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1969 Pontiac GTO Judge

1969 Pontiac GTO Judge

making Good on Getting Another One

“I’ve always been a Pontiac man, even though my first car was a ’56 Bel Air,” says Larry Zdunek of Marquette, Michigan.... more

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Story Jon Robinson Images Al Rogers - November 03, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Movie and TV Cars

Movie and TV Cars

Cars Can Be Stars in Movies

Nothing helps a person, place or thing to reach the pinnacle of success in popular culture more than the movie screen. The fame achieved through an appearance on-screen can be everlasting. It’s not always the case when it comes to cars, but when you hit it big, you really hit it big.... more

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Kevin Harper - October 27, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

1958 Mercury racer

1958 Mercury racer

The legends and their contribution to modern auto sports

When you get a chance to see a historic race car, take it. It will give you plenty of insight into the times.... more

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John Gunnell - October 27, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Desk Duty

Desk Duty

This ’92 SSP still serves with the Michigan State Police

Established in 1917 as a temporary emergency force for domestic security during World War I, the Michigan State Police (MSP) included motorized units from the very beginning. The fledgling force of only 300 men comprised mounted, dismounted and the motorized units.... more

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Barry Kluczyk - October 27, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Hemi Barracuda Race Car

Hemi Barracuda Race Car

Kuda Reigns Triumphant

“It won’t spin”… that’s the reason Bucky Hess gave when asked to explain why he believed the King Kuda II is the best race car he’s ever owned.... more

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Arvid Svendsen - October 20, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Wisconsin Auto Museum 

Wisconsin Auto Museum 

Celebrating A Silver Anniversary

In a relatively short span of time, a once-unwanted 165,000 square foot canning factory, where mushrooms used to grow on silt-lined loading docks, has become a 12-acre educational and arts hub. The Wisconsin Automotive Museum is a world-class entity devoted to Badger state automobiles.... more

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John Gunnell - October 20, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Rally Appalachia

Rally Appalachia

Good Times for a Good Cause

If the participants in the 2011 Rally Appalachia would have to write the typical “What I Did on My Summer vacation” paper, I guarantee it would be interesting reading. The guarantee comes in knowing that it was a good event for a good cause with good people having good fun.... more

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Larry Jewett - October 13, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Resurrected 1968 Corvette

Resurrected 1968 Corvette

This ’68 Corvette was thrown to the curb, literally!

There’s a special place in heaven for those folks who have persevered, felt the sting of despair and isolation but, somehow, pressed on to see a pile of parts become their pride and joy.... more

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Andy Bolig - October 13, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Customized 2010 Camaro

Customized 2010 Camaro

Chicago-area Chevy guy Bob Delia had a plan

Bob and Barb Delia have been together for 50 years, 46 of those years as husband and wife. Raised in Chicago, Bob relates that Barb was the girl next door that lived two houses down the street.... more

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Rich Truesdell - October 13, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

1957 Dodge Custom Royale

1957 Dodge Custom Royale

Having fun, whether it is a D-500 or 501!

A little history lesson is probably in order here. The chase for NASCAR fame started long before Superbirds, Daytonas and of course, that jellybean known as the “Car of Tomorrow”.... more

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Andy Bolig - October 13, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments