For being the shortest month on the calendar, February certainly has some of the longest traditions. Take Valentine’s Day as an illustration…
Can it be that another year has come and gone so rapidly? Every trip around the sun brings with it new adventures and, of course, dreaded change…
You remember those days….when you were so excited to see a concert and totally oblivious to how long you were going to have to sit in traffic waiting get out of the parking lot at the end of the show.
I admiringly refer to Gunner as the “Hemingway of Horsepower.” He even sported a Hemingway-esque white beard giving him an advanced air of sophistication.
Celebrating THE First Woman of Racing – MARIA TERESA de FILIPPIS
It was exactly 64 years ago today, August 1st, 1959, that Maria Teresa made a decision that would change the trajectory of her life and dramatically affect the lives of women around the world.
Everything is Coming Up Roses!
If nothing else, you are likely full of hot dogs. Americans consumed an estimated 150 million this 4th of July holiday. In keeping with tradition, we also consumed a disproportionate amount of 4th of July parades.
June 29th, 2001, Plymouth officially went out of business. Maybe it’s because Plymouth took the smoldering ember route as opposed to going out in a blaze of glory that kept the name in our collective consciousness so long.
“The Future is Now” for Michael J. Fox
Our Master Mechanic Bruce Van Straten and I loaded up our DeLorean and headed west. It quickly became apparent that we weren’t headed Back to the Future at all, we were headed back to…..January!
I cringed March 22nd when General Motors officially announced that Chevrolet is ceasing production of the Camaro….AGAIN!!
Spring is perpetually peaking around the corner refusing to appear for more than a few minutes at a time while the optimists among us anxiously pine away for the first evidence of dry pavement and sliver of sunshine so we can yank off the car covers and hit the open road.