The very common question came from a reader at the recent San Diego International Auto Show. “How long does it you take to research your drives? How do you find ...
GM’s promoting a summer tour of its plants, which Mark Maynard in UT San Diego is calling the Car Geek Holiday.
From the Los Angeles Times, a story on a quest for flour tortillas, something that I think we have more of in San Diego. I would send her to the Old Town Mexican Cafe for wonderful flour tortillas. Crisscrossing L.A. on a quest for tacos made with flour tortillas
I’m only a part-time auto writer and hope this won’t get me thrown out of the club, but I’ve had a lot of people asking me about the MINI Cooper S Countryman that I ordered last December and received at the end of February.
Very nice neighborhood car show today at Madison High in San Diego. The show, with many cars from alums, also showed off the school’s new, state of the art auto shop, robotics and solar panels. Great job!
Just in time to still enjoy a desert drive before the heat sets in, the latest Weekend Driver is published today in UT San Diego.
This rare 53 Studebaker was #153 off the line and has the ultra rare tri star hood ornament, only used until Mercedes Bens objected.
Visit Font’s Point in the Anza Borrego Desert State Park, near San Diego, in a 2013 V6 AWD Chevrolet Equinox.
It’s a trip around North County’s new and old highways, ending up at one of iconic roadside burger joints in Vista. All in a great Dodge Charger.
What an opening tonight at the San Diego Auto Museum for the Lowrider exhibit. A hometown San Diego creation and culture for 50 years. Absoutely great job by museum staff to bring together historic and contemporary classics. Well, back to the street tacos!