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Independence Day: Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Review

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Independence Day: Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Review

  We with interests in automobiles can rarely unilaterally agree on general statements, but one thing we can all concede is that sports cars make no practical sense. This is immediately followed with the conceit “but we don’t care, we still love them.” Style, power, and performance are the things that cause the fuzzy bubbles […]

Break Check – 1/6/14 – New Beginnings

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Break Check – 1/6/14 – New Beginnings

Its a whole new year AK readers. A new chance to do it all over again and hopefully top last years highs. That also means that its back to the grind stone at work. No more happy holiday cheer and cookies all willy nilly at your desk. The cheerful decorations and holiday spirit has been […]

First Look: Jaguar F-Type Coupé

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First Look: Jaguar F-Type Coupé

The wait for the inevitable coupe version of Jaguar’s latest heartbreaker, the F-Type is finally over. Previewed at the L.A. Auto Show in a dazzling, flat-out reveal, the F-Type Coupé made it’s presence officially known, and it brings with it more then just a solid roof: It brings with it the letter “R”. The F-Type […]

All That Jazz: Fiat 500 Abarth Cabrio

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All That Jazz: Fiat 500 Abarth Cabrio

Our excitement for the Fiat 500 ending up on our roads was unparalleled. Some pragmatic skeptics couldn’t understand why we’d give a second look to a trumped up Fiat Panda in a period costume, but we payed no attention: the charming Cinquecento was coming to fulfill our weekend-drives-to-Portofino fantasies. The naysayers had their day in […]

Rumors of Sale Strike Fear in Detroit

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Rumors of Sale Strike Fear in Detroit

As America slowly climbs back out of the 8 year hole that we all now know as the “Great Recession”, some cities have faired better than others. While cities like Houston, Atlanta, Portland, Seattle and even New York City seem to be finding their way back to “greener” pastures, it seems other cities may have […]

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