An Ode to the American Truck, Camper, and Wild West

I do not come from the land of big skies. Home was the most crowded exit off the Garden State Parkway, college was in a city where no one I knew bothered with cars, and even though my current address is more urban sprawl than skyscraper land, it still suffers from...

The History of the Corvette: In Media Res

There are few production vehicles created by American automakers that hold the same value as the Chevrolet Corvette when discussing performance, legacy, and beauty. While limited-run models and racing vehicles have and continue to hold council in the great Parthenon...

Picking the Perfect Date

It’s worth noting that I’ve been trying to share car show hosting information with increasing chronological value, as we get deeper into the car show season. This article doesn’t quite fit the mold and, in fact, is likely better suited to next year’s show season. The...

Nissan Is Named

This Week in Motorhead History On June 1, 1934, the Japanese based automobile manufacturer Jidosha-Seizo Kabushiki-Kaisha changed its name to Nissan Motor Company. It had been founded the previous December and would produce the company’s first Datsun the following...

Bonnie and Clyde Were Pretty Looking People

Bonnie and Clyde were pretty looking people, but I can tell you people, they were the devil’s children. This week, in 1934, the famous outlaw couple, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were shot to death in a stolen 1934 Ford Deluxe in Louisiana, after a two-year crime...
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