DM Reesling

DM Reesling

After a successful career as a business professional, DM is pursuing her passion for travel, and her interest in all things auto. Whether it is a Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, a national car show in Carlisle, a Mecum auction in Kissimmee, or a GoodGuys event in Charlotte, DM will give a pre-event summary and on-site reports of the highlights. Since many of these classic car events are used by the auto companies to showcase their soon-to-be-released vehicles, DM will also keep you posted on some of the exciting new cars getting ready to hit the streets. As a featured automotive and travel contributor, be sure to look for regularly published articles on YCN of her experiences, as she travels across the country. Also, check out her website, www.eClassicAutos.com, for slideshows and videos of these special vehicles and travel locations, as well as a calendar of car shows and auctions held across the country.
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  • My Path to a Successful Root Canal
    If you’re having persistent pain when pressure is applied to your tooth, you may need a Root Canal. You’ve probably heard horror stories about this procedure, but although this is not at the top of my to-do-list, it isn’t the nightmare I expected.
  • 2015 Mustang: 50th Anniversary Limited Edition
    Ford will offer a special limited-edition 2015 production-year Mustang. Only 1,964 cars will be produced, the same number of Mustangs in the first year. This GT fastback, with special performance and appearance features, will be an instant collectible.
  • Is a Classic Car on Your Bucket List?
    If owning a classic car is on your bucket list, you've probably done a lot of daydreaming about your dream car. When you're finally ready to make your dreams come true, be sure you've prepared yourself for this once-in-a-lifetime purchase.
  • Mecum Brings Rare Hemi Cuda and L88 Corvette to Auction
    It isn't often that you see one of these classic cars at auction, but at Mecum's inaugural auction in Seattle a rare 1971 Hemi Cuda Convertible and 1967 L88 Corvette will cross the auction block. Let the bidding begin.
  • Ford Mustang: An American Icon Turns 50
    Fifty years ago, one of the greatest success stories of the Blue Oval brand rolled off the assembly line. The Mustang was an instant success, and is still going strong. It's one of those iconic cars that despite its age, has never grown old.
  • The American Sports Car
    Our love affair with the automobile is most apparent when it comes to sports cars. However, American two-seaters have had their ups and downs over the years. Here are some of the highlights -- what succeeded, what didn't, and what could have been.
  • Selling a Classic Car at Auction: It's Not All Business
    If you're selling your classic car at auction, it may not be that easy. You may be in for an emotional roller coaster ride before the sale is final, because after all, it isn't easy losing a member of your family.
  • Classics of the Chrysler Corporation
    Duesenburg, Packard, Studebaker, Pierce Arrow, and DeLorean are all examples of car companies that have failed and eventually disappeared. But, some companies, like Chrysler, have managed to succeed, and along the way produce some enduring classics.
  • RK Motors Performance Center: Building Classic Cars to Show and Go
    Some car enthusiasts pride themselves on originality, while others want their classic to be the biggest and baddest, with the latest technology. RK Motors builds quality cars to the unique specifications provided by the owners.
  • 'Need for Speed' Features Pumped Up Mustang
    This 2014 Mustang, which was especially built for the movie, "Need for Speed," has been reported to being pushing 900 horsepower. The release of the movie is just the beginning of birthday bashes celebrating 50 years of the Mustang.
  • The Vintage L88 Corvettes: A Blue Chip Collectible
    GM only built 216 L88s, making them valuable collectibles. Their rarity, coupled with the mystique of owning the most powerful Corvette made during the heyday of the muscle car, is quickly making them a blue chip investment. Here are some recent sales.
  • The Pontiac GTO: 50 Years of Excitement
    The GTOs of the '60s and '70s, affectionately called Goats, are credited for being the start of the muscle car era. The "hot setup" cars, equipped with three deuces, 4-speed, and a 389 are desirable collector classics.
  • Desert Botanical Gardens in Phoenix, Arizona
    Visit the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, Arizona for a stunning display of cacti and succulents. As an additional bonus, from now until May, you can enjoy the Chihuly Glass exhibits, which are distributed throughout the Garden.
  • Arizona and Florida Set the Pace for Collector Car Auctions
    The auctions Arizona and Florida are fast-paced and high-rolling. With so many extraordinary cars changing hands, it is hard to pick favorites, but here are some of the big sales that prove that the collect car hobby is growing by leaps and bounds.
