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2011 Cadillac CTS-V: Release Your Inner Sheen

Those heavy-breathing '60s muscle cars? Not all that muscular, really. Not compared with what you can get now, anyhow. This hit me as soon as I read the spec sheet of the...

The Diesel Dilemma

Summer's coming - and so (probably) are higher gas prices. There has already been a nationwide uptick of about 40 cents a gallon over the past few months - and we're...

The Electric Car Upside . . .

Is there any upside to electric cars? In the interest of fairness, this question should be fairly answered. As is true of almost anything - Hitler did build the Autobahn, after all...

Servicing the Semi-Retired Car

New cars come with maintenance schedules that give you time/mileage intervals for things like oil changes, tune-ups, tire rotation and so on. Follow these recommendations and - assuming a decent/sound car to...

Retro Review: Ford Maverick Grabber,1970-’75

There is an interesting species of near muscle car that came into being and briefly existed for a handful of years, beginning in the early 1970s  - just as the high...

Electric Pegasus

Pegasus was a horse with wings who was supposed to be able to both run and fly. Of course, he could do neither - because to be a horse means not...

Fork Oil Change How-To (and Why-To)

A fairly simple, fairly easy-to-do routine maintenance chore that's sometimes not done routinely is changing out the fork oil in a bike's front forks. It's a job that's easy to neglect...

“Green” is the Color of Money

Gas is cheaper than it's ever been. Well, it would be - if we were just paying for gas. But it's artificially more expensive because of the taxes - and regulatory costs -...

2018 Mercedes E400 Cabrio

When you go to a 5 star restaurant, you expect a great steak - but it’s surprising when the bill turns out to be reasonable. The Mercedes E400 cabrio is like that...

Sniffing a Scandal

They only crucified Jesus once - and that was enough (so we are told) to atone for all mankind’s sins . . . in perpetuity. And mankind did (and does) sin. In...
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