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My Favorites From My Birth Year

Tweet “You knew I had to show up eventually…” – All Photos by Randy Stern What was so good about the year I was born? The Beatles, The Supremes, Muscle and Pony Cars…am I missing anything else? Here’s an idea: … Continue reading

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Which Half-Ton Pickup is The Best?

Tweet All Photos by Randy Stern There are currently six full-sized half-ton pickups to choose from in the U.S.A. I know, big deal! However, please understand why this topic is important. By volume, the pickup truck is the backbone of … Continue reading

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L.A. 2016: Oh, Look, Stormtroopers!

Tweet I would’ve gone to the Los Angeles Auto Show this year. But… Excuses, excuses. You heard it all. And, you probably heard how much the marketing tie-up between Nissan and Disney/Lucasfilm created an attractive exhibit this year on the … Continue reading

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Commentary: The Immediate Social and Industrial Impact of a 238-Mile Range EV

Tweet General Motors is defining what a practical EV looks like. Electric cars might not be what will make a difference to meet the looming Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards for 2025. The future will see greater and greater … Continue reading

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Historiography: Camaro at 50 – Part 2

Tweet All Photos by Randy Stern Since its debut in September, 1966, Chevrolet’s Camaro has been a symbol of pride for General Motors. It was the Mustang killer that slayed all of its competitors in sales since the first one … Continue reading

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Historiography: Camaro at 50 – Part 1

Tweet All Photos by Randy Stern Fifty years ago, the gauntlet was thrown down. The North American automotive industry has never been the same since. The heart of the American car enthusiast lies within a class of steady-selling sport coupes … Continue reading

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Bringing IndyCar Engine technology To The Streets

Tweet IndyCar is the guiding light for engine manufacturers. Downsized, turbocharged, high compression ratios, and exotic materials – this describes the 2.2 liter twin turbo V6 specified by the Verizon IndyCar series. These engines are designed, built and supplied by … Continue reading

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Chicago 2016: Playing Catch Up

TweetAfter seven Media Days, The Chicago Auto Show still serves up good opportunities to catch debuts of new products, watch revisions of current ones and catch up on vehicles seen at prior auto shows. The latter is important, since it … Continue reading

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My Favorite New Vehicle Unveilings

Tweet Over the years in my professional life, I have bore witness to a few exciting new things. These are otherwise known as “unveilings.” These are big auto show moments – sometimes not at auto shows, but mostly they are. … Continue reading

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Life in Three Rows

Tweet 2015 Chevrolet Traverse LTZ AWD. All photos by Randy Stern A Victory & Reseda review of the 2015 Chevrolet Traverse So, you got a family. There are plenty of folks like you. Your friends, too. They are also growing … Continue reading

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