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Category Archives: Quick Hitter
What do you do when winter comes, the roads get ugly, and traffic turns sketchy? Why you break out the one vehicle that is most suited for the job. A classic Mini Countryman? Lolwut? Screw road salt and inclement conditions, … Continue reading
This picture doesn’t need a thousand words to get its point across. If if did say a thousand words, they would most likely be about the overall, long-term reliability of older Fiats. They would then likely delve into Consumer Reports … Continue reading
Click for larger image. This parking lot, likely in Samara Oblast, is chock full of Ladas. Need That Car has a real soft spot for these little Russian clunkers. The Lada was also known as the Fiat 124, which sold … Continue reading
This Volkswagen owner has a very refined sense of style. The scooter must be the envy of all the other scooters. Bravo!
Design inspiration could come from anywhere…even Quahog.
This Nissan Rogue grille totally looks like a ’77-’79 Corvette flags emblem. Who knew? There’s something interesting about the Rogue after all.
These two cars have a real Luke/Princess Leia thing going. Could it be they have the same evil father? Perhaps, and if so, he must be some special kind of ugly.
Those wry Brits have an adorable ingenious method for retrieving the discus and the javelins thrown at this year’s summer games. A remote controlled Mini Cooper. The judges drop the hardware in the car’s sunroof and some lucky schmo drives … Continue reading
It is very rare to see these creatures in the wild. Here, a lucky photographer was able to snap a shot of three General Motors products cavorting in a barren, desert habitat. In the photo, you see a 1968 Camaro, … Continue reading