/ 15 Jul 2014
The 911 has a race car feel and it's a little tinny, but light and quick. In terms of preference, the Porsche and the Ferrari are completely different worlds, and each has its own attributes. The Ferrari (a 550 Maranello) is big, refined and comfortable. It pulls like a D9 Caterpillar (big bulldozer)! It's a perfect blend of comfort and performance–a true gentleman's GT.
/ 10 Jul 2014
When it comes to this Jag, I like the smell and the sound, most of all. I like the thin steering wheel, the bakelite switches, the feeling of the gearbox, and the hard clutch. The engine has a lot of torque and is gently powerful. And obviously, I love it because I have been dreaming of it since I was a child.
/ 7 Jul 2014
I like the fact they are attainable, easy to work on (if its not a rust issue) and easy to upgrade. The best things for me are that it's sort of retro, has '80s coolness and it's real fun to drive! It might be FWD, it might not be as fast or rare as its RS Turbo and Cosworth family-members but it's something that can be driven everyday and can be driven hard!
/ 3 Jul 2014
And he was right, it was my dream car, a '69 Shelby in one of my favorite colors for it and in great condition. I love originality, so the fact that it's so untouched made it a no-brainer for me. I sold my '69 Mach 1 that I had just finished, and haven't regretted the decision for a single second.
/ 1 Jul 2014
Every Friday night was a social event, old and young alike would come to the garage, admire the car, talk about their day, and then talk about the car. The old men loved it and remembered it from their youth, the young guys loved its rarity. I remember sitting in it while Angelo tuned the carburettors, and I'd dream of getting my license and driving it.
/ 24 Jun 2014
I found the car parked along a country road in Pennsylvania. I was running late for a client meeting but knew I would hate myself if I didn't stop for a look. A quick once-over and I was in love and now running very, very late for said meeting. Following the meeting, I was to head down to Northern Virginia to pick up a 1972 Long Hood 911. In a matter of seconds, I knew my plans had changed.
/ 19 Jun 2014
When I found this car, it was in a scrap yard ready to be crushed. I bought the car in 2000 and it took me about eight years to transform the Escort from a heap of rust to this full-spec Group 4 Rally racer. And I executed the restoration myself. I studied every detail in a meticulous way, and made sure that it was the way I wanted it and correct.
We've had such a great response with our Your Car features, so we're expanding it to become Your Story, where we also feature Your Garage and Your Road Trip. We want to share with our Petrolicious reader the stories about what makes your personal garage special and what was unforgettable about your road trip.
/ 12 Jun 2014
I soon found a slightly better Fiat 128 that we immediately bought and practically dismantled that night. The plan was to give the car a “little care,” though we had no idea what to do about the broken gearbox in the boot, the missing parts, the rodent-nibbled dashboard or the fact that the bodyshell was so rusty that it would be difficult to find a repair shop willing to take it on.
/ 10 Jun 2014
My name is Thomas and I'm a sixteen year-old car-crazed teen who loves Petrolicious. Although, due to my age I cannot legally drive where I am. Last week though, I bought my first car, and I'm so glad I chose a Mini! It's beautiful: a classic 1977 with a little 850cc motor. My Dad and I are making the great journey to go down and get her. It'll be a five hour drive down and we're hoping to drive it back up.
/ 5 Jun 2014
In 2002, a good friend and I wanted to check out some muscle cars at a local car dealer but it was closed. But around the corner was a garage for vintage Alfa Romeos and at the time my regular car was a Alfa Romeo 156 so we stopped in for a look. This was the first time I saw a Bertone coupe or Giulia.