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I’m Not Certain Why I’m So Into These Artist’s Renderings Of 1970 Car Front Ends But I Am

It’s a pretty common refrain among gearheads to complain about how all modern cars look the same. And, sure, you can absolutely make a valid argument that they do, and go to any parking lot and wave your arm over the sea of nearly indistinguishable grayscale SUVs, but if it helps, gearheads have been bitching […]

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I’m Not Certain Why I’m So Into These Artist’s Renderings Of 1970 Car Front Ends But I Am

It’s a pretty common refrain among gearheads to complain about how all modern cars look the same. And, sure, you can absolutely make a valid argument that they do, and go to any parking lot and wave your arm over the sea of nearly indistinguishable grayscale SUVs, but if it helps, gearheads have been bitching […]

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There Were More Cheap Car Options In 1967 But It’s Not As Bad Today As You’d Think

I’ve always been more interested in the bottom end of the car market than in the upper ends. I’m not exactly sure why; perhaps it’s the same deep-seated insecurity and lack of self-esteem that makes me pick plastic cups over real glasses, because deep down maybe I’m not so sure I deserve to drink from […]

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Autoweek To Be ‘Operated’ By Hearst, Ends Print Magazine

Autoweek has been a voice in car culture and motorsports with a print edition that’s been around, in one form or another, since 1958. But on Monday, its owner, Detroit-based Crain Communications, said it had struck a multi-year agreement with Hearst Magazines to operate Autoweek as a “digital and experiential brand.”…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Autoweek To Be ‘Operated’ By Hearst, Ends Print Magazine

Autoweek has been a voice in car culture and motorsports with a print edition that’s been around, in one form or another, since 1958. But on Monday, its owner, Detroit-based Crain Communications, said it had struck a multi-year agreement with Hearst Magazines to operate Autoweek as a “digital and experiential brand.”…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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