  • 2014: Classic Cars Rocking in the New Year
    A new year for classic car events starts in January with multiple car shows, swap meets, a Concours d'Elegance, and six major car auctions, Here's some of what will be happening at Barrett-Jackson, Mecum, RM Auctions, Gooding & Company, and Silver.
  • My Escape to Warm Temperatures
    Not everyone defines a cold snap in the same way. Residents of Wyoming would certainly describe it differently than residents of Florida. Unfortunately, my escape to warmer temperatures in Daytona turned out to be one of the coldest days on record.
  • Cars to Watch at Barrett-Jackson’s 2014 Scottsdale Auction
    Barrett-Jackson kicks off the classic car season on Jan. 12. Last year, it was the Batomobile, which sold for a staggering $4.6 million. Which car will take home of honors of biggest sale of the auction?
  • 2013: A Record Year for Classic Cars
    It's hard to imagine a better year for classic cars than 2013. Enthusiasm grew, right along with the amount collectors were willing to pay for the opportunity to own a piece of history. Here's some of what happened to make 2013 such a big year.
  • The 1970 Super Boss 429: A Vietnam Veteran
    Super Boss 429s, with horse power ratings well beyond 1000, were deployed to Vietnam. Their mission, although not a secret weapon on the battlefield, were important to the war effort. Here's how they served.
  • Things to Do in Hilton Head: Cafe Biking
    Looking for a fun and delicious activity in Hilton Head? Cafe biking will provide the opportunity to try the Island's cuisine and to work off those unwanted calories. Exhilarating exercise, good food, and beautiful scenery. Who could ask for more?
  • Concours D'Elegance: Celebrating the Art and History of Automobiles
    As a car enthusiast, chances are you've attended a few car shows. However, if you haven't been to a Concours d'Elegance, it's time to experience a different kind of car show. Wondering which of the more than 25 Concours to visit? Here's a look at 4.
  • Goodguys, Charlotte Motor Speedway, and Classic Cars: A Winning Combination
    At a Goodguys event, you'll see street rods, pro-touring machines, tricked out trucks, muscle cars, and about any type of vehicle customized to the limit, Here's a look at just some of the special cars at their fall show at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
  • The Super Corvette: Chevy's 427 L88
    The limited-production Corvette L88, with the legendary 427 cubic inch engine was available in only 216 cars during its production from '67-'69. Its big block power and aggressive body style was an irresistible combination.
  • Collector Car Auctions Raise Millions for Charities
    There's little doubt that selling collector cars can be a lucrative business, not only for sellers but for auction companies, but you may not know that car auctions provide excellent venues for charity fundraising. Here's some of the charity cars.
  • Shelby American: Creating the Collector Cars of Tomorrow
    Whether you’re looking at the iconic Cobra Roadster, an enhanced Mustang, or an upgraded F150 Raptor truck, there is no mistaking the Shelby look. Shelby American makes owning your dream car easy. All you have to do is decide what options you want, and
  • Barrett-Jackson Brings Collector Cars to Vegas
    Barrett-Jackson will be auctioning 600 collector cars and trucks at its annual 3-day auction at Mandalay Bay's Event Center in Las Vegas, beginning Sept. 26. From prewars, hot rods, big '50s, muscle cars, and supercars, here's some of what you'll see.
  • Dream Cars in Disney World
    It was a fantasyland for classic car lovers during Labor Day weekend, as Disney World welcomed the largest car event ever held at its theme park. If you needed a break from the other Disney attractions, this was the perfect alternative.
  • 2014 Stingray Wows the Crowd at Corvettes at Carlisle
    Enthusiasts rally around the 2014 Corvette in Carlisle, Pennsylvania GM designers and engineers were on hand to provide information and answer questions about the new Stingray. Here's some of what we learned.
  • 60th Anniversary Corvette Celebration Going Strong in Carlisle, Pennsylvania
    Enthusiasts flock to Carlisle each year for their classic car events. This is a special year for their Carlisle Corvette event, since the Vette is celebrating its 60th anniversary. Join in the fun and special events planned for action packed weekend.
  • The New American Hot Rod
    If you like custom cars, get ready for the changing look of American hot rod. The Ford Torino “GPT Special” may be a preview of classic car customization.
  • Cool Classic Car Events in the Hot Days of August
    Chances are you'll be able to find a cruise-in, car show, or auction any time of the year, but August should be dubbed Classic Car Month. Here are just a few of the car events scheduled for the hot days of August.
