All posts by Eric J. Leech

Road to the Beyond

Cruisin Caskets is the manufacturer of a very unique final resting place, in the form of your favorite ride. These coffins are designed from fiberglass, and feature the choice of body style, paint scheme, upholstery, rims, and personalized license plate (“FULouC4”).  If you’ve got a laid back sense of humor, these can also double as a centerpiece table, hallway bench, or tailgate cooler. Continue reading Road to the Beyond

Video: 2011 Dodge Charger, The Future of Driving


Somewhere between 2020 and 2025, driverless passenger vehicles will begin to be offered as an option. This will enable drivers the choice to tell the vehicle where you would like to go, and it will calculate the optimal route and drive them there. These systems are believed to also be safer (less accidents, etc), promote less maintenance issues (better driving habits), and increase the longevity of a vehicle.

I say, the hell with an overly automated future, we want to drive our own damn cars! Continue reading Video: 2011 Dodge Charger, The Future of Driving

How Much Does it Cost to Own a Supercar?

Beyond the initial six to seven figure number, you’ve got to consider the down payment, financing, crate shipping (most supercars are out of country), insurance, and maintenance. Let’s take a look at the cost of supercar ownership from the standpoint of five of the most expensive to own. Continue reading How Much Does it Cost to Own a Supercar?

The 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT Gets Kowalski Approved

If you’re a fan of the cult classic, Vanishing Point, you’ll be happy to hear that a dealership in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania has taken it upon themselves to build and release their own “Kowalski Approved” edition of the Challenger, as a tribute to the 1971 film. Continue reading The 2011 Dodge Challenger SRT Gets Kowalski Approved

Dodge Viper to Return in 2012

No sooner had the Dodge Viper been put out of commission, reports of a next generation were already steaming up the pages of automobile magazines. Well, the cat’s all the way out of the bag, and Chrysler has released a statement that practically guarantees the Viper’s return in 2012. This time, however, the brute will be tamed by its new found Italian influence. Continue reading Dodge Viper to Return in 2012