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Wow Factor Day 9

Wow Factor Day 9

A Dozen Cars That Get Attention

They called it “The Hot One” and the 1955 Chevy Bel Air did everything it could to live up to that name. Powered by the new V-8 engine, it really came to life with the addition of the Power Pack option. A proud member of the “Tri-Five... more

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Kevin Harper - December 09, 2012 08:00 AM - Comments

Student Trees

Student Trees

On Display at AACA Museum

The AACA Museum is excited to have Christmas trees decorated by local school students on display this year for the Spectacular Christmas Celebration. East Hanover Elementary School, Hershey High School, Lower Dauphin High School, Steelton High School... more

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Larry Jewett - December 08, 2012 08:35 AM - Comments

Wow Factor Day 8

Wow Factor Day 8

A Dozen Cars That Get Attention

The car got its name from the 400 cubic inch engine, four-barrel carburetor and twin exhausts. It became a separate model from the Cutlass or F-85 for 1968-1971. Designed as in-house competition for Pontiac, the Oldsmobile entry came into its own, especially... more

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Kevin Harper - December 08, 2012 08:00 AM - Comments

Takin' It To The Track!

Takin' It To The Track!

SEMA Action Network to Sponsor Racers Against Street Racing

The SEMA Action Network (SAN) is proud to welcome the Racers Against Street Racing (RASR) brand to its network.... more

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Andy Bolig - December 07, 2012 09:56 AM - Comments

Wow Factor Day 7

Wow Factor Day 7

A Dozen Cars That Get Attention

New, different and bold were some of the ways the Dodge Viper was described when it was created in 1992. Officially called the RT/10, the world got its first look when the car was used to pace the 1991 Indianapolis 500, substituting for the Stealth. A... more

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Kevin Harper - December 07, 2012 08:00 AM - Comments

Lutz Honored

Lutz Honored

New EyesOn Design Award

EyesOn Design will present a new award - the Design Catalyst Award - on Tuesday, January 15, during the North American International Auto Show.The EyesOn Design Awards honor the best production and concept cars making their North American or worldwide... more

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Larry Jewett - December 06, 2012 10:37 AM - Comments

Wow Factor Day 6

Wow Factor Day 6

A Dozen Cars That Get Attention

The Larry Shinoda-created “split window” was a one year only design and quite well received to this day. The car evolved from a racing car and served to push Corvette as a racing machine. According to Mike Yager’s Corvette Bible, firsts... more

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Kevin Harper - December 06, 2012 08:00 AM - Comments

Chip Miller Honored

Chip Miller Honored

Miller Inducted into Bloomington Gold's Great Hall

The Bloomington Gold "Great Hall" recognizes ten people/organizations and ten cars annually that contribute or have contributed to the Corvette and collector car hobby.... more

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Andy Bolig - December 05, 2012 09:14 PM - Comments

End of a Run

End of a Run

Walter P. Chrysler Museum to Close

Reports from the Detroit area say the Walter P. Chrysler Museum will close its doors to the public at the end of December. The Auburn Hills, Michigan, facility has reportedly lost money in the past two years and the closing is blamed on poor economies. The... more

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Larry Jewett - December 05, 2012 03:15 PM - Comments

Wow Factor Day 5

Wow Factor Day 5

A Dozen Cars That Get Attention

The first generation Ford Thunderbird was built to rival the Corvette in the two-seater market. The car was designed as a “personal luxury car” and not a sports car, selling on design. One of the unique factors was the porthole window seen... more

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Kevin Harper - December 05, 2012 08:00 AM - Comments