  • GoodGuys Crowns Street Rod and Street Machine of the Year
    A1940 Ford Coupe and 1969 Ford Torino won the Goodguys Street Rod and Street Machine of the Year at the PPG Nationals in Columbus, OH. Here's a look at these elite cars.
  • Woodies: Station Wagons with Flair
    Woodies are growing in popularity and value in the classic car market. These rare and uniquely designed vehicles, with their contrast of wood against shiny metal, have an appeal that make them welcome in both museums and Concours events.
  • Diminished Value May Be Best-Kept Secret in Automobile Insurance
    If you've been in an accident, understandably, you want to get your car back on the road as quickly as possible, but don't overlook diminished value compensation, or you may ultimately pay for an accident that wasn't your fault.
  • Raleigh Classic Car Auction
    For a special lineup of classic cars, check out the Raleigh classic Auctions, held twice a year at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds in Raleigh. All vehicles are in the climate-controlled Jim Graham building and adjoining exposition building.
  • The Ford Raptor: More Than Just a Big Truck
    What do you do next, when you already have a best-selling pickup? You build a faster and tougher one - the Raptor. Ford's Special Vehicle Team (SVT), who created this super truck, started with the standard F150, and ended up with a 411 HP mean machine.
  • Blue Oval Excitement at Carlisle’s Ford Nationals
    The Ford Nationals, a 3-day swap meet, car corral, manufacturer's midway, and car show begins June 7. Here are some of the popular returning events, as well as some new activities planned for this year's celebration of the Blue Ovals.
  • Mustang Power: Mecum Brings Muscle to Spring Classic Car Auction
    Although all muscle car brands were represented at the Mecum Indy auction, it was two special Mustangs that especially energized the crowd, and set the records for the highest prices ever paid for Ford's original pony car - Eleanor and the Super Snake.
  • The 50th Anniversary Holman Moody Mustang
    Holman Moody and Ford collaborated in creating a 1st-time winning Mustang in 1964. 50 years later, they are teaming up again for a limited-edition, TdF 2014 Mustang. You can be 1 of 500 to own one of these specially commissioned sports cars.
  • The Original, One-of-Kind Shelby Super Snake GT500 Mustang
    In 1967, the Ford Motor Company and Carroll Shelby were on a roll. The Shelby Daytona, Ford GT40, Shelby Cobra, and the Mustang were huge successes. Then, taking the Mustang to another level, Ford and Carroll Shelby created the one and only Super Snake.
  • Convertibles Welcome Springtime
    Convertibles have always held a special place in the hearts and minds of the consumer - perhaps because they personify good times and adventure. Here are 5 classics convertibles that have staved off spring fever through the years.
  • Rash of Elvis Sightings at the Charlotte Spring Auto Fair
    A rash of Elvis sightings and his 1956 Lincoln Continental Mark II, on loan from Graceland, brought thousands to the Charlotte Speedway's Spring AutoFair to celebrate classic cars and Elvis's connection to the Speedway.
  • Memory Lane Museum: NASCAR Racecars, Memorabilia and More
    For a step back in time, stop by the Memory Lane Museum in Mooresville, North Carolina. As well as significant pieces of NASCAR history, you'll find a treasure-trove of blasts from the past, both big and small. Here is some of what you'll see.
  • Daytona's Turkey Run Brings One-of-a-Kind Classic Cars to the Speedway
    Daytona's Turkey Run Classic Car event brings the usual crowd favorites, as well as a few car customizations that set them apart from all the rest. Here are five that caught my attention in this field of dream cars.
  • 5 Restaurants You Don't Want to Miss on Hilton Head Island
    Hilton Head Island is a great place to vacation, and with 250 restaurants, it offers a wealth of dining choices. Which should you choose? If you're a first time visitor, or you want to go someplace different, here are some of my recommendations.
  • 1968 Shelby EXP 500: The Green Hornet
    Fastback and convertible Shelby Mustangs are well known, but were you aware Ford also produced notchbacks, as well, using distinctive Shelby body parts? This body style resulted in one of the most significant Shelbys of all time -- the Green Hornet.
  • The 50th Anniversary of the Porsche 911
    The Porsche 911 is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Despite modifications over the years, Porsche fundamentally remained true to its original concept. Here are some of the significant changes made since its introduction in 1963.
