This Fleetwood is a survivor, and a helluva tough one by the looks of it.
In the 1990s, Cadillac tried hard to re-ignite its engine and once again become the standard of the world.
We recently took advantage of a work trip to Las Vegas, Nevada, to re-discover the American southwest.
Ran When Parked recently visited Toyota’s History Garage museum in Odaiba, an entertainment-focused area of Tokyo, Japan. The museum is part of the Palette Town complex that is also home to a huge Toyota showroom, an even bigger maze-like shopping center called Venus Port, a Ferris wheel, a casino and so forth.
Although the first part of a car that meets the eye is the body, the interior is arguably more important as it plays a major part in determining if a car is enjoyable to drive or ride in. Cobbling together an interior is tough because engineers, designers, bean counters, factory workers and even dealers all …
Cars and beer often go together in the garage. Rare is the man who hasn’t enjoyed a cold one while fixing his car, or after, or even before if facing a particularly Herculean task. With this in mind, Ran When Parked has compiled a non-exhaustive reference guide of beers to drink while dealing with miscellaneous …
Many so-called “American” cars have been made over the years that just weren’t American at all. Most have been re-badged offerings from Toyota, Mitsubishi, Daewoo, Kia, or Hyundai. Rarer though, are the ones that source their heritage to Europe. So, let’s have a look at a couple of these European-American automobiles (in no particular order):