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The Art of the Art of Mopar

Your first instinct, when you open The Art of Mopar, by Tom Glatch, is to dive into the deep end of Tom Loeser’s incredible light-painting photography. It is a good instinct, but if you limit yourself to window shopping the bright expanses of American flank and muscle, you are missing out on something truly spectacular.

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You Take Shotgun

Our technology, design, and industry has evolved so rapidly that it is often challenging to reconcile the early days of our history with the modern automobile, but perhaps they are not quite so far apart as they would seem on the surface.

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The All American Ford Falcon

It was an era that would see the end of Hudson, Packard, and DeSoto, as those who did not sense the changing of tides suffered in the new age of American Automobilia.

But if the times were changing, so were automakers, and before long America was privy to the Plymouth Valiant, the Chevrolet Corvair and, on this day September 2, 1959, the Ford Falcon.

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Trusting Tom Cotter With Detroit’s Lost Cars, in Motor City Barn Finds

Of course, we should know by now that we can trust Tom Cotter’s expertise, easy-going personality and choice of photographer to properly capture a universe we may never get to explore first hand. Alongside photographer Michael Alan Ross, Cotter delves deep into the barn find and automotive scene of Detroit. And, like the automotive archaeologist he calls himself, they strike gold.

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When Oldsmobile Was New

This innocuous factory scene is home to Old Motor Works, the second incarnation of Olds Motor Vehicle Company, founded on August 21, 1897, the earliest ancestor of the Oldsmobile.

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    “The moral is clear,” Lewin writes. “Creativity is the lifeblood of the car business, but innovation must be carefully prepared to have a chance of success.”
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  • The Art of the Art of Mopar
    Your first instinct, when you open The Art of Mopar, by Tom Glatch, is to dive into the deep end of Tom Loeser’s incredible light-painting photography. It is a good instinct, but if you limit yourself to window shopping the bright expanses of American flank and muscle, you are missing out on something truly spectacular.
    Read more...
  • Trusting Tom Cotter With Detroit’s Lost Cars, in Motor City Barn Finds
    Of course, we should know by now that we can trust Tom Cotter’s expertise, easy-going personality and choice of photographer to properly capture a universe we may never get to explore first hand. Alongside photographer Michael Alan Ross, Cotter delves deep into the barn find and automotive scene of Detroit. And, like the automotive archaeologist he calls himself, they strike gold.
    Read more...
  • Deuce Gets Rubber in All Four Gears
    Come for the photography, stay for everything else. In Deuce, the Original Hot Rod: 32x32, aptly named author and photographer, Mike Chase, leaves the competition at the starting line.
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  • Anarchy of the Early Auto
    I’ve come to a deep and abiding love and respect for early autos, not dissimilar from the love and respect you might feel for a child attempting to learn to walk. It is chaotic and insane and goes against every natural instinct, but miracle upon miracle, they might actually succeed.
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  • You Take Shotgun
    Our technology, design, and industry has evolved so rapidly that it is often challenging to reconcile the early days of our history with the modern automobile, but perhaps they are not quite so far apart as they would seem on the surface.
    Read more...
  • The All American Ford Falcon
    It was an era that would see the end of Hudson, Packard, and DeSoto, as those who did not sense the changing of tides suffered in the new age of American Automobilia. But if the times were changing, so were automakers, and before long America was privy to the Plymouth Valiant, the Chevrolet Corvair and, on this day September 2, 1959, the Ford Falcon.
    Read more...
  • This Week in Motorhead History – Walter P. Chrysler Passes Away
    On August 18, 1940, automotive titan Walter P. Chrysler passed away in New York. But, of course, it is not the anniversary of his death that is most important but, rather, the remarkable journey he took and the impact he made on the automotive industry during his life.
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  • This Week in Motorhead History: Nash—From Bicycles to Jeeps
    It was 100 years ago this week that Charles W. Nash, at the time a former president of General Motors, acquired the Thomas B. Jeffery Company of Kenosha, Wisconsin, and renamed it the Nash Motors Company.
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  • Route 66 Barn Find Road Trip is the Perfect Find
    Tom Cotter does it again. With his crack team of photographer Michael Alan Ross and copilot Brian Barr, Cotter leaves Chicago to take on the American car enthusiast’s dream drive, but with a twist.
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