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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Audi R8 – The low-key supercar

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Imagine driving an exotic car to run your daily errands and then taking the same ride to attend dinner at an elegant restaurant. The modern and casual feel during the day – an elegant and shiny touch at night. All offered by one car, at a very good price. A dream of any enthusiast.

The good news is that you do not necessarily have to look for a Ferrari or Lamborghini to make this dream come true. Audi R8 is a ...

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Love in the times of Volga

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As he lovingly dusts off the windshield of the sky-blue Volga, a reflection emerges. The old man pensively stares at what he sees reflected in the glass, a tide of memories rushed over him. “You know,” he uttered quietly. “This car was your grandmother’s dream.”

In Soviet Russia, public transport was king, and private car ownership was an experience desired by many but accessible to few. A lack of money was not the main issue. Even if you could afford a ...

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Maserati Quattroporte – Striving to be different

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What do Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Maserati have in common? They are all Italian luxury car marques. With that said, the last one stands a bit away from the bunch. That couldn’t be more obvious with the latest Maserati Quattroporte model.

While both Ferrari and Lamborghini fight for the title of the most exotic sports car, Maserati takes a different route. In this post, we will see why “luxury” does not always mean the same thing for all cars.

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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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How coronavirus has impacted the auto industry

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Throughout the years, many tough circumstances have affected the economy. However, COVID-19 might end up having the most widespread influence since the Cold War. This outbreak has presented us with truly a global challenge.

In today’s interconnected world, one industry’s shutdown can cause ripple effects on other sectors. For example, as a company that offers car shipping services, the state of the auto industry can affect us. In this post, let’s see how the pandemic has impacted the auto industry and ...

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What you need to know about pickup truck classes

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Do pickup truck classes seem confusing to you? I get it! It can be really frustrating to figure them out. You see pickups described in terms of payload capacity, but then you realize that’s not even accurate.

You don’t have to worry, though. In this post, we are clearing these things up. The classification will start making sense once you see where it came from. In fact, taking a look at car history shows us we have a knack for vehicle ...

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Coronavirus and RV travel: Should you hit the road now?

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As the old saying goes, desperate times call for desperate measures. The issue here is that sometimes “desperate” does not mean “adequate.” Plenty of ideas might pass through our minds now, but we should remain calm. Is it not better to judge a situation with a clear head?

Right now, some people are thinking of moving during the coronavirus pandemic. Others are going one step further – they are considering hitting the road in an RV. That ...

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Dodge La Femme: The one for the ladies

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Let me tell you a little secret. Although I am a man, one of my favorite cars in the world is Nissan Micra К12. For a while, it has been labeled as the poster feminine car. But you know what? The little thing is comfortable, you can park it anywhere, and it is one of the most reliable vehicles I have ever seen. Cute, too!

See, I have no problem admitting I like “a woman’s car.” For me, the issue is… ...

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Corsia’s car of the day: Ford (Ghia) Brezza

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March, being Women’s History Month, gives us a great excuse to celebrate the incredible women in the automotive world. Meet one more woman who made history in the automotive industry – Marilena Corvasce. She was responsible for designing Ford (Ghia) Brezza top-to-bottom, bumper-to-bumper.

Here’s how it happened. Ford tasked Ghia, its European design division, with creating a mid-engine sports car, a concept that was road-ready. Rumor has it, the automaker was looking to rival GM’s Pontiac Fiero. ...

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