The other life of Ford Falcon

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Unlike the classic car culture in the US, which mainly boils down to polishing your relic for a weekend drive or an occasional gathering with fellow enthusiasts, Argentines still get a lot of use out of their motor antiques.

In Argentina, it’s no rare sight to see a 1950s Ford pickup jalopy rattling along, hauling its cargo to some construction site. As you start paying attention, you may spot one too many Falcons parked in the streets. ...

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June 6, 1925 – The birth of the Chrysler Corporation

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On June 6, 1925, the ailing Maxwell Motor Company gave life to the Chrysler Corporation, led by Walter P.Chrysler. The company has eventually grown to become one of America’s “Big Three,” alongside Ford and General Motors

Let’s rewind, though. Walter Chrysler inherited his passion for machinery from his father, Hank Chrysler, who was a lifelong railroad engineer with the Kansas Pacific Railroad. Young Walter’s idea was to follow in his father’s footsteps. And so he poured all his energy into working ...

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Some of the most popular cars shipped in 2019

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When we talk about great cars, we often focus on models that most people can never afford. While brands like Porsche present us with awesome vehicles, only a few people drive them. Because of that, we figured it would be interesting to put a different spin on the most popular cars.

Through our car shipping services, we have a good glimpse of America’s daily drivers. Join us in seeing who wins the real popularity contest – have a glance at our ...

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California’s Emissions Authority: Facts 

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On September 18th, the Trump administration formally revoked California’s emissions authority. According to Trump, safety and cost are the main reasons for the decision. It comes as part of the President’s plan to lower emission standards, before setting the 2025 targets on fuel efficiency levels.

The state of California has immediately reacted to this announcement by filing a lawsuit against President Trump. Twenty-three other states, as well as the cities of Los Angeles, New York, and the District of Columbia, have ...

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Corsia’s car of the day: 1960 Chevy Impala

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Under the motto “Space, Spirit, Splendor,” 1960 Chevy Impala received new features like an electric brake parking light, electric clock, and back-up lights. Cruise control and a six-way power seat were also among the newly added elements. Let’s not forget the “Speedminder” – a short-lived, but useful feature that would buzz when the driver exceeded a pre-set speed limit. The Chevy design team also replaced the flamboyant cats’-eyes-resembling tail lights with the more traditional round lenses.

The car has gone through ...

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Cars and kids – reconciling two accounts

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It seems like once you have kids, you become a different person. And we understand why this happens. More responsibilities, more duties, less free time, less quiet time. Less me-time as a whole. And somewhere in that lifestyle, you may need to fit your car as well. Can your love for cars and kids coexist? Let’s find out.

One of the biggest moments in a person’s life is when they are expecting a baby… and they know they have to buy ...

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Rusty Slammington: The undying driving machine

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Do you know what people love most? Stories. Philosophers have long speculated that stories are the things that make us human. We just love hearing about great characters, tough circumstances and thrilling conclusions.

Well, what if I told you that the character in today’s spotlight is not human at all? In fact, it is a car. And I do not mean one of those Disney animations for children. I have in mind a truly badass, out-of-this-world, gone-through-everything kind of vehicle. One ...

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How many cars does a family need?

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While Europeans have long been opting for public transport, bicycles, and walking, Americans seem to be determined to stick to their cars. Often, an average American family is dependent on more than one vehicle. And “the big garage” has become an essential part of the perfect American family dream house.

According to the 2008 Experian Automotive study, an average American family relies precisely on 2.28 cars. The study showed that 66% of Americans owned two or more cars.

Car ownership in the ...

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How To Choose a Corvette

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When talking about the most iconic sports cars, there is a model that rightly comes to everyone’s mind. Of course, we are talking about the famous Corvette. We have already covered whether or not you should buy a Corvette, but if you have missed that article, here is the answer – you should!

Now that you are convinced that going Corvette is the right way, you have to know how to choose one. Oh, you didn’t think ...

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Shipping a Corvette Across America

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Some people dream of raising a family, starting their own business, or maybe even becoming a President of the United States of America. Not me. I’m still waiting for that day I will finally own a Corvette.

Some say that most Corvette buyers are men who fall victim to conspicuous consumption or purchase this muscle car as a response to their “mid-life crisis.” Nonetheless, there has never been any doubt women are attracted to Corvettes as well.

Let’s start with shipping a Corvette ...

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