#Carology

  1. All
  2. Acura
  3. Aston Martin
  4. Audi
  5. BMW
  6. Bugatti
  7. Cadillac
  8. Chevrolet
  9. Datsun
  10. Dodge
  11. Ferrari
  12. Fiat
  13. Ford
  14. Honda
  15. Jaguar
  16. Koenigsegg
  17. Lamborghini
  18. Lotus
  19. McLaren
  20. Nissan
  21. Mercedes-AMG
  22. Mercedes-Benz
  23. Mitsubishi
  24. Pontiac
  25. Porsche
  26. Plymouth
  27. Rolls Royce
  28. Saleen
  29. Shelby
  30. SRT
  31. Studebaker
  32. Subaru
Shelby Daytona Coupe - #Carology

Shelby Daytona Coupe – #Carology

One hundred sixty five miles per hour, for most, is quite fast enough. That’s 242 feet per second, or more than 40 football fields in a minute. But for Carroll Shelby, it was far too slow, especially in Europe. Shelby’s ... Read More

Saleen S7 - #Carology

Saleen S7 – #Carology

It’s a safe bet that you know someone, or know someone who knows someone, that’s got a Mustang. After all, Ford has made over nine million of the things. Since its inception in the mid-‘60s, the Mustang has been an ... Read More

Koenigsegg CCX - #Carology

Koenigsegg CCX – #Carology

When thinking of vehicles produced in Sweden, one’s mind likely jumps to Volvo, maker of safe and practical cars. But Christian von Koenigsegg didn’t want to make something mundane or practical. Instead, he made this: the CCX. The word ‘stunning’ ... Read More

2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 - #Carology

2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 – #Carology

Complacency kills, they say. And complacent is something that GM has not been lately. Case in point: today’s #Carology, the 2019 Corvette ZR1. It’s a no compromise, no holds barred, volume to 11, true American sports car. Is America great ... Read More

BMW M2 - #Carology

BMW M2 – #Carology

“Defining the legacy of legendary performance.” is how BMW describes this car. A homage to the original, pure, M cars they once produced. The E30 M3 has been deemed a legend and its successors, the E36, and especially the E46 ... Read More

Honda Civic Type R - #Carology

Honda Civic Type R – #Carology

An H badge surrounded by the color red differentiates regular, mundane, Hondas from special, performance-oriented models. Originally designed for track use, Type R Hondas have since become the sought after ones in the eyes of enthusiasts. Honda gave us a ... Read More

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