I got about a minute in and had to stop. Anyone make it past that? Please tell me the thing magically Christines itself. »
Oh my God, number seven. I remember that commercial too well from when I was growing up.
Also, I was on set for the filming of number six. The "artist" playing the "music" is a Canadian, I believe. (Sorry.) »
I (vaguely) remember getting my wisdom teeth taken out three years ago. To be honest what I remember was sitting in the chair and them putting me under; snippets of the dentist office lobby; then fully waking up to find myself at home playing Forza Motorsports 4 (and winning, despite some double vision). »
I was hoping to do a Karmann Ghia and turn it into an electric car and call it the Carmen Electra but didn't work out. »
King likes cars, no doubt, but I sometimes wonder how deep his passion for/knowledge of the subject goes.
For instance, the Buick from From a Buick 8 has four portholes on one side of the hood and three on the other (one of several kooky touches on one very weird car). Now is that just a kooky touch? Or did King know… »
My photographer and I were piloting a golf cart when we caught behind the parked-in-the-road best-of-show-winning 1928 Isotta-Fraschini at the inaugural Cobble Beach Concours d'Elegance yesterday. Does that count?
It's cool, though; we went around him and parked, too, and when we both got rolling used the opportunity… »
As the owner of a slant six '71 Valiant, I, too, love/fear Duel.
When I recently showed it to my three roommates, however, they absolutely abhorred it. Why? Probably 'cause none of them drive. »
�� "The LeMons racing series/
Has seen some strange things/
But the strangest thing yet/
Was a plane without wings.
"Once as a plane/
It played in the stars/
But now on the ground/
It's the king of $500 cars.
"Spirit of LeMons—"�� »
My '71 Scamp has these, part of the A01 Light Package option. I thought they were neat, but people unfamiliar with old cars really get a kick out of them when I take them for a drive.
A colleague of mine learned on a '72, and said her family called them "puh-dunks," for the noise they made. »
Christ, how did my car end up on this hipster list? Please tell me the fact my Scamp's a '71 makes it exempt or something—? »