Late for class," he says-Eric Francisco throws us the keys to his 240 so that he can take his last final of the semester. The Windy City is working overtime this afternoon as the sun begins to set in the distance. "I probably won't see you guys again tonight,"
False idols. Perpetrators. Funk fakers. Like any industry, ours is one filled with people of various inclinations and ranging personalities. Recently however, it seems like we're seeing more guys running around trying to take credit for stuff they never did or
Impulse makes you do stupid things. Although I spent months contemplating the purchase of the right budget track car to help me get my NASA racing license, over the course of an hour, I got talked into buying a car old enough to drink. For a sum of $2500, I acquired a real gem, a 1985 Corolla GT-S.
Initial D was first to blame. If we trace back to how this entire AE86 craze came about, that Japanese anime was the homo erectus on the Corolla's evolutionary scale. Not only did it introduce the AE86 to the mainstream market, but it also provided an anarchis
I had the hardest time photographing this car. I tossed different ideas around like there was no tomorrow. I've pulled the old, "Hey, let's meet at sunset at an industrialized area-it'll look cool!" one too many times. I thought long and hard. This car deserve