or flexible enough to wrench in an AutoZone parking lot. Alas, Jack Olsen's managed to find an incredible compromise.
Architect Steve Hermann calls his "Glass Pavilion" home in Montecito, California his opus. The nearly-impossible looking cantilevered structure is mostly open air, but the basement "art gallery" is walnut columns and vintage cars. Ferrari Dino? Mercedes 300SL? Excellent taste, sir.
Not long ago, a Los Angeles man built an award-winning bridge to his living room so he could keep his 1984 Ferrari 512 BBi within spitting distance of his couch. Now the city wants him to tear it down. Losers.
We don't believe in fate, but after seeing Ken Imhoff's basement-built Lamborghini, and now this amazing Lamborghini-toting subterranean lift garage, we can't imagine a couple of toys more destined to be together. The lift solves the problem so many of us have these days — where to put your twin Diablos when you want…