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Dusting Off: Hot-Wiring a Car

First, the obvious: we don’t actually endorse stealing cars. But still, it’s nice to know that in a pinch, all you need to do to escape your pursuers is shimmy the lock of the nearest parked car, reach under the dashboard, connect a couple of wires and peel out just in time to wink at the goon coming around the bend, gun in hand.

Sure, he’d probably shoot out the rear windshield, but we all know those bullets never hit anyone.

So in the spirit of nostalgia, we’ve put together a quick guide to hot-wiring, along with the ideal circumstances under which you’d be doing it. Use this information only for good...

Everything you need to know about hot-wiring cars»

Lana Wood Is Tired of Bloggers Joking About Her Name

via WBE

Suit Up: A wardrobe guide for the creative fields. We’d say you need a good deal more than one blazer, but that’s just us. [The Significant Other]

Under the Rug: GQ sits down with Christopher Bastin, the gentleman behind GANT Rugger. [GQ]

The Creeping Short: Boast bemoans the gradual lengthening of the tennis short. The word “shant” is used. [Boast USA]

The Desert of the Real: A crop of hot rods race across the Bonneville salt flats. Beautiful. [The Selvedge Yard]

In the Bubble


The American auto industry hasn’t been doing so well the last few decades, but we’re sure it’ll pull through. After all, it’s got American ingenuity on its side.

Take this bubble-top hot rod, for instance. There isn’t much in the way of trunkspace or a backseat, and we shudder to think of the fuel efficiency, but we’d take it in a drag race any day. According to eBay, it’s currently on the block for $71,000, but that’s a small price to pay for a piece of history.

If they hurry, we bet Ford could get this lined up for 2010.