Well we've got our own ways, but check this guy out. Also known as the "Da Vinci of Dust," the Dirty Car Artist takes the meaning of a dirty car to a whole new level. His art can be found all over the internet, ranging from back-window Stooges to imaginative landscapes. Scott Wade breathes new life into dirty cars everywhere, but for the rest of
Recently, Mini (a company that boasts the highest % of manual drivers on the road) teamed up with Hunch.com to see if driving a car with a manual transmission says anything about you as a person. Needless to say, their results are astounding. Some of which I would have assumed, but some categories that you'd never have dreamed are covered in their
The Right Way to Tape Off Your Car Before buffing your car, it's a good idea to know how to tape off areas that are vulnerable during a polishing procedure with detailing tape or painter's tape. Polish can lead to discolored trim and is easily trapped in crevices around emblems and windows. For a better detail and less of a clean up, read on and
2012 BMW i3 and i8 Concepts According to the Jetsons, we should be flying around on super highways and taking personal teleportation tubes to work. Although the many images of the future have not come true, there are more realistic concepts of what the future holds. In this case, BMW is set to release a truly innovative line of cars; the i Series.
In the midst of my daily cruise to work this morning, I happened to see a very rare car. Speeding past me in the carpool lane was a 2011 Ferrari 468 Italia, one of the most beautiful cars ever made in my opinion. Naturally, once I got to work I started googling videos of this car that will now be plastered in my head for the next few hours. Anyway,
This one of a kind Rolls is a sight for sore eyes. What was once layered in a fine film of dust, covered in scratches and swirls, and by all means neglected, has turned out absolutely spectacular. You wouldn't think it, but a monster like this is a joy to detail; flat panels, intricate components, and all-in-all a beauty to stare at once you're
Don't be fooled. Just because your car has unsightly surface scratches and minor swirl-marks doesn't mean your car needs to be machine buffed. In fact, on a car such as this 1970 Corvette Stingray LT-1, it's a better idea to stay as far away from a machine as possible. Truth is, impurities like this can be taken care of easily and safely by
Black & White by John Barone Walking to work on this particular Sunday afternoon in early December, I find myself fighting my way through a Chicago blizzard that could go toe-to-toe with the best of them; relentless snow blowing laterally across the landscape due to the 25mph+ winds, and of course, bone-chilling, hand-numbing cold. I