Some enthusiasts collect cars, while others collect scale models or badges. I collect steering wheels. At first, I didn't intend to collect them--it just so happened that I already had a couple.And then I saw a blog by a
Museums and galleries usually aren't my thing. Milling about inside one would usually be a mundane experience for me-more so considering I'm fresh off an off-road test drive inside with no-less than Mitsubishi's legendary Hiroshi Masuoka.
Whether through financial necessity or overwhelming passion, Filipinos have a tendency to keep cars on the road long past their "best by" date. Whether your oldie is a rustbucket or a well-kept classic, however, we're sure you can relate to
To say that the first-generation Toyota Celica made a splash when it first came out in 1971 is a huge understatement. It was a pioneer in the '70s "supercoupe market" alongside other popular models such as the Opel Manta, the Ford
The unsightly jalopy you see above is a 54-year-old Austin Seven, which was the twin model of the Morris Mini-Minor (think Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ). This car is the original Mini, and this very unit was car number