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The New York International Auto Show, hosted at the Jacob Javits Center, is at the end of the international auto show tours. Still, the New York Auto Show is one of the big ones, one of the most important industry events, and one of the auto shows that helps predict, determine or play out the future of the car industry.read more
Today, in 2009, Fast & Furious, the fourth film in the successful action franchise, debuted in America, before going on to take the record of the highest grossing opening weekend for any car movie in history.read more
It happened. I was going about, living my life, minding my own business, when – completely out of the blue – I wanted a Porsche.
Me? A Porsche.
The skies are falling.read more
For those of us determined to brainwash the next generation into sharing our fanatical love of the automobile, Kevin O’Connell’s Abecedarium Automobilium is a can’t miss.read more
The Atlantic City Car Show should be a smash hit. It has been in the past. But the last few years have seen a decline in one of the most anticipated New Jersey car shows of the year, and that’s a shame.
It’s also a lesson. As we delve deeper in the reason behind the show’s less than success, we might also find the answer to the ever important question – what makes for a good car show?read more
We got a new car. When I say new, I’m not referring to the age of the eight-seater station wagon adding to the general aesthetic of an overcrowded driveway, but the fact that we now own a car we did not own before.read more
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!read more
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.read more
Oh, but I missed my scruffy, caustic middle-aged British men. It’s been some time since Clarkson’s nail in the coffin stunt that got him fired from BBC’s Top Gear (cough, the real one) and it’s easy to forget why Clarkson, Hammond and May are the best in the business. But they are the best, and it seems that nothing – not even literally being fired from their own television program – can change that.read more
The Amazon Prime series The Grand Tour, starring the former Top Gear triumvirate of Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond, made its long-anticipated debut on November 18. It had its moments. The show incorporated a mix of the familiar and the new. A tent,...read more
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- On June 1, 1934, the Japanese based automobile manufacturer Jidosha-Seizo Kabushiki-Kaisha changed its name to Nissan Motor Company.
- Today, in 1944, Bertha Benz died. And anyone who loves cars, knows cars or has ever sat in a car, you should care.
- Hertz, the 102-year-old and iconic car rental company, filed for bankruptcy protection on May 22, the repercussions of which have affected, and continue to affect, the auto industry and the markets for new and used cars.
- Construction of the temporary indoor speedway had just been completed. The next morning, the same crew that built it began dismantling it.
- CarShowSafari.com’s Motorsports Editor Bob Marlow has been nominated for this year’s Junie Dunlavey Memorial Spirit of the Sport Award by the Eastern Motorsports Press Association (EMPA).
- In December 2018, the FBI raided the California offices of DC Solar and the home of company owners Jeff and Paulette Carpoff, and aside from the usual seizure of computers, files, and corporate books, the agents found $1.7 million in cash! The FBI suspected the Carpoffs of running DC Solar in the fashion of a Ponzi scheme.
- In this latest installment of So You Want to Have a Car Show, we discuss some of the most important vendor options to consider and the best ways to entice attendees and encourage them to stick around.