  • 4 Rising Stars in the Classic Car Market
    Some upstarts on the classic car circuit were most noticeable because of how they contrasted with the more highly-prized players. Now, they might be ready to break into the big leagues. Here 4 of those cars. Could these be the next hot vehicles?
  • Amelia Island: 3 Days of Classic Cars by the Ocean
    In March, Amelia Island is the Mecca for some of the most elite cars in the world. Its ocean views, palm trees, and Spanish moss, make this Florida seaside resort the perfect backdrop to showcase these rare and pedigreed specimens of rolling art.
  • The Revolutionary Tucker Torpedoes Its Way to the Top
    A few cars are considered to be in the upper tier of collectibles. These classics, which typically demand at least $1 million, have become the stars of car auctions. The Tucker has unexpectedly joined the ranks of these coveted cars. How far will it go?
  • Atlantic City Classic Car Show & Auction
    Despite the cold temperatures in Atlantic City, wheeling and dealing was on fire at the Atlantic City Convention Center, where the Atlantic City Car Show as held March 1 – 3.
  • An American Classic: The Auburn Boattail Speedster
    When you think of high performance cars, you probably think of the muscle cars of the '60s and '70s. But, did you know that there was a car in the '30s that had it all. It was good looking, powerful, and its cool factor was off the scale.
  • The Historical Cars of NASCAR: Where Do They Go to Retire?
    Ever wondered where all the great cars go when they retire from NASCARs racing circuit? If you're in the market for a weekend racer or you just want to do some NASCAR sightseeing, here’s where you might find some of these coveted cars.
  • RMs Auction of MicroCars: A Big Success
    RM dropped the hammer on another successful auction, as they completed their two-day microcar auction, which consisted of the world's largest collection of microcars, as well as an impressive array of memorabilia.
  • OsCars for the Best Cars in Movies and TV
    Casting the right cars can be as important as choosing the right actors. Why not have special categories for these mechanical beauties, or create another award show, the Carademys, to honor them for their contributions to the art of entertainment.
  • The Biggest Sale of the Tiniest Cars
    Bruce Weiner's passion for Bubble Cars began in the early ‘90s. His world's largest microcar collection, which includes the popular Isettas and Messerschmitts, will be auctioned off to the highest bidders at his microcar museum, beginning February 15.
  • Sights to See and Things to Do in Arizona
    If you're used to lots of trees and green grass, visiting Arizona may seem as though you've stepped onto another planet. But, it doesn't take long to appreciate its unique terrain, and realize it has a beauty all its own. Here are some must-see places.
  • 1967 Mustang Shelby GT350 Sells at Mecum
    Televised collector car auctions are exciting, but they don't provide an appreciation for what happens behind-the-scenes, before the car appears on stage for bidding. Here's some of what happened to get a 1967 Shelby GT350 ready for sale at Mecum.
  • The 2014 7th Generation Corvette Stingray
    The Corvette Stingray returns in 2014 with their edgy 7th Generation model. Production on the coupe begins late this year and the convertible production begins in 2014. Here are some initial impressions after seeing the new Corvette firsthand.
  • Collector Car Fever Reaches Its Peak in Scottsdale and Phoenix
    Car auction fever continues to build this week, as hundreds of collector cars cross the auction block in Scottsdale and Phoenix. A Who’s Who of Detroit muscle cars and classics are slated for sale, with highly-prized vehicles debuting on Fri. and Sat.
  • Mecum's Ultimate January White Sale
    Mecum kicks off the new auction season with a record-breaking 3000 classic cars. Many colorful muscle cars will cross the auction block starting Jan. 18. However, some of the auction's stars will be dressed all in white - the ultimate Jan. White Sale.
  • The Tribute 2013 Shelby GT500 Cobra
    To celebrate the life of Carroll Shelby, the race car driver, turned muscle car builder, his friends created the Shelby Cobra GT500. This one-of-a-kind car incorporates features from two of his most iconic creations -- the Shelby Mustang and Cobra.
  • RM Auctions: Ferrari Versus Ford
    In an exceptional field of vintage automobiles and sports cars, 3 special Ferraris and 2 unique Fords will battle it out for top dollar honors at RM's auction. Who will win this time, when the old rivalry between Ford and Ferrari heats up in Phoenix?
  • Barrett-Jackson: 2013 Salon Collection
    Auction companies, such as Barrett-Jackson, RM, and Mecum are kicking off their new season of classic car auctions in January. B-J's 2013 Salon Collection, a group of exclusive 16 vehicles, will be auctioned off to the highest bidder.
