Remembering D-Day In Cars

He was there. The day after young Americans traded in fear for fortitude, he was there. "He" was my father and the "there" were the beaches of Normandy the day after D-Day. He was a medic and I can't imagine what he found.  75 years later some of those same soldiers returned.  A grateful Europe... Continue Reading →

Car People

Sometimes you just click.  Common interest. Similar goals. Love of subject. This happened to me at the Chicago Auto Show once again this year. Often when we attend events as journalists the event itself can pull us into a black hole of press conferences and promotions, lectures and luncheons.  The schedule is tight. Usually every... Continue Reading →

MOPAR OR NO…TRUCK?

"No car/truck" is not really an option for most people.  Unless you live in a big city where public transportation takes you everywhere you need to be or a very small town with an active "Main Street" a car has become a necessity in America.  Whether you choose car or truck, the automobile has become... Continue Reading →

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