Casey Wright

Casey enjoys driving slow cars fast, regularly racing his ex-Spec 1992 Miata on the weekends. He enjoys the quirks of vintage cars so much that he now restores them as a profession. Never one to turn down a chance to learn something new, Casey is often seen working on friends cars after work.

1969 Chrysler Imperial LeBaron

1969 Imperial LeBaron Review: Driving the Distinguished

With night falling gracefully on the skyline like oxblood red curtains in a theatre, the 1969 Imperial LeBaron sits alongside the road looking as if it were sculpted by Michelangelo. Its dramatic fuselage highlights curves that practically melt down the side of the body, largely concealing the rear wheels. The Imperial is adorned tastefully, with …

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Chevrolet Caprice Estate wagon

Hooptie Highlights: “The Pennsylvania Crapwagon” 1993 Chevrolet Caprice Estate

If you’ve been a follower of Out Motorsports for any duration of time then I’m sure you’ve read an article or two of hilariously dilapidated derelicts chugging merrily long past their expiration date. They’re the true work horses of our fleets, the unsung heroes, and cheap thrills. This marks the beginning of a series dedicated …

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W123 Mercedes Benz 300TD

1983 Mercedes-Benz 300TD Estate Review: The Energizer Bunny of Wagons

Throughout the production of the “W123” Mercedes-Benz 300-series, there was hardly a shortage of wagons available for sale from other marques. Yet, Mercedes-Benz knew they had hit a thirsty niche fairly early on. The North American wagon market was plush with offerings from nearly every manufacturer with the exception of two – Cadillac and Lincoln. …

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1981 Buick Riviera rear

1981 Buick Riviera Coupe: If ‘Fat Elvis’ Was a Car

I made a mistake. Plagued with financially-irresponsible characteristics and a healthy credit score, I find myself making impulsive purchases more often than not. This car marks number 28 on the list of cars I have owned in my lifetime. What started out as an offhand, “you should buy this” comment and a few old blurry …

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