Musings of a Car Guy: So Many Keys, So Little Time

Another anonymous post from a loyal TDC reader. This piece is fan-flippin-tastic. So, I got to thinking the other day on my commute to work, as is the place where I do most of my pondering; if money were no object, what would I be driving right now? It’s sunny and warm with a light... Continue Reading →


Sports Car vs. Practical Car: Performance or Ground Clearance?

Once upon a time, when I was a young, naïve, and octane driven nineteen year old, I owned a 2000 Audi TT.  It was iconic and awesome and I loved it. My first romance with an Audi was with a 1986 Audi 4000 CS Quattro, which ended up sitting in a parking lot with three... Continue Reading →

Group B Rally Cars are Old-School and Awesome

The Group B rally series ran from 1982 to 1987 and featured some of the wildest and most powerful rally cars ever made. The regulations on the cars were simple: There were none. Manufacturers were free to create as much power as they could, crank out as much boost pressure as possible, and use whatever... Continue Reading →


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