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Last Updated by: admin on 08 October 12 @ 03:30 PM EST
18 August 22 @ 06:29 PM
The CarCynic and the Helping Seniors Car Raffle
The CarCynic and CarCynic Sound have been promoting the 2022 Helping Seniors Car Raffle. The "Dodge vs Chevy" Challenge promotes the raffle by pointiing out that the raffle winner can choose the car they win. Check the video above, and then follow the links below to enter. You do not need to be present to win. All entries get access to the American Muscle Car Museum the night of the drawing.
Which car do you think the CarCynic would recommend that the winner take home? Hint: Between the CarCynic FAQ, and an old episode of "The Car I Learned About Today", you can figure it out.
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Posted by: admin on 18 August 22 @ 06:29 PM EST
26 February 22 @ 02:39 PM
CarCynic's comments on the current situation in Ukraine:
Based on My ownership of a car originally manufactured in the Soviet Union, I felt compelled to make a statement on the current situation in Ukraine.
Origin of the image on the right is unknown. I claim no credit for this image.
I have decided to break that statement out to this separate article, and I will update this article as needed.
Original Entry: 24 February 2022 The CarCynic expresses his support and best wishes for the people of Ukraine. I would like to point out that this car was made in the former Soviet Union, a government that no longer exists. Russia in no way profited from the CarCynic's acquisition of this car. In response to Russian military action in Ukraine, the CarCynic is taking the following steps: 1.) At least for the short term, no parts or accessories will be purchased from Russian vendors unless those vendors specifically denounce the actions of the current Russian Government WRT Ukraine. This applies to companies and individuals selling on auction sites. 2.)The same applies to my support of YouTubers residing in Russia. Support means watching, "liking", purchasing "Merch", or providing links. The CarCynic will continue to support vendors and content producers within Ukraine and elsewhere who support and strive for a free Ukraine.
What did the CarCynic Buy This Time? Hint: It's not a Citroën. Check back soon for more information, and until then, you can send your guess using the anti-spam picture addresses to the left. Your email address will not be shared or sold. Right Click on the image, and choose "Open Image..." to see a larger picture. UPDATE: The Answer has been reveled. Read More for a picture and description...
The CarCynic Crashes Electric Car Event on The Space Coast
The CarCynic Invites Himself, and his Non-electric 1982 Citroen GSA to a "National Drive Electric Week" Event in Satellite Beach, FL. Photo: Unknown, Shared Publicly on Google Photos. Right Click and select View Image for larger version.
The CarCynic, His NOx-Gushing, Dino-burning 1982 Citroen, and a Stack of Pamphlets detailing the dangers of Lithium Ion Batteries -vs- Hundreds of EV Enthusiasts -- How's that going to end?
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Posted by: admin on 03 September 18 @ 11:37 PM EST
13 May 18 @ 06:31 PM
Congratulations on that “New” Honda Clarity. It's design is 48 years old.
I'd like to thank Honda for giving me an excuse to talk about my new1982 Citroen GSA. Yes, I'm the cynic, but in a strange reversal of roles, you may cynically call me out for referring to a 1982 car as “New”. Well, maybe that's true, but if so, then a 2018 Plug-In Hybrid that copies that 1982 Citroen (The Citroen GS was actually launched in 1970) isn't very new either.
Photo: Honda Clarity originally from wikimedia commons, edited by the CarCynic. Citroen GSA photo by The CarCynic.
Read on, and I'll leave most, but not all, cynicism aside as I explain...