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Tweet All Photos by Randy Stern Six years in…and this site and my overall work still stands. When I dove into the deep of this business some six years ago, I knew that I would have the privilege of working … Continue reading
Tweet All photos by Randy Stern It’s been a while since I had a date. Yes, I realize that this is a website with a focus on automobiles, but let me get to that part shortly. There is, however, a … Continue reading
Tweet 2017 Lincoln Continental – All Photos by Randy Stern For me, this is the most anticipated new product by Ford in a very long time. To make that distinction, there is some qualification needed here. By specifically naming Ford … Continue reading
Tweet 1940 Lincoln Continental at the 2016 10,000 Lakes Concours d’Elegance – All Photos by Randy Stern When I was a toddler, you had a few choices for luxury cars. One of them became an icon for the era. A … Continue reading
Tweet Lincoln is the definitive American luxury brand now. Luxury cars are missing a uniquely American interpretation. Cadillac has become a decidedly German brand focusing on austere cabins and rear-wheel drive. Lincoln, the only other true American luxury brand, has … Continue reading
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
Tweet All Photos by Randy Stern Not everything goes the way as it was intended. Selling a new brand in the USA is not as easy as you think. The impetus begins with good intentions, but somehow the idea of … Continue reading
Tweet A little history lesson. Photo by Randy Stern Before I dive into this piece, a little side note to start with for context… Last month, I began contracting as CarSoup.com‘s Content Management Editor. My duties are not just fielding … Continue reading
Tweet All Photos by Randy Stern It was intended to serve everyone in any capacity at every turn. The answer above would be a proper response to the question of the Panther platform’s longevity. It also serves as a reminder … Continue reading