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Jimmy, Bobby, Bonzo and John: those beloved characters from that ‘70s cock-rock reality show we called Led Zeppelin have been unceremoniously retired from Cadillac advertising. According to Automotive News—the place we turn first for all our Zep news—the five-year-old Caddy... read more

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The Week in Reverse

We ask Rolls-Royce, how much more black could it be? And the answer was, of course, "None. None more black." Money has its privileges: if you're a Foo Fighter/Nirvanan, you... read more July 7, 2006 by 0


Saturn, Jon Bon Have Moment Together

We miss big Jersey metal and big Jersey hair, which is why we’re more than happy to run this picture of Jon Bon Jovi as he seeks out unsigned bands across the country... read more June 27, 2006 by 1


Madden Goes Nuts with Mobile Home

John Madden doesn’t like to fly. This much you already know if you have any sports pulse in your veins. What you may not know is the Big M has himself a new conversion... read more June 27, 2006 by 1


What’s On Your Fender?

Badges, brightwork and vents are automotive “jewelry.” Designers use them to break up large surface areas, to telegraph the brand or make of a vehicle to owners and... read more June 23, 2006 by 0


The Week in Reverse

"So I moved everybody from Hellay to freakin' Nashville. You got a problem with that?" Ladies and gentlemen, Joe Pesci! Piece by piece, they're turning our Honda Element into... read more June 17, 2006 by 0


Army Restoring Vehicles for Iraqi Army

Reprinted with permission from Army News Service By Spc. Lee Elder MUQDADIYAH, Iraq - What began as a way to alleviate mechanics' boredom between jobs has turned into a... read more June 14, 2006 by 5


So This Explains A German Pope?

The return of the 5.0-liter V-10 diesel Touareg to the VW lineup has been a longer journey than company executives expected. The company has imported more than 600 of these... read more June 12, 2006 by 1


NASCAR Hooks Up With Scientology

Is NASCAR being invaded by an even stronger force? The Church of Scientology, no stranger to trading a little paint with Oprah Winfrey and Brooke Shields through the human... read more June 9, 2006 by 0


Ferrari F40 Prototype On Auction

One very wealthy collector will soon own what could be one of the rarest, most sought-after Ferraris of all time — that’s what RM Auctions says, at least. The... read more June 5, 2006 by 0


Pimp Out Your…Golf Cart?

Father’s Day is coming—oh, get a calendar, will you?—and instead of boxing up a lame, last-minute digital tire pressure gauge, why not spend all the money... read more June 4, 2006 by 1


The Week in Reverse

DaimlerChrysler let some driving students in California take the test in fuel-cell cars. In a related story, most of TCC's staff took their driving tests on horseback. Scion... read more June 4, 2006 by 0


Smart Rethinks ZA Billboard

The blog world wins another victory: last week, TCConfidential showed you the smart billboard that referenced “American nothing” in what seems to be a derogatory way... read more May 23, 2006 by 1

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Lithuanian Dude Drinks, Drives, Enters Urban Legend

Yes, former frat boy, you drank and partied like it was 1999, unironically, when it really was 1999, and you got, like, so wasted. But you have nothing on Vidmantas Sungaila... read more May 23, 2006 by 0


Vespa Says Ditch the SUV, But Will You Listen, America?

The self-serving press release of the day award goes to Piaggio Group, maker and marketer of the Vespa. According to the Italian company, 30 percent of U.S. consumers would... read more May 23, 2006 by 2


The Week in Reverse

Smart ass. The state of Georgia can't catch a car break. It loses on Saturn, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz, then saw its Ford and GM plants get shuttered. And now Kia's plant is on... read more May 20, 2006 by 1


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