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The heritage center isn’t open to the public, but we got a chance to go inside! Continue Reading...
The Dream Cruise is a true cross-section of the automotive world. Continue Reading...
If you’re a true believer in the Power of Dreams, you’ve got to take a trip to Honda’s Heritage center in Ohio. Continue Reading...
The Chrysler museum has closed its doors, but we got one last look to say goodbye. Continue Reading...
The poor 2009 Corvette ZR1 Blue Devil that fell into a sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum is now completely restored. Continue Reading...
The automotive business is a lot like nature; only the strong survive. Accordingly this industry’s slow lane is littered with the bloody corpses of deceased marques. Once-proud companies like Pontiac, Hupmobile, Willys-Knight and Hudson are long gone but not all of them are forgotten. Continue Reading...
The Petersen Automotive Museum is one of the best car-themed attractions in the United States. Located west of downtown Los Angeles this motoring Mecca is a must-see for vehicular enthusiasts. Continue Reading...
Every once in a while this job affords us the opportunity to do something truly exceptional. Something that doesn’t just speak to the inner car geek nestled within our soul, but more like scream at it through a mega phone. Visiting the Honda America museum is one of those days. Continue Reading...
Starting tomorrow, there will be a Rolls-Royce exhibition in the Munich BMW Museum for the first time since it took control of Rolls-Royce and finally settled its scuffles with Volkswagen over the brand in 2003. Continue Reading...
For the first time ever, the ‘Legendary Vault’ at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles has been opened to the public. Continue Reading...
It sounds too good to be true…but it isn’t. As part of a new PR campaign for BMW faithful in the Munich area, you can book a tour of the historical city in one of the company’s museum cars. Sure, they’re chauffeur-driven. But you’ve got the choice of various 1930s BMWs, including 326 and 335… Continue Reading...