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Blood In The Boardroom

Blood In The Boardroom

By on Aug 5, 2018 in automotive history | 0 comments

In the city of Chicago, well-organized livery and carriage service companies took to the streets almost as soon as the city was established. One of the earliest of these companies, Parmelee Transportation Company established in May 1853, would play a key role in the development of America’s most famous manufacturer of taxicabs, pioneer the use of the horseless...

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Ask The Man Who Owns One

Ask The Man Who Owns One

By on Jul 29, 2018 in automotive history, ROUTE 66 | 0 comments

When I was a kid there was an advertising campaign that encouraged a generation of Americans to see the USA in your Chevrolet. To ensure that we got the message there were two fellows named Buzz and Todd whose adventures played out each week on television. They drove a Chevrolet Corvette, and even though few episodes were actually filmed on U.S. 66, the show...

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