’50s Hot Rods

’50s Hot Rods

The fifties were the time when big things were happening on the automotive scene. Corvette was being unveiled. The Nash Healy was on the list of things to buy and the era of the 50’s hot rods was in full swing. Aside from the sports cars, some of the other more popular hot rods were […]

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Laural Md Car Show

Laural Md Car Show

Saturday, I visited the Laural MD “MVA” car show. Fist time there but definitely was not disappointed. While the show did seem down from previous years, there were still enough cars and vendors to view. One of the vehicles that caught my eye was this motorcycle. I played around with it a bit and here […]

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Old Grey Coupe

Last weekend, at one of the cruise-ins I attend, I was taking photos of the cars and came upon this old fellow.  At first I wasn’t going to include it but went ahead and shot the photo along with the others. This week, while looking over the photos and trying to decide which one I […]

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News You Can Use

For years, Lotus has been renowned for their high performance lightweight cars, and since the manufacturer announced the creation of a Lotus motorcycle in a June 21, 2013 press release, we’ve waited patiently for production. Finally, in a Feb. 20 press release, Lotus officially announced that they will send the C-01 motorcycle to production. Read […]

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Fabulous Concept Cars From The 1950s

Fabulous Concept Cars From The 1950s

They were pure fantasy on wheels, machines designed to make the heart race and the mind ask… what if? These 1950s concept cars were automotive art built to attract public attention, test wild engineering ideas, and give motorists a fleeting glimpse down the highway of tomorrow. 1956 PONTIAC CLUB DE MER

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’50s Hot Rods

The fifties were the time when big things were happening on the automotive scene. Corvette was being unveiled. The Nash Healy was on the list of things to buy and the era of the 50’s hot rods was in full swing. Aside from the sports cars, some of the other more popular hot rods were […]

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How Wives View Men and Their Toys

I can’t offer you a scientific explanation for the mysterious chemistry that there is between men and their cars because, I’m a man. But there is something about getting behind the wheel of a powerful monster that brings out the boy racer in nearly very man I know and no, it’s nothing to do with […]

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Cruise to the Moose Lodge

Wayyyy back in 1968 the a group called The Rascals made popular the song,  “It’s a Beautiful Morning,” and the lyrics started out like this: It’s a beautiful mornin’ ahhh I think I’ll go outside a while An jus’ smile… As soon as I got on my bike this morning, those lyrics started rattling around […]

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The History of AC Cars

AC Cars was established in 1907 and is the oldest British car manufacturer that is still producing vehicles today. The AC name came from the name of their first commercial three wheeler – the autocarrier, which was designed and manufactured by John Weller. In 1908, a new passenger version called the AC Sociable was introduced. […]

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Shady Grove Cruise-in

It was a bit chilly, but while everyone else “…were nestled all snug in their beds” the custom, classic and antique auto buffs  were out in force, meeting at what has become a Sunday morning ritual for many. Cruising in to the car meet at the corner of Shady Grove rd and Crabs Branch parkway […]

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