Category: Opinion

The Air-Cooled Iconoclast – 1965 Chevrolet Corvair Corsa vs. Porsche 911

Infamous for their unforgiving handling characteristics when driven at the limit, the first Porsche 911 and the second generation Chevrolet Corvair are more likely nemesis than either company intended or collectors may realize. Both offer six-cylinder air-cooled engines, placed distantly behind the rear seats. Both are lightweight grand touring 2+2 with a focus on sportiness,…

Self-Driving Technology or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Modern Car

If we take a trip back to the early 1900s during the advent of the automobile, you will discover that they are all relatively ubiquitous in shape, style, and in operational difficulty. In reality, the earliest automobiles scarcely offered improvements over the use of horses and carriages. Nevertheless, they persisted because those who could afford…