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Kovacs_nash This Week in Motorhead History: The Death of Ernie Kovacs
By Bob Marlow

55 years ago, in the early morning hours of January 13, 1962, pioneering television comedian Ernie Kovacs crashed his car on rain-slick roads at the corner of Beverly Glen and Santa Monica Boulevards in Los Angeles. Driving alone, the 42-year-old Kovacs was killed as his car spun into a telephone pole.

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Lancer_Evolution_X-front The Lancer Gets Lanced
By Bob Marlow

The Mitsubishi Lancer, is going the way of the dodo, too, a victim of the declining market for sedans in general, the ongoing growth in the market for SUVs and crossovers, and Mitsubishi’s own lackluster presence in the marketplace as a whole.

Mitsubishi has announced that production of the Lancer will cease in August.

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Craftsman_GarageWorkBench What is Happening to Craftsman Tools?
By Bob Marlow

The news spread quickly through the motorhead community this week, when it was announced that Sears was selling its iconic Craftsman brand to Stanley.

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Remembering Those Who Left Us in 2016
By Bob Marlow

As the calendar flips to the new year, media outlets present tributes to the celebrities and pubic figures lost during the prior twelve months.

Here at CarShowSafari.com, we are doing the same, but with a more narrow focus: People from the world of automobile racing.

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IMG_5947 Car Books We Love – The Holiday Gift List
By Ruby Rae Scalera

Check out wonderful journeys into foreign car cultures, America’s lust for the open road, and the role of the automobile throughout our lives, in three great new automotive books – perfect for the holidays!

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Duesy 01 (This Week in Motorhead History) Drive Home Again in Indiana
By Bob Marlow

While the Indy 500 remains the world’s most famous automobile race, less well-known is the fact that in the early part of the 20th century, Indiana was the country’s second-largest automobile-producing state, second only to Michigan.

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2017 Honda Accord Hybrid Owner’s Review 2017-Honda-Accord-Hybrid 3-4
By Car Show Safari Staff

The Accord’s long history of awards in the family sedan segment, its reliability record and our experience owning two of them predisposed us to consider this model seriously. We bought a Hybrid Touring Edition.

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Pic_7 Chicago Car Culture – Year in Review
By Chris Barner

Last year, I made the decision to move from my hometown in upstate New York to Chicago and I made it a mission to dig deep into the Midwestern car show scene from the minute I got out here. I was absolutely not disappointed with what I found.

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Long Live the Tin
This Week in Motorhead History (1915): Ford Produces Its One Millionth Car
By Ruby Rae Scalera

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The Ford Motor Company produced its one millionth car on December 10, 1915, thanks to the ingenuity, forward thinking and innovation of Henry Ford and the Ford Model T.

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13227448_453996868132193_7297631754099654114_o The Boys Are Back (In Cars)
A Quick Look at The Grand Tour Premiere
By Ruby Rae Scalera

Amidst a wash of build shows, competition shows and inexplicable racing shows, The Grand Tour rises above them all – providing wit, madness, motoring (oh yeah…) and a touch of the absurd.

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