2013 was a pretty good year for the Baltimore area for car lovers. I mean, in my opinion of course. Hunt Valley Horsepower was really coming into it’s own. This was the end of the first full year of cars shows so the crowds were becoming more stable. Plus Baltimore was still excited about car races. How quickly things change, am I right? Continue reading
Continuing my series on the Hunt Valley Horsepower weekly gathering, here is one from June 2013. I will continue on this series until I have exhausted my remaining pictures from HVHP. Let me tell you that won’t happen anytime soon. Luckily, the weekly meet always seems to bring out something new. Continue reading
I’m not real original when it come to my photos. If you look closely you will see the same parking lot in the majority of the pictures. I’m not sure it is a bad thing though, I mean you are coming here to see nice cars right? If I can go to the same place to provide those cars then why complain? Here is another set of cars (all Vipers) captured at Hunt Valley Horsepower, this time on 11-30-2013. Continue reading
I’m sorry about that last post. It wasn’t even up to my low standards. I was tired from driving all day but wanted to make sure I got something out. Keep coming back to see my quality level increase. Since it is so low right now though please enjoy this blurry phone camera photo of a Maserati Gran Turismo.
Hershey Pa is a pretty neat place to visit. The main attraction is Hershey, the chocolate maker, which has basically created the town. Not only do they make the chocolate but they also have a nice amusement park. Another great thing about Hershey is that it is the home for the AACA museum. Continue reading
I am going to be completely honest with you here, the Baltimore Auto Show is not good. I guess it does what it claims, is shows cars. The problem is that it does show any good cars. If I wanted to see the 2015 van from GMC then I would go to the dealer. Continue reading
Help me help you! I guess you aren’t really being helped but you get the idea. Help me make this site better. A Donate button has been added to the side to
beg let you contribute to the future of Jalopics.com.
My plan is, once I get enough contributions to cover the yearly expenses of the site, mainly hosting and registration, I will use the rest for renting cars to review. I’m not a big site so I don’t get free cars like jalopnik. I will be able to provide reviews of new, interesting, cars that will help in your decision making. Not really.
Actually, what I am going to do is use the excess money to buy a Saab. Mid 80s to early 90s Turbo hardtop Saab. I will let you go for a ride if you pay me.
Big plans for cash that I have no real hope of getting, right?