home is where the car is

christopher hall is an american photographer who published a book on blurb called home is where the car is “classic cars photographed in suburban neighborhoods. the series came about when i started to realize how many of these scenes reminded me of the era and places where i grew up…

i just died and went to vintage opel heaven

ooooh i spent way too much time yesterday perusing this collection of pics from a vintage opel calendar. WHY don’t car companies still make awesome stuff like this? now it’s just these flashy photos of big shiny black cars cruising along with light beams flashing past them and what what. BORING. i want to see my car in fields of lavender and reflected in some pristine lake in switzerland. WITH PEOPLE. who are dressed nicely.












i’m still dreaming of getting an old car. mostly i just want to buy one cash and not have to worry about car payments, but i suppose there are so many other things to worry about (it breaking down, using more petrol if it’s a gas guzzler, not having *air…


rocking vans

Once upon a time — or more accurately, back in the 1970s — the van reigned supreme.  Riding in right on the heels of the fading muscle car era, the custom van became the ultimate self-expression vehicle– tricked-out and personalized to show all the world just how your bad self…


1947 nissan tama electric car

jees i’ve really underestimated nissan (check out the figaro).  i mean let’s be honest, this is the company that brought us the sentra, a favourite of south african korean families (that and the toyota cressida, in white). via perpenduum


dream car

The Nissan Figaro was introduced at the 1989 Tokyo Motor Show under the slogan “Back to the Future” it’s so cute i might DIE!