Zombie Car Wreck Halloween Display Shocks Neighbors

The Negrottos of Ocean Township have created one of the coolest Halloween displays I have ever seen. As a result, people were offended, because of course. Even the police were on the Negrottos side, offering suggestions to improve the display after being called to investigate. Krysten and Kevin Negrotto created an entire backstory for their … Read more

Edd China Is Back With Garage Revival

If you thought the end of Edd China on Wheeler Dealers was the last we will see of him, then you were dead wrong. Edd China is back with a new show called Edd China’s Garage Revival, and we have the pilot episode for you right here! In Edd’s new show, he will travel the … Read more

What We Know So Far About Season 3 Of The Grand Tour

We still have the Colombia Special to look forward to, but for the most part, we Grand Tour fans have our sights firmly set on Season 3. Not a whole ton of information has dropped yet, but we do know a few details about what to expect in the upcoming season. Let’s take a look! … Read more

The Grand Tour Season 3 Filming Visits Inverness Castle

Last week we learned that Jeremy, James, and Richard were in Scotland filming a segment for the upcoming season of The Grand Tour. While we received info on what cars they were using, not too much information on where they were filming was learned. It turns out that the episode will feature the boys partaking … Read more

The Grand Tour Season 3 Filming – Fiat X1/9

We saw a very Jeremy car and a very James car in the Scotland filming of a Season 3 episode. Following up those two is a very Richard car; the Fiat X1/9…in my favorite color, no less! The Fiat X1/9 was a two-seater mid-engined sports car manufactured by Fiat and designed by Bertone. Between the … Read more

The Grand Tour Season 3 Filming – Lancia Gamma Coupe

Moving along with the Season 3 filming in Scotland, we see that James May has selected a Lancia Gamma Coupe. The Gamma succeeded the Lancia Flavia in 1976 and featured both a fastback saloon and coupe versions, both which were designed by Pininfarina. The Gamma featured a 2.5L (later a 2.0L was available) longitudinally mounted … Read more