Articles by Corey Lewis

Rare Rides: The SUV Oddity Which is a 1998 Laforza

June 17, 2019 // 0 Comments

Which SUV looked like a 1995 Range Rover at its debut in 1984, but was less reliable and more expensive? Why, it’s a Laforza of course. The Laforza story began with Magnum. The Magnum was the idea of Italian coachbuilder Rayton Fissore, a brand c…

Rare Rides: This Midas Gold From 1998 Is Grey

June 13, 2019 // 0 Comments

Every once in a while, a car surfaces from the vast internet that truly deserves the title of “obscure.” It happened previously with a beautiful Gordon Keeble, and now Rare Rides is proud to present another very obscure British two-door. It…

QOTD: Trucking Great Nineties Design in America?

June 12, 2019 // 0 Comments

Over the past few weeks we’ve discussed 1990s car design on Wednesday’s Question of the Day entry. We spent three weeks talking about the good and three weeks talking about the bad. But those discussions were limited to body styles other th…

Rare Rides: The 1981 AMC Concord Keeps it on the D/L

June 10, 2019 // 0 Comments

Vehicles from plucky AMC are always welcome here at Rare Rides. Thus far, the series has featured a Metropolitan, a concept Van, a Matador Barcelona, and a very tasty Sundancer. The latter is a cousin of today’s relentlessly beige Concord two-doo…

Buy/Drive/Burn: Ace of Base A-Bodies From 1979

June 7, 2019 // 0 Comments

After our most recent Rare Rides post, your author perused The Big List of BDB Ideas and discovered a suggestion commenter Sgeffe made many moons ago. He suggested the most basic coupe A-bodies on offer in 1979. Feeling cheap? Let’s get weird. Bu…

QOTD: Terribly Aged Nineties Vehicles From Asia?

June 5, 2019 // 0 Comments

Today’s Question of the Day is a continuation of the styling theme we’ve had of late. The discussion centers around cars of the 1990s that aged poorly. First, we accepted submissions from America, followed up last week by Europe. Today, we …

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