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  • 45 Years Later, The Christmas Gift That Got Me Into Cars

    45 Years Later, The Christmas Gift That Got Me Into Cars

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    Growing up, my family was never into mechanical “stuff.” By the time I was twelve, however, my older sister knew I was interested in cars. For Christmas, 1975, she bought me a copy of “Fixing Cars—A People’s Primer” by the legendary San Francisco Institute of Automotive Ecology. The group was a Bay Area group of […]

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  • Neal Bascomb’s Faster talks of history, motorsport heroes, and Hitler defeat

    Neal Bascomb’s Faster talks of history, motorsport heroes, and Hitler defeat

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    You’re stuck at home right now. This is a pretty damn perfect time to order up a good book, especially one you can buy on Amazon. There’s no need to go to a store. Keep your social distance. Lucky for you, we’ve got just the book for you. It’s called Faster and it’s by author Neal […]

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  • Book Review: The Road Chose Me, Volume 1: Two years and 40,000 miles from Alaska to Argentina

    Book Review: The Road Chose Me, Volume 1: Two years and 40,000 miles from Alaska to Argentina

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    Those who have been reading this here website will probably recall us writing about Dan Grec. We talked about Dan’s African journey and even nominated the Jeep he drove in Africa for the Hooniverse Car of Year – the most prestigious automotive award in the world. But before Africa there was another expedition. Before the […]

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