Author: Jeff Zurschmeide

Back to the Future With the SR5

If you were a young man in the mid-1980s, you wanted a 4×4 Toyota SR5 pickup truck. By any name, these trucks embodied the virtues of the mid-1980s — they were stylish, a little bit boastful and a lot of fun. It’s no coincidence that young Marty McFly dreamed of […]

1954 Taylor Aerocar

One of six built The only vehicle in the U.S. that is both air- and roadworthy Full FAA certification Lycoming 0-320 engine Wings, propeller and fuselage may be towed behind and can be attached in under 30 minutes 15,254 miles 781 flight hours

The Car That Made BMW

If there was one car that did the most to cement BMW’s reputation in North America, it was the 2002. Actually, scratch that. There is one car that made BMW’s reputation, and it’s the pretty-much-legendary 2002. This still-affordable and very plentiful 2-door sport sedan transformed staid BMW into an affordable […]

Bee-Stung: Datsun B-210

The Datsun B-210 was the right car at the right time. In mid-1973, the OPEC embargo had Americans lining up around the block for gas. The beastly muscle cars of the late 1960s were too thirsty, and the latest replacements from Detroit were strangled and listless. As if on cue, […]

1993 Mazda RX-7 Touring

255-hp 1.3-L turbocharged Wankel rotary engine Five-speed manual transmission Engine rebuilt by marque specialist Chips Motorsports Optional Touring package, power sunroof, rear wiper, fog lights, leather interior and Bose CD stereo system Offered with window sticker and warranty book