Two thieves rammed a stolen Ford pickup truck through a New Jersey jewelry store window early Valentine's Day morning in a daring smash-and-grab robbery.
Driving a vehicle like a Maserati is as much about the status symbol as it is about the mechanical bits of the vehicle underneath the badge. So it only follows that the Trident marque should offer other ways for its customers to flaunt their wealth when away from their GranTurismo or Quattroporte.
It's bound to happen. If you travel very many miles, especially at night, it's quite likely you'll create roadkill. Even some of the expert drivers here at AutoblogGreen have taken the life of a street-crossing animal. (I'm sooo sorry, Mr. or Mrs. Bunny, I tried to miss, I really tried.) While different areas have different ways of dealing with this all-too-common occurrance, today we focus on the amazing art of Amy Nugent (no relation to Ted). The Canadian artist brings some life back to haples
We've seen automotive inspired jewelry before. Bracelets that look like chains, shift gate earrings, even piston-shaped pendants. But for all you gear heads out there who might be heading down the aisle soon, we offer a suggestion for a way to personalize your commitment to your betrothed, while showing your love for wheels too. Brian Bergeron Designs offers a range of tire-inspired rings for men and women that will proclaim your dual passions to all.