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Record producer Damon Dash attends a special screening of “The Wrestler” hosted by The Cinema Society and Entertainment Weekly at the Tribeca Grand Screening Room on December 8, 2008 in New York City.
A woman jumped off the 23rd floor of a Buenos Aires hotel today, landed on top of a taxi cab … and survived. Read More >
Where I live (Denver), wrecking yards overflow with old Subarus. I walk past junked early-80s Leones (or GLs or whatever Subaru’s confusing naming conventions of the era were) all the time, but I’ll always stop and photograph a BRAT. So far in this series, the BRAT roster includes this ’79, this ’84, this ’82, and this Sawzall-converted ’86. Last week, I spotted another example, and it still had its Chicken Tax-dodgin’ jump seats. Read More >
I find many old Subarus in Colorado wrecking yards. So many, in fact, that I don’t bother to photograph most of them. Usually, it takes an XT or a third-eye-equipped Leone to get my attention. However, a BRAT, no matter how trashed, is a very rare Junkyard Find, and I reach for the camera right away. Read More >
You could buy the Subaru BRAT in the United States until the 1987 model year (though removing the Chicken Tax-loophole jump seats— which made the BRAT a passenger car, legally speaking— meant that it got a lot more expensive in 1985). Thing is, Coloradans love BRATs, which means you can’t even find a total basket-case example for cheap here. What to do? Why, take a beater 4WD Leone aka GL hatchback and apply ingenuity! Read More >
We use a lot of terminology in our quest to classify automobiles which actively pursue thicker portions of your pocketbook. Read More >
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SEATTLE – Skiers, snowboarders, and those looking for a winter getaway can rejoice.