The automobile has been fully integrated into our society for many decades, and thus finds itself used in narratives worldwide. We all share anecdotes where cars played an integral role in the event. Events that occurred early in our lives are often cemen

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Howie Idelson has a short attention span and doesn’t try hiding it. In between tangents on physics and the creative brain, he briefly returns to discussing his current work. “Now, I really kind of pick-and-choose and I try to do stuff that’s fun… I’m really allergic to the mundane, corporate stuff,” he says.

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12/28/15
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Haskell Wexler, one of Hollywood’s most famous and honored cinematographers passed away this weekend at the age of 93. Wexler, known for his films, who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest gained him the respect and admiration of his Hollywood peers. Haskell’s passions went past his love of

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10/20/15
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Growing up Mr. Parnelli Jones was into horses but when he turned 16 he sold his horse and bought a hotrod. After that, he was unstoppable. It was a 1923 Ford T-bucket, the same kind of car that he’d seen Troy Ruttman racing at Carrell Speedway. He still remembers Ruttman started at the back and fighting his way to the

10/19/15
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Japanese cars started off as cheap-and-cheerful econoboxes. They were cute little low horsepower/high MPG compacts that took America by storm. Cut to the mid-80s and these “econoboxes” morphed into highly capable sports cars. By the end of the decade, they were able to go toe-to-toe with the world’s finest cars at

9/30/15
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In the mid-1950s, General Motors, along with all the major car companies of the time, was enthralled with promotion. Coming off a decade of world war, the company was letting out all the stops to drive people to showrooms with glitzy ads, colorful promotions and incentives meant to get dealers nationwide excited to

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