Luxury cars burning rubber, doing dough nuts, and just tricking out. With a cool twist at the end!;) Enjoy!!
Back in April 1998, the McLaren F1 made history by setting the record of being the car that’s fastest on road. The racer, Andy Wallace, revved the indicator needle up to 231 mph and 243 mph, with and without rev limiters, respectively.
Clearly, it’s not just a fast car. Want to know more about the McLaren F1? Continue reading
There’s so much to say about the Honda CR-V. This car is certainly one of those cars who you’d get a lot from if you sell these cars for cash.
The Honda CR-V is a compact Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) manufactured in 1995. The CR-V was loosely modeled from the Honda Civic and is Honda’s smallest SUV. Continue reading
If you come to the point where you needed to sell your cars for cash, having an Austin Maestro will definitely help you out.
Austin Maestro Overview
The Austin Maestro is a classic car first produced and launched in 1983. This car is a compact-sized hatchback car with 5 doors. It was first made in Oxford and was initially referred to as an MG Maestro and as an Austin Maestro.
An Austin Maestro is a good family car and can be a functional car for daily use. Having a choice between a metal and a plastic bumper for a hatchback meant that you can always have the type of car you choose to have. Continue reading
Lamborghini, an Italian automaker, made the Lamborghini Diablo between 1990 and 2001. The Lamborghini Diablo was designed by Marcello Gandini.
The car was then called ‘the Diablo,’ as Lamborghini took to naming their cars after fighting bull breeds. The Diablo was actually named after a bull that was raised in the 19th century by the Duke of Veragua who fought an epic battle by ‘El Chicorro’. The word ‘diablo’ means ‘devil’ in Spanish and it aptly describes the car especially in its speeds. Continue reading
Ever seen a racecar speed down the street and wish it was yours?
That’s how you’ll feel when you see the Pagani Zonda zooming in front of you. Continue reading