  • 2013 Volkswagen Beetle Breaks Out of Its Shell
    The new 2013 Volkswagen Beetle is back with changes that put it on the wish lists of both new and old customers. Bringing together nostalgic and state-of-the-art design, here are some of the changes to this modernized version of a classic.
  • 5 Christmas Gift Ideas For Male Car Lovers
    Finding the perfect gift isn't easy, particularly if you want something unique that's sure to be a hit. How about a car gift? You may not be able to buy him an autombile, but here are some other ideas for the classic car lover in your life.
  • 4 Places to Snow Ski in Dixie
    If you're ready for a snow skiing getaway, you don't have to go North. You can find just what you need in Dixie. Here are 4 ski resorts in the Smoky and Blue Ridge Mountains that are within one-day driving distance for most Southerners.
  • 'A Christmas Story:' A 1937 Oldsmobile and a Bar of Soap
    "A Christmas Story," the movie that has become a holiday tradition, is full of scenes and one-liners that you'll be laughing about long after the movie ends. If it isn't already, it will soon be a family favorite.
  • Tips for Winterizing Your Car
    Winter driving can be a challenge, particularly with freezing temperatures, and the chance of snow and ice on the roads. Here are some tips on how to keep your car running and you safe during those wintry months.
  • The 1941 Willys: A Hot Rod Star the Second Time Around
    A longtime favorite of drag racers, the Willys has graced the cover of many hot rod magazines. With its distinctive front grill and pointed hood, the Willys coupe was one of the most recognized cars on race day, and the one everybody wanted to beat.
  • Hilton Head, South Carolina: A Year-Round Retreat
    Hilton Head, with its beautiful Spanish moss-laden oak trees and fragrant Magnolia trees, is the perfect southern tropical getaway. Visit once, and you'll return year after year.
  • Tesla S: Motor Trends 2013 Car of the Year
    The Tesla S is Motor Trends' 2013 Car of the Year. This sleek, sporty sedan won the top honors hands down. Obviously, winning this award is quite an achievement, but what are some factors that could possibly prevent it from being a success?
  • Classic Car Language 101: Understanding Automotive Lingo
    You've probably noticed "car people" seem to have their own language, and understanding them may require an interpreter. It doesn't have to be that way. Here are some car terms to get you started to understanding automotive lingo.
  • 2012 Hilton Head Motoring Festival & Concours D'Elegance
    The 11th Hilton Head's Motoring Festival is a multi-day, nationally-recognized event, which includes a Savannah Speed Classic, a Car Club Jamboree, and a Concours d'Elegance. Over 500 classic and vintage cars came to this year's event.
  • Goodguys in Charlotte, North Carolina
    Goodguys primarily feature 1972 and older hot rods, classic cars, tricked out trucks, and muscle cars. The Southeastern Nationals, which were held at the Charlotte Motor Speedway, had several activities that set it apart from the typical car show.
  • Steam, Electric, and Gas Cars at the Turn of the Century
    At the turn of the century, three power sources were being considered for cars: steam, gas, and electric. Although gas became the source of choice, today electric is making a comeback. Some prime examples of each were being offered by RM at Hershey.
  • Staying in Traveling Shape
    It is hard enough sticking with my exercise routine when at home, but traveling adds an additional challenge. Here are some ways to stay in shape while on the road.
  • Carlisle Events: Bringing Together People and Cars
    There's plenty to see and do at a Carlisle and Auctions America event. Aside from the obvious attraction, the camaraderie of fellow car enthusiasts is hard to resist. There's always something new to learn, and there are usually many stories to share.
  • Shelby American: Adding More Magic to Mustangs
    For Mustang owners, who want to take their car to the next level, Shelby American offers Shelby GTS, Shelby GT 350, Shelby GT 500 Super Snake, and Shelby 1000 customization and upgrade packages.
  • First Ford Goes to Auction at Hershey
    The annual fall antique car event is being held at Hersheypark in Hershey, PA from October 10-13. Besides a car show and swap meet, RM will auction off 120 classic automobiles, including the oldest surviving Ford sold by the Ford Motor Company.
  • Las Vegas Can Be Exciting and Relaxing
    Las Vegas can be a non-stop roller coaster ride. There's no limit to things to do, but if you're not careful you can burn out quickly. Here's how you can make your time in Vegas both exciting and relaxing.
