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Study Shows Police Are Scanning Our License Plates, Keeping Records

Can you imagine a situation where local police officers across the country are scanning your license plate, and likely have record of where your vehicle has been when they pass it throughout the day? It might sound like a line pulled right out of George Orwell’s “1984” novel, but according to a study from the ...   Continue reading >

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This is What a 1965 Koenigsegg Le Mans Car Would Look Like

Imagine for a moment, if you will, the year is 1965. The 24 Hours of Le Mans race is about to take place and amongst a field of Ford GT40s, Ferrari 250s and a whole host of other iconic racers, a new face arrives; Koenigsegg. That’s right, a Koenigsegg. In 1965. Of course, in ’65, Koenigsegg ...   Continue reading >

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Kia Suits Up Justice League-Inspired Sorento for Comic-Con

In preparation of this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, automakers and comic makers alike are pulling out all the stops to promote their weird and wonderful creations. This year, Kia teamed up with West Coast Customs and DC Comics to create yet another superhero-inspired ride. This time, with the Justice League on display. Legendary comic book ...   Continue reading >

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Petersen Auto Museum Selling A Third Of Its Collection

Located in Los Angeles, the Petersen Auto Museum is one of the most well known car museums in the country. But even such a notable institution needs to be refreshed every now and again. As such, the Petersen is currently selling off a third of its 400-vehicle collection to make room for expansion into a ...   Continue reading >

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The History of the Great American Drive-In

For millions of Americans, they were either a place for wholesome family entertainment or dens of iniquity. For teens and young adults, they were the ultimate dating spots, complete with horror movies, popcorn, and plenty of “snuggling” room. “They” are drive-ins, and they occupy a well-deserved place in United States popular culture. The drive-in was ...   Continue reading >

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