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Detroit Knows Cars

Detroit Knows Cars

Automobile art show opens at the Chase Tower Building in downtown Detroit

This year’s exhibit is a prelude to 2013 when Detroit Knows Cars becomes the annual Motor City Automobile Fine Art Competition, an international art competition that will offer cash “Awards of Excellence” to attract the interest and entries of the best automobile artists in the world.  This event will serve to bring notoriety to Detroit as a vibrant, aesthetic, and energetic community.  Quicken Loans and Bedrock Real Estate Services are in-kind sponsors of the exhibit.... more

GENERAL

Andy Bolig - December 30, 2011 11:32 AM - Comments

A Better Body

A Better Body

Latest Mustang Shell A Winner

The 1967 Mustang convertible body shell, the newest officially licensed Ford Restoration part, is now available to order starting at $15,995. It is the fourth reproduction classic Mustang body available to restorers, joining the ’65 convertible... more

MUSTANG

Larry Jewett - December 30, 2011 09:39 AM - Comments

Mecum Offers Classics

Mecum Offers Classics

Kissimmee Event Approaches

 In less than a month, the hammer will be dropping on the annual Mecum January auction in Kissimmee, Florida. The event, held at the Osceola Heritage Park, will run from January 24-29. Consignments are rolling in and there are expected to be... more

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Larry Jewett - December 28, 2011 01:34 PM - Comments

Cobra Videos

Cobra Videos

Learning About the Icon

A new series of online videos by Planet Cobra have debuted at www.goplanetcobra.com with facts, history and model-specific information about the continuation Shelby Cobra.  Each exciting film features one of the three genuine Shelby models that can... more

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Larry Jewett - December 27, 2011 04:30 PM - Comments

MEET JACK ROUSH

MEET JACK ROUSH

2012 Appearance Schedule set

Jack Roush, one of the most famous names in the motorsports and the automotive industries, has released his 2012 ROUSH® appearance schedule.... more

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Andy Bolig - December 23, 2011 10:31 AM - Comments

BLOOMINGTON GOLD TO RELOCATE IN 2013

BLOOMINGTON GOLD TO RELOCATE IN 2013

America's Premiere Corvette Show will move from Pheasant Run in St. Charles, IL to Champaign, IL.

Event officials announced today that they will hold their last event at Pheasant Run in 2012 and introduce an updated event in Champaign County in 2013—Bloomington Gold’s 40th  Anniversary.... more

CORVETTE

Andy Bolig - December 20, 2011 01:49 PM - Comments

Gilmore Car Museum Opens Year Round

Gilmore Car Museum Opens Year Round

Museum Experiences Unprecedented Growth

The ever-expanding Gilmore Car Museum, a favorite destination which has been visited by more than a million guests since opening to the public in 1966, has begun year-round hours for the first time in its 45-year history.... more

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Andy Bolig - December 19, 2011 01:41 PM - Comments

The Inside Story

The Inside Story

Corvette Market A January Topic

Mid America Motorworks Chief Cheerleader Mike Yager will participate in the January 19 expert panel at the Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. The fifth annual Corvette Market Insider's Seminar gives auction attendees a chance to hear from... more

CORVETTE

Larry Jewett - December 15, 2011 10:07 AM - Comments

Open For Business

Open For Business

Chrysler Brings Back Conner Plant

 Chrysler Group LLC will reopen its Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit for the production of the next generation SRT Viper. With the plant’s reopening, nearly 150 jobs, both hourly and salaried, will return to the City of Detroit. The... more

MOPAR

Larry Jewett - December 14, 2011 11:25 AM - Comments

Spirit of the Season

Spirit of the Season

Charity Car Show Winners Include Duster

The spirit of the holiday was in full force as some 30,000 automotive enthusiasts from all over Southern California arrived at the John Force Racing Headquarters in Yorba Linda for the 14th annual John Force Holiday Car Show. Approximately 1,000 cars... more

MOPAR

JMPR - December 12, 2011 03:33 PM - Comments