  • 2013 Ford Fusion: Sexy Styling with 47 MPG
    The 2013 Ford Fusion just hitting the streets, and by all accounts, it will be a real game changer for Ford. Its sporty look, hi-tech gadgetry, and ecological advancements are sure to make it a contender for best mid-sized seller.
  • The Auburn Duesenberg Cord Car Museum: A Trip Back in Time
    The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum is located in Auburn, Indiana in the former Auburn Automobile headquarters. If you're not already a fan of cars of this era, after seeing these exquisite luxury cars of the late '20s and early '30s, you will be.
  • Save Money with Free Car Services
    With the cost of living continuing to rise, most of us are trying to eliminate unnecessary expenditures. One way to cut costs might be to get some of your car repairs done for free. Here's how you can save some money on car maintenance.
  • 5 Steps to Do-It-Yourself Interior Car Repair
    For only a small investment in time and money, you can make professional-looking repairs.
  • RMs Auctions America Fall Event
    Duesenbergs, Corvettes, and Shelby Mustangs are just a few of the cars you'll see at Auctions America. They offer a diverse line of vehicles, so there is virtually something for everyone. Here's some of what you can expect at one of their events.
  • Stop-Start Technology Saves Fuel
    Stop-start technology seems to be the wave of the future. It will reduce fuel consumption, thereby lowering the price you'll have to pay at the gas pumps. However, it may also affect the way you drive.
  • The New 2013 BMW X1 SUV Has Arrived
    Expectations are that sales of the 2013 BMW X1 will shoot through the roof now that they're finally in the U.S. Why all the excitement? After taking one for a test drive, here's what I think.
  • The Frog Follies: Starring Street Rods and Jumping Frogs
    The annual Frog Follies, the largest car show of its kind, begins August 24 in Evansville, Indiana. For souped-up pre-'49 cars and trucks, car parts, and auto memorabilia, join fellow gearheads at this three-day event.
  • How Social Security Fits into My Retirement
    Chances are your Social Security benefit won't provide enough income for your retirement, or by the time you retire, you might not have any benefits. Here's how to plan for a Social Security shortfall.
  • Gem Mining Near Blowing Rock, North Carolina
    Mining for gems is not a typical vacation activity, but who needs predictability? For a vacation of a different kind, visit Blowing Rock, North Carolina.
  • Taking a One-Way Trip to Mars
    NASA's Curiosity Rover is scheduled for touchdown on August 5, 2012. If successful, this may be the next step to manned missions to Mars and the beginning of the colonization of the Red Planet. Are you ready to go on a one-way trip to Mars?
  • Packing Tips for Traveling in a Sports Car
    Packing a sports car for vacation may be a little overwhelming, but with some pre-planning and downsizing, you’ll be able to take what you need. Here are some tips for maximizing your limited luggage space.
  • Classic Tunes for Your Summertime Road Trips
    Nothing can pass the time better than listening to music while on the road. Here are some of the classic groups that you shouldn’t leave behind when you go on your next vacation.
  • 5 Eye-Catching Summertime Cars
    We all look forward to summertime, with its warm weather, sunshine, and vacations. Here are five of my top picks for unique and memorable summertime rides.
  • Virgin Galactic Spaceship: The Ultimate Travel Adventure
    Science fiction space travel will soon become a reality when Virgin Galactic begins conducting space tourism flights for the general public.
  • Don’t Let Buying a Used Car Become a Money Pit
    When you’re ready for a new car, it’s hard not to rush out and buy one. Before you do, stop and take a deep breath. Regardless of how exciting it is to own a new car, it’s best to perform some basic checks first.
  • 5 TV Cars With Star Personalities
    Cars can have a significant role in the success of many television series. Some are just bit characters, while others are an integral part of the show. Your favorites may or may not agree with mine, but here are my top TV star cars.
  • Burnout Contests: Crowds Love a Good Blowout
    I was pleasantly surprised at how much fun I had at my first, but not my last, burnout contest. It’s an event worth checking out, but I’d recommend a pair of sunglasses and maybe a gas mask if you’re located downwind of the burnout.
  • Record Number of Shelby Sports Cars at Ford Nationals in Carlisle
    A record number of Shelbys gathered at the Ford Nationals in Carlisle, PA to pay tribute to Carroll Shelby and to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the company he founded, Shelby American.
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