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My Favorite Orphan Vehicles – 2018 Version

Tweet All Photos by Randy Stern Not to brag or anything, but some of us have lived long enough to remember certain vehicles in our lives that have been long forgotten by everyone else. Many vehicles have seen their last … Continue reading

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Historiography: The American Compact Car

Tweet Ford Falcon – All Photos by Randy Stern By the Fall of 1959, the North American automotive industry came to their senses. The rise of Volkswagen ushered in a period where the domestic automotive industry had to respond to … Continue reading

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Historiography: The Great Wagon Maker of Automobiles

Tweet 1963 Studebaker Avanti – All Photos by Randy Stern Depending on your point of view, one could agree that the westward expansion of the North America continent was forged by the presence of the covered wagon. Whether that presence … Continue reading

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Historiography: Pacing The Brickyard

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

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Ghosts Along the Assembly Line – The Hometown Edition

Tweet General Motors’ Van Nuys Assembly plant. GM Photo, courtesy of CRG, www.camaros.org Growing up in Southern California, I was blessed with reminders that I did live in a form of paradise. Paradise is a relative term. Normally, that would … Continue reading

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