When you hear the words “rental car,” what comes to mind? Perhaps a gutless econobox with a hard plastic interior that you rented at the airport in some other city? Well folks, this is no ordinary rental car. It’s a 2016 Shelby GT-H, and it’s a fresh take on an old idea: a race car that you can rent for a day. Continue reading
Jay-Z and Linkin Park. Chicken and Waffles. Each of these things are fine separately, but for some reason people feel the need to combine them. While some people swear they go better together, the rest of us wrinkle our brows in disgust at the idea.
Such is the case with superheros and muscle cars. I think they’re fine separately, but definitely not better together. My opinion is that the end result is not twice as good, but only half as good as it could be.
To give you a better idea of what I am talking about, let’s take a look at some examples. Exhibit A is a fifth-generation Ford Mustang that has been built by Roush Performance. The car exhibits the trademark Roush wheels, bumper, and supercharged V8 engine. This is a fine vehicle that any muscle car enthusiast would be proud to own.
For some reason, the owner felt the need to plaster Batman emblems on the front grille. I feel that the cartoon logos on this car distract from the seriously awesome nature of this high-performance vehicle.