Name: Brian Duboy Place of Birth: Warsaw, NY Occupation: Salesperson Employer: Saturn of Baton Rouge Age: 42 Year, Make and Model of your first car/truck: 1977 AMC Hornet AMX What did you want to be when you grew up? Architect How long have you worked in the auto industry? 13 … Continue reading
Diesel Genes by Scott Corlett We love us some Diesel Jeans and so does Mercedes-Benz—diesel genes, that is. In 1936, Mercedes-Benz spawned the first diesel-engined passenger car, which made a whopping 45 bhp and maxed out at 60 mph. Despite this humble beginning, once the oil-burning gene was part of … Continue reading
White Before Memorial Day? by Joe LaMuraglia Saturday, April 21st – I arrived back to Atlanta late last night and picked up my latest ride – the ’07 Special Edition VW New Beetle Convertible. My first thought was how interesting the timing was considering my quote in the NY Times … Continue reading
We were recently invited to a unique birthday party. The event didn’t involve balloons, cake or even booze yet it was one of the best parties we’ve been to in a long time. It was in celebration of Saab’s 60th anniversary as a car company and fittingly it was held at an airstrip in Southern California.
“Butch, Party of One” By Joe LaMuraglia If you are a regular reader of Gaywheels.com, you may have noticed that I’ve been writing my reviews in blog format lately. It helps me stay on top of the vehicle review to-do list and, I hope, it gives our readers a more … Continue reading
Posted April 16, 2007 Toyota Yaris Still #1, Saab 9-3 Moves into Second Place ATLANTA, GA – The entry-level Toyota Yaris is still in the top spot on Gaywheels.com’s most-researched list for first Quarter of 2007. The Saab 9-3 continued its march up the list and replaced the Toyota Camry … Continue reading
Your friendly neighborhood gay car geeks at Gaywheels.com fought the crowds, the rain and rude people (and that was INSIDE the show) to bring you the latest from the New York Auto Show. We have the latest from Audi, Jeep, Infiniti, Volvo and Mercedes-Benz.
This Ain’t Daddy’s Caddy by Scott Corlett For nearly twenty years, Cadillac floundered on the brink of automotive irrelevancy. Finally, in the late ‘90s, the designers and the engineers at the GM subsidiary that once set the benchmark in luxury driving began the long struggle to rebuild the brand. With … Continue reading