Brett Berk

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Tuesday

19

June 2018

A $140,000 U-Haul

Written by , Posted in Road & Track

Wherein a friend and I undertake a ridiculous, 24-hour, 1000-mile adventure in a six-figure hot-rod station wagon, attempting to answer the literal and philosophical question: Are we in love with our baggage?

Thursday

14

June 2018

Thursday

7

June 2018

Sunday

27

May 2018

Welcome to “Underappreciated”

Written by , Posted in Automobile

My new, recurring column in Automobile magazine features outlier vehicles from the late 20th and early 21st centuries, cars that presented fresh ideas or innovative technologies but failed to connect with consumers then and remain undervalued (read: bargains) today. Up first, the 2003-04 Infiniti M45.

Wednesday

23

May 2018

Porsche’s Killer Look

Written by , Posted in Autoblog

Though you might peruse your wardrobe and assemble the same old set of separates into the same old boring outfit for inane work or social functions—jeans, button-down, windowpane plaid blazer, patent-leather wing tips, viridescent cravat, black sapphire pinky ring, stovepipe hat, white tiger on a platinum chain—there are certain rare times when the fashion sprites shine down on you, spizzle you with their magic glimmer, and grant your look an inexplicable frisson. Your selfies radiate likes, your cohorts shower praise and glower rapaciously. You nail it.

Monday

21

May 2018

Friday

18

May 2018

Monday

14

May 2018

Conceptual Art

Written by , Posted in Autoweek

Using cunning strategy and perseverance, Joe Bortz has assembled the world’s foremost collection of American concept cars. He reveals some of his best tricks in this Autoweek feature.

Click on the thumbnails above (and then click again) to view a crappy scan, or just subscribe to or download the magazine, you chintzy bitch.

Friday

11

May 2018