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1970 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, Blown Away

What car makes you feel like you were sixteen again? What car makes you feel invincible, if only for brief moments? What car calls out to your inner child? We’d argue time and...

By Neil J. Helfgot

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1964 Buick Riviera, Sharp as a Thorn

A rose is a rose by any other name. For General Motors in the early 1960s, there was a seemingly endless sea of opportunity epitomized by the 1963 debut of its Buick Rivera. A man...

By Neil J. Helfgot

The California-based electric motorcycle company Zero Motorcycles made impressive headlines recently. In 2014, the company finished...

While the annual North American International Auto Show in Detroit always generates “buzz” about the auto industry, this year was a...

What’s not to like about a Scandinavian designed ride? Volvos are savvy, unique, multi-talented and of course safe as a bank. Known for...

Many people put pen to paper when the time comes time for their first car. That first car should be safe, practical, reliable, fuel...

You may not see them, or know much about them, but engine belts are always working to keep your vehicle moving. Losing a belt can mean...

Every day, one can see that times are changing. Real-time communication is becoming easier and more convenient, Google put its first...