automotive history
August 5, 2018

Blood In The Boardroom

In 1897, the Electric Carriage & Wagon Company of Philadelphia built a small fleet of electric taxis that utilized the recently patented taximeter to measure a fares distance and time for a fledgling company in New York City.

ROUTE 66
July 28, 2018

Sacha Baron Cohen, Kingman & The Dark Side of Route 66

There is so much good and positive in Kingman, including a large segment of the population, but once again the town has been given a black eye that will take a long time to heal. After all, we are still remembered as a town where Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh found a nest of like minded people and even a partner in crime.