Concept Cars I Would Buy

Auto manufacturers use concept cars to showcase new styling or technology.  These cars are introduced at various auto shows to gauge consumer interest.  Sometimes the design is close to a…

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Automotive Summer Camp: 2023

I have been involved with an automotive summer camp held at Northwood University (Midland, MI) since its beginning in 2021.  These camps have been very successful, giving high school students…

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Hot Rod Step Van

When it comes to having soft spots for vehicles, the Chevrolet Step Van remains my guilty pleasure.  As a kid, I loved my Tonka trucks, which somehow translated to the…

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Let’s Talk Corvette…SUV?

Nothing is sacred any longer.  A couple of weeks ago, Car and Driver magazine scooped the automotive world with the article, “Corvette to Launch as a Brand in 2025 with…

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New Scout: True To Its Heritage?

In June 2022, Volkswagen announced that they are going to build a rugged electric SUV and pickup under the Scout name.  The history of the International Scout, and how it…

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Winter Project Idea

It never fails.  At the end of every year, I get a craving for a new car.  Not necessarily a new car, but one that is new to me.  A…

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The Heritage Of GM Design

In a fairly nondescript warehouse in Sterling Heights, Michigan sits the GM Heritage Center. It is made up of approximately 600 cars and trucks from GM's storied past--some of which…

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Cars of 7-Eleven

When I was in high school in the late 1970s, our Friday nights were spent driving around with friends.  We didn’t have cell phones or social media, so our personal…

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What’s The Scoop?

The North American International Auto Show (aka Detroit Auto Show) presented their first in-person show since 2020.  It was moved to September from the customary January show date, and repurposed…

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