The Torque Tube: Synaptic3 Performance

Synaptic3 Performance is a prime example of what this website was started for. Located in an out-of-the-way, unassuming business park in the fully unassuming town of Candia, NH, brothers Ron and Dana Salb have created a world-class performance shop that is turning out some of the most complete builds to be found on either road... Continue Reading →

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Cars in the Wild

I understand if you don't know what car this is. This is undoubtedly the rarest and most interesting car yet featured on Cars  in the Wild. Some cars are so transcendent that you don't have to know a single thing about them but the minute you see one, you know it is something special. When a... Continue Reading →

Cars in the Wild

In my feeble brain, the general rule of thumb has always been that the more expensive and powerful a car is, the more I want it. Doesn't matter if it's new age or old school, if it makes a ton of power, looks the business, and causes my wallet to wilt in fear, that's the... Continue Reading →

Cars in the Wild

There is nothing like a Porsche. There are plenty of manufacturers in the same market, other cars in the same category, but no one does it like the boys from Stuttgart. Some of its competitors are better, while many others get their doors blown off, but the people who own Porsches and drive them and... Continue Reading →

What Inspires You?

Good writing can come from anywhere - a particularly articulate essay for school, a legendary novel, a satisfyingly succinct news article, or a exceptionally poetic piece of poetry. As a writer and an avid reader, I can appreciate and enjoy all of these instances of excellent writing. However, there is one area of writing that... Continue Reading →

Cars in the Wild

Read an interesting fact about the Mercedes-Benz CL recently - Mercedes-Benz will sell as many of these coupes in a year as Ford will sell of the F150 in a single day. In a single day. Not only is that difference so enormously vast it's actually hard to comprehend, it also speaks volumes about the... Continue Reading →

Year One: 2011 in review

Thank you everyone for a spectacular year! The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for TDC and I wanted to share it with you. Check it out, and here's to an even better 2012! Here's an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 7,000... Continue Reading →

Cars in the Wild

The Germans aren't typically known for their passionate expressions of emotion. And this attitude especially applies to their cars. A standard German vehicle is sensible, built like a bank vault, understated, and is happy to drive by unnoticed. There must be something in the drinking water however, around the part of Mercedes-Benz factory that builds... Continue Reading →

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