How To Warm Up Your Car

By   January 10, 2018

Porsche 911 Carrera T and 911 Targa

How Do You Warm Up A Classic Or New Car

Warming up your car is vital to keeping your vehicle on the road. Along with regular maintenance it is one of the most important things an automotive owner can do. However, there is a lot of confusion out there about warming up your car.

Many now say that you shouldn’t warm up a new car. They claim that you just waste gas and pollute while you let your car get up to temperature. Others say that even new cars should be warmed up to keep your car on the road for a longer period of time.

Should you warm up your car and if so, how should you do it?

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Porsche Confirms That The 911 GT3 Touring Was In Response To High 911 R Resale Prices

By   December 15, 2017

Porsche 911 GT3 with Touring Package

Porsche 911 GT3 with Touring Package

The Porsche 911 R proved that plenty of people would like a GT3 without a rear wing the size of one you would expect on a “rice rocket”. Sure it is an asset on the track, but many potential GT3 owners will rarely, if ever, take their cars on a track. Some folks want the naturally aspirated performance without all the extra attention that a GT3 brings. Simply put the R has all the performance and driving experience that you want for a twisty back road with more grown-up styling.

So many people wanted the limited edition 911 R that prices have skyrocketed. Examples have been resold for over $1 million with average prices hovering around $400,000. That’s quite a markup from a car that had an MSRP starting at $184,900. When you think of that it’s kind of like a tangible Bitcoin for people that ready have roughly $200,000 (or can at least get auto financing for that amount).

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Last Of 500 McLaren Senna Examples Sells For $2,687,720

By   December 14, 2017

McLaren Senna

McLaren Senna

On paper the McLaren Senna is the type of car any enthusiast wants in their garage. However, one does have to look at the outside of the car from time to time and this one is as beautiful as a turd. Normally we love McLaren styling, but there is something funky with the styling of the Senna that is hard to put our finger on. It looks a bit like the supercar that Homer Simpson might design.

Even though we aren’t fans of the styling, the performance is enough to make us want to get in the driver’s seat. I mean if we had McLaren Senna kind of money, buying a blind fold to wear while our butler walked us to the car isn’t too much to ask. However, even if you are worth billions and wanted to buy a McLaren Senna it is too late.

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You May Want To Buy That Dream Car Soon

By   December 13, 2017

Porsche Carrera GT

Porsche Carrera GT

If you love the automobile then you likely have a dream car list. These cars likely include plenty of expensive high performance gas powered vehicles. The key word there is gasoline. On the list there may be an electric or hybrid mixed in, but chances are that you mainly have V8’s, V10’s, V12’s or flat-sixes.

If you have been hoping for a gasoline powered automobile then the clock may be ticking to purchase your dream car. It is officially time to cash in your 401K, sell your stocks, sell your Bitcoin and use your kid’s college fund before it isn’t an option.

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