Auto Insider John McCormick gets some seat time in the 2008 Cadillac CTS and says it deserves a broader audience, and promises "the new CTS is ready to confound your expectations." Check out his complete review at The Detroit News.
Dan Mohler, Fandango's VP of sales, explains how a love affair with the highway contributed to a summer of movie marketing blockbusters saying "Hollywood has had a long-standing love affair with the open road. At the same time, the entertainment category has long been an appealing venue for automotive advertisers." Read the complete article at imediaconnection.com.
Remember playing musical chairs as a child? Well, It looks like a Kia Spectra Sedan is the winner in this video of a parking lot full of cars playing a friendly game of "musical cars."
Here's a slideshow of some, artistic, comic, and strange cars you've just got to see to believe. My favorite? The camouflaged Lamborghini. Which is your favorite?
Inspired (in part) by the 4 Hour Workweek, where Tim Ferris talks about living a totally mobile lifestyle, This couple from Sarasota, Florida, is planning to sell their worldly possessions, buy a used van, live in it, and blog about it. Check it out at www.inavandownbytheriver.com Have you ever thought about what it might be like to live out of your car?
How about a pink Robin Reliant three wheeler? Apparently a Brooklyn business called the Chip Shop uses this shiny beast for marketing deliveries.
Here's a running commentary on many unusual vehicles this blogger has seen on the road. My favorite is the Lego car. Feel free to add to the imagery if you've also seen something interesting worth sharing!
Here's a funky little Smart Car we found at Flickr with a wacky, attention-getting rooftop prop. Talk about "outdoor plumbing"!
This Flickr car is covered with an artistic application of aluminum foil. Now THAT'S a fashion statement I'm not sure I'm ready to make...
That's it for this week's wacky cars carnival! Make sure to submit your article for next week's "Automotive Advice for Women Blog Carnival" using the online form or by emailing Ask Patty at email@example.com.