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Categories: Classics

Always looking Forward: The History of Infiniti

On: Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 4:45PM | By: Teddy Field


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If you want a luxury car that isn't entirely boring to drive, then you've probably heard of Infiniti. This luxury division from Nissan offers a wide range of premium models like the Infiniti Q50, Infiniti Q70, and Infiniti QX60. From their luxury SUVs to their sport coupes, each Infiniti is engineered to excite the driver while coddling them in luxury.


Simple Beginnings: The History of Honda

On: Thu, Aug 7, 2014 at 4:50PM | By: Teddy Field


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Honda has long been admired for their reliability and terrific build quality. But it's their attention to detail that endears the brand to its loyal owner base. Cars like the Honda Accord, Honda Civic, and Honda Odyssey are filled with little features that can make your life easier. And that's why your local Honda dealer is always packed with both new and returning customers. So let's find out where all of this 'love' comes from.


Big, Brash, Brawny: History of Hummer

On: Tue, Jul 29, 2014 at 9:57AM | By: Teddy Field


Big, Brash, Brawny: History of Hummer test 1-1

At one time, the Hummer was the ultimate American automobile. It was big, brash, and you didn't care about the gas mileage. Arnold Schwarzenegger had one. The Army had thousands. And even David Caruso drove one on the hit TV show CSI Miami. Then gas prices started to rise, and people had to trade their Hummer for a crossover. But let's take a trip down memory lane and see where this automotive icon began.


Unrealistic Ambitions; The History of Daewoo

On: Fri, Jul 25, 2014 at 10:25AM | By: Teddy Field


 Daewoo Lanos Hatch test 2

Although Daewoo cars aren't very interesting to look at or drive, they're a brilliant alternative to walking or taking the bus. The Daewoo Lanos is an affordable hatchback, with lots of room to carry your stuff around. The Daewoo Nubira offers plenty of passenger room, at a price that's much lower than its Japanese competitors. All of this affordability is interesting, as is the Daewoo story. Well, part of the story anyway...


 

A Look back At The Rise and Decline of Isuzu In The U.S.

On: Wed, Jul 23, 2014 at 4:58PM | By: Teddy Field


A Look back At The Rise and Decline of Isuzu In The U.S. test 1-1

Of the many car companies to come from Japan, only a few were able to come here on their own. The rest made the journey by building vehicles for American car companies as private label manufacturers. One of these contract car builders was Isuzu Motors, purveyors of SUVs like the Isuzu Rodeo and Isuzu Trooper. And they've made a lot more vehicles than you probably think they have.


Whatever Happened To...Movie Cars

On: Wed, Jul 23, 2014 at 2:39PM | By: Karen Cook


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We’ve already explored the final resting places of historical vehicles but movie buffs have a sweet spot in their hearts for fictional cars as well. These automobiles don’t usually have lines but they become characters just as easily as the people who speak.


Cars That Say "Summer"

On: Wed, Jul 23, 2014 at 1:22PM | By: Karen Cook


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Road trips are an integral part of the American summer. We are a country that likes to travel and we have such a huge piece of land that you can see anything from mountains to beaches to sun dappled forests all in the same day if you choose. Over the years automakers have produced cars made to answer the call of wanderlust.


Where Are Our Historical Vehicles?

On: Tue, Jul 22, 2014 at 2:50PM | By: Karen Cook


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Automobiles are part of our collective history. Things happen to cars and the people in them which give them a special place in our hearts and minds. Even tragedies lend an air of mystery to the vehicle involved and, as a society, we seek to preserve them. So, what has happened to the various historical vehicles and where are they now?*


Stolen '57 Chevy Returned Home After 30 Years

On: Thu, Jul 3, 2014 at 12:58PM | By: Elizabeth Puckett


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According to a 2011 memo from the California Highway Patrol, nearly 85% of cars reported stolen were recovered in 2011. That's not bad. However, what if you car was stolen 30 years ago? The odds of getting your stolen car back seem beyond remote... unless you're Californian Ian Wilson, that is, who had his 1957 Chevy returned after three decades. 

If you’ve lost a car and are still holding on to hope, this story will remind you not to give up on seeing your car again. If you've never lost a car, this story will still put a smile on your face.


Aston Martin Driven By Bond Actor Finds a Home

On: Wed, Jun 25, 2014 at 2:24PM | By: Gary P Garry


Aston Martin Driven By Bond Actor Finds a Home test 1-1

The Aston Martin company has been associated with some very influential automobiles over the years. Aston Martin was originally founded by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford, a pair of early British automotive enthusiasts.


The Perfect Summer Road Trip: San Diego Automotive Museum

On: Tue, Jun 24, 2014 at 11:46AM | By: Gary P Garry


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Summer is here, and the time is right for a road trip if you are a classic car fan. We try to provide suggestions for automobile lovers who are looking for interesting ways to spend some spare time, and we have a great idea for those who have ready access to southern California.