Tag: QOTD

Tamiya Made A Driveable Wild One; Which Other Iconic ’70s & ’80s R/C Kits Should It Bring To Life Next?

Tamiya has teamed up with the engineers behind the Baby Bugatti half-size Type 35 to create a fully driveable version of its legendary Wild One R/C kit. The original 1985 Wild One was a Baja-style buggy and is widely considered one of the key pieces in Tamiya’s first 100 kits. The “First 100” as fans […]

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QOTD: Is The Ares Panther’s “Fake Manual” DCT Almost The Perfect Transmission?

Who doesn’t love a manual transmission? Actually, let me rephrase that: who, except for people who commute through three hours of traffic each day and only get to let loose at weekends, people who fell off their mountain bike yesterday and gashed their left leg, and people who have just had a crappy day and […]

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This is Toyota GR’s Japanese Lineup; Which One Would You Like To See In Your Market?

Toyota’s ability to build exciting machinery tends to yo-yo a bit as the decades roll by. During the early 2000s, it’s safe to say that Toyota started to become quite bland in their product lineup. The verve and vigor displayed within the rally-conquering Celica and pin-up-worthy Supra begun to fade away. At one point, the […]

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QOTD: Are Limited Edition Supercars A Big Fat Con?

Supercars are everywhere these days. Back in the 1970s and 1980s when they were built by a handful of companies, and in the handfuls each year, seeing a supercar on the street was a rare treat. Even visiting most major cities, spotting something like a Ferrari 308 would make your day, and if you caught […]

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QOTD: Forget BMW, What’s Going On With Mercedes’ Styling?

Lately, the motoring press seems to agree on one thing: panning the designs of BMW. I can’t recall the last time any car company has come under heavy fire for their design blueprint. And I’ll gladly admit to being one of the many critics lambasting the ever-increasing grille size and buck-toothed form factor. But since […]

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Fantasy Garage: $10,000 Budget, What Used Fun To Drive Car Would You Get?

Ten thousand dollars might not sound like a lot, but it could actually buy more than you think. However, finding a car that’s fun to drive might prove to be quite the challenge. That being said, it largely depends on your definition of “fun to drive”. Some people want a car with high power and […]

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