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Monday, 11 June 2018 22:09

Tesla Model 3 Declared by 96-Year-old Auto Veteran as His Favorite Car Ever

Written by EVANNEX, Teslarati

We loved reading the inspirational story about Wesley, age 83, driving his silver metallic Model 3 from California to Florida. 

Tuesday, 05 June 2018 21:50

VIDEO: These Flame-Throwing Jet Turbine-Powered Dragsters Are Incredible to Watch

Written by Staff, Interesting Engineering


Drag races are some of the fastest around. However, when one puts two jet turbine-powered dragsters head to head, the race seems to go by in a blink. 

20 Years Ago in the Collision Repair Industry (July 1998)

I was recently told of a body shop doing more than $5 million in gross sales per year. It sounds like an impressive operation until you consider that this shop, heavy into direct repair programs (DRPs), has only a 4 percent profit margin. 

Tuesday, 29 May 2018 16:26

Squirrels Use Vehicle of N. Michigan Man to Store Pinecones

Written by Bob Brenzing, FOX 17 West Michigan

When your car starts making strange noises, it could be something simple, like a loose wire or belt.

From November 2017 to February 2018, Autobody News ran an ad looking for the oldest continuously operated body shops in America. 


The 1940s marked the end of the Great Depression as America was thrust into WWII. 

Friday, 18 May 2018 23:00

Nissan Made Han Solo's Millennium Falcon out of its Rogue Crossover

Written by Eddie Eng, HYPEBEAST

With Solo: A Star Wars Story releasing on May 25, the fans are getting treated to a plethora of geekdom in the form of memorabilia, interviews and grand scale activations. 


With nearly 23 million vehicles involved in accidents annually---a statistic that is trending upward, according to Vincent Romans, The Romans Group---body shops across the country are being faced with deciding if they should repair or replace non-structural components during the repair process. 

Monday, 14 May 2018 22:31

Fastest Street-Legal Auto to be Built by Keating Supercars LLC

Written by Tom Coyne, Purdue University

Move over IndyCar racers: You could soon be passed by the fastest U.S. street-legal cars, which Keating Supercars LLC will make at Purdue’s Discovery Park District as part of a collaboration that will include Purdue’s Motorsports STEM program and a similar automotive STEM program emerging in Great Britain.


How many emails do you get every day and how many of them should really be in your spam folder? Did you sign up for something and then the company sold your email address to everyone on the planet?  

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