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AACA Hosts Toy Drive

AACA Hosts Toy Drive

Food for the Needy Also Accepted

The Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) Museum is teaming up with Carry the Light Ministries of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania for the fifth consecutive year to help sponsor a Food & Toy "DRIVE".Last year, this "DRIVE" was able to assist more than... more

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Nancy Gates - November 22, 2011 08:11 AM - Comments

L.A. Overview

L.A. Overview

Auto Show Reveals

The 2011 L.A. Auto Show has once again served as the venue for product launches. Most of the new products centered on foreign manufacturers, the “Big 3” had their hands in as well.General Motors used the time to unveil the powerful Camaro... more

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Larry Jewett - November 18, 2011 01:43 PM - Comments

Winning Wager

Winning Wager

California Museum Gets James Dean Car

During the height of the baseball season, the California Automobile Museum of Sacramento and the National Automobile Museum in Reno entered into a friendly wager pitting two minor league baseball teams, the Sacramento River Cats and the Reno Aces, against... more

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Deborah Davis - November 18, 2011 12:19 PM - Comments

Ring Brothers Honored

Ring Brothers Honored

Goodguys Award Added

Mike and Jim Ring, renowned designers and builders of cutting edge muscle cars and street machines were dual recipients of the Goodguys 2011 Trendsetter Award. The award is presented annually to rising talents in the realm of rod & custom car building... more

GENERAL

John Drummond - November 17, 2011 10:10 AM - Comments

2006 Mustang GT

2006 Mustang GT

Wicked Performance Cooks Up a Hot Ride on the Jersey Coast

Brian Hand has always been a “handy” guy … and you knew that pun was coming. At an early age, he had a deep interest in how and why things worked.... more

MUSTANG

Scott Lachenauer - November 17, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Horn's Auto Sales & Salvage

Horn's Auto Sales & Salvage

50 Years in Business

Leroy Horn is a mild-mannered friendly individual who started Horn’s Auto Sales & Salvage at his home in 1961 as a part-time business. In 1975, he decided to make it his full-time job. Horn lightheartedly recalls that it seems he made more money working it as a part-time business.... more

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Leroy Drittler - November 17, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

1984 Corvette (number 750000)

1984 Corvette (number 750000)

Corvette #750000 is this 1984 model

Seeing a 1984 Corvette with factory fresh white paint and a fully wrapped red interior tends to motivate one to take a closer look. The instrument cluster reveals a staggering 450 miles on the clock.... more

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Al Rogers - November 17, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

1967 Camaro details

1967 Camaro details

Doing everything right

First generation Camaros are among the most popular vehicles ever built. These versatile pony cars have been hot rodded, customized and modified in every conceivable way. Incredible success stories in the performance world inspired enthusiasts to build thousands of first gen Camaros into dedicated race cars and wild street cars.... more

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Larry Weiner - November 17, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Back on Track

Back on Track

Corvette nameplate hits the high-banks of Daytona again

Corvette has a storied history of racing-related feats in Daytona. Zora Arkus-Duntov – the father of the Corvette and chief engineer working on the Corvette in the ’50s and ’60s – set a flying-mile speed record of more than 150 miles per hour in a Corvette on Daytona Beach, one of a number of record runs on the beach for him. When Daytona International Speedway opened in 1959, Arkus-Duntov turned the fastest laps – 155 miles per hour – in a Corvette SS.... more

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Andy Bolig - November 16, 2011 07:17 PM - Comments

L.A. Auto Show

L.A. Auto Show

The New Cadillac

Cadillac has unveiled the 2013 XTS, the newest addition to the Cadillac luxury sedan lineup. It arrives in showrooms in the spring of 2012 as the most technologically advanced production car in the brand’s history.Larger than the CTS, the new XTS... more

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GM Press - November 16, 2011 05:35 PM - Comments