vrijdag 10 januari 2020

Hemmings Daily: Tread lightly? Jeep has a short history of building electric and hybrid concept vehicles

Tread lightly? Jeep has a short history of building electric and hybrid concept vehicles
Since the turn of the century or so, carmakers burnished their green credentials with concept vehicles that were meant in some way to rely on traction motors. Whether hybrid, BEV, or fuel cell, dozens – if not hundreds – have crossed the major auto show floors, claiming drastic improvements in emissions or mileage. Jeep, on […]
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San Francisco, 1958
Date: March 1958 Location: Ellis and Taylor streets, San Francisco, California Source: Robert Durden Color Slide Collection, via San Francisco Public Library What do you see here?
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WATCH THIS: Vrooom is 16 minutes of pure 70s drag racing bliss
The Seventies. Big hair, bell bottoms, platform shoes, disco, and proto-malaise. Not all of it was bad, though, and this video is here to remind you that drag racing in the Nixon era ruled, in the days before big money — really, really big money — ruined the sport. No matter what you were into […]
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The Good Ole Days of Winston Cup
Does anyone else out there in Hemmings Nation miss the old days of NASCAR when it was interchangeably known as just "Winston Cup?" As of late, we've been talking about those halcyon days when drivers were giant personalities and their cars were, too. Matter of fact, imagine being able to distinguish, oh, say a Charger […]
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Original owner's family donates first Duesenberg passenger car to ACD Museum
Brandon Anderson didn't come up short for superlatives when describing the latest donation to the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum. As well he should: The Duesenberg Model A that the museum received is not only the first of its kind, it's also the first passenger car offered by the Duesenberg brothers to the general public, and […]
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Hemmings Find of the Day – 1967 Chevrolet Camaro
Unrestored 1967 Chevrolet Camaro for sale on Hemmings.com. From the seller's description: Numbers matching unrestored survivor car. 327 Cubic Inch V8 2 barrel (210 HP) and 2 speed Powerglide transmisson, factory power steering. 41,000 original miles, we are the 3rd owner. We have the owners manual and Protecto Plate. Mechanically the car has been repaired […]
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Thoughts on selling the Bullitt Mustang after 45 years in the family
If they show up at all when their car's being sold, most sellers don't bother showing up until the day the hammer drops for good. It's a different story for Sean Kiernan. After all, when you're selling the most famous Ford Mustang in the history of the planet, a car that caused people to flock […]
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