vrijdag 10 april 2020

Hemmings Daily: Why auto parts stores are deemed essential busineses, and how they’re adjusting

Why auto parts stores are deemed essential busineses, and how they're adjusting
In addition to my efforts for Hemmings Motor News, I continue to work one day a week at my first career, staffing an auto parts counter at a company-owned NAPA store in upstate New York. This is the same company I've worked for, in various roles from delivery driver to store manager, since 1976. With […]
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My First Car: Hemmings Editorial staff share motoring memories, part three
Part Three in our series of "My First Car" entries, where Hemmings' editorial staff open up their photo albums and share personal memories, features Richard's Triumph �C a car very familiar to longtime Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car readers, since it often appeared in that late, lamented magazine's pages, and happily, still has a place […]
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Hemmings Find of the Day: 1953 Studebaker Starlight
Is this 1953 Studebaker Starlight for sale on Hemmings.com the first star you'll see tonight? From the seller's description: It is a 1953 Starlight Coupe. The engine is a ZZ3 350-355 Crate motor. Intake is a Edelbrock-Webber multi-port fuel injection system with a HEI ignition system. It has Corvette manifolds with 3″ duel exhaust and […]
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A young guy gets his Studebaker, readers' first cars, a Model T road trip, and a mystery racing Jabro
If nothing else, now is at least a good time to go through the family album (or, for those of you who prefer the modern equivalent, the external hard drive backing up everything you've scanned from the family album) and reminisce over the cars we�Cor our families�Conce had. And if there's a story to go […]
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Berlin, Vermont, 1974
Date(s): September 1975 (above), June 1975 (below) Location: Berlin, Vermont Source: via UVM Landscape Change Program What do you see here?
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Hemmings Nation unite: solving the mystery of The Underdog
We do love a good mystery. And when it's backed up by a neat story, nay, legend, count us in, kid. And so it is with the legend of a certain '56 Chevy post coupe that ran the San Francisco Bay area back in The Day. And by "The Day," we're talking '60s and '70s. […]
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Auction Highlight: 1971 Olds 4-4-2 Convertible
A year after its sister division Pontiac established the muscle car genre with the GTO, Oldsmobile hustled its own high-performance intermediate to the market with the Cutlass-based 1965 4-4-2. Like the "Goat," it was an initial success and its performance capability continued to grow for the rest of the decade. When GM's A-body platform was […]
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