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3,200 Miles and 17 Reviews! (4/11/22)


From April 1st to the 10th, I spent on a road trip to the east coast of the United States! I saw some cool sights, my favorite of which was at the Beavertail light house just outside Newport Rhode Island (pictured above). Although my site-seeing was at a minimum. Most of my time was spent filming cars for the channel! Here they are:




1928 Ford Model A. 1928 was the first year of the Model A, which started a new era for the Ford Motor Company, having produced just the Model T from 1908-1927. This review will go live at 2pm CST on Wednesday April 27th.



2007 Mazdaspeed 3. This car meant a lot to me because I learned how to drive stick-shift on a 2007 Speed 3 almost ten years ago, but never had the oppertunity to review one. Now I have! This review will go live at 2pm CST on Thursday April 28th.




1992 Mercedes 190E. The 190E was Mercedes' answer to the E30 from BMW. While it is not the Cosworth or Evo variants, this was a hoot! This review will go live at 2pm CST on Friday April 29th..



1968 MG MGB GT. This is my first MG product, and a dang good one! I felt like pocket-sized James Bond! This review will go live at 2pm CST on Monday May 2nd.




2008 Chrysler PT Cruiser. I finally did a PT Cruiser! It's been a long time coming, but it's finally been filmed! This review will go live at 2pm CST on Tuesday May 3rd.




1966 Buick Special Sedan. This one is hopped up with a 406 V8 and 2 speed power glide! This review will go live at 2pm CST on Wednesday May 4th.




1993 Mitsubishi Bravo Van. This was my first Kei Van. I love the Kei trucks I've done, but this has way more quirks! This review will go live at 2pm CST on Thursday May 5th.




1990 Toyota Sera. Butterfly Doors. Right hand drive. Wild. This review will go live at 2pm CST on Friday May 6th.




2020 Hyundai Ioniq EV. These were only sold in a handful of states, of which my home state of Illinois is not included in. It is a full EV! This review will go live at 2pm CST on Monday May 9th.




2001 Mitsubishi Galant SE V6. An overlooked car from the late 90's/ early 2000's! And the V6 too! This review will go live at 2pm CST on Tuesday May 10th.




2017 Mazda 6 Grand Touring. This was important to do with the recent cancelation of the Mazda 6. Almost fully loaded. This review will go live at 2pm CST on Wednesday May 11th.



1990 Volkswagen Corrado G60. The G60 badge means it gets the 1.8L Supercharged inline 4! Paired with a manual transmission, this is one of the best kept Corrados on the east coast! This review will go live at 2pm CST on Thursday May 12th.




2004 Mercury Grand Marquis Ultimate Edition. Air ride suspension, heated seats, wood accents, all the works! This review will go live at 2pm CST on Friday May 13th.




1996 Nissan 300zx 2+2. The 2+2 is the longer chassis of the Z32 to allow for a back seat. This particular car has a whooping 305,000 miles on it! Original engine and transmission! This review will go live at 2pm CST on Monday May 16th.




2002 Porsche 911 Carrera. This car was super special to me. I had a family friend pass away in 2005 that had this exact color combo of 911. This review gave me some peace of mind. This review will go live at 2pm CST on Tuesday May 17th.




2006 Honda Element Manual. I've done an element before but now I filmed one with the manual transmission! This review will go live at 2pm CST on Wednesday May 18th.




1998 Isuzu Oasis. In the 1990s, Isuzu was rebadging a lot of Honda products. This is a rebadged Odyssey, and under 10,000 of them were made: most of which were sold to taxi cab companies. Super rare and super rad! This review will go live at 2pm CST on Thursday May 19th!

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