Category Archives: Editorials

Jolly Coppers On Parade: Cops Cruising on the Taxpayers’ Dime

Click on the anaglyph stereo 3D image to launch a Flash player and view the entire gallery of photos in 2D or your choice of S-3D formats. Have you ever noticed how many police there are at car cruise events? … Continue reading

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GM Agrees to Give UAW Members $5,000 Signing Bonus. Should Taxpayers Have Been Paid First?

The United Auto Workers and General Motors have come to a tentative agreement for a national labor contract covering the next four years. In addition to hourly raises for both veteran and second tier autoworkers, the contract calls for a … Continue reading

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Editorial: Idling Public Employees

With gasoline in the vicinity of $4.00 a gallon you probably don’t leave your car idling for very long. When you’re idling you’re getting zero miles per gallon. That’s why cars with so-called “stop-start” technology have become more common. Basically … Continue reading

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Editor’s Note: Thanks For Your Patience, More Woodward Dream Cruise Content To Come

I’m busy attending Woodward Dream Cruise events, taking pictures, shooting video and interviewing car owners and enthusiasts. I can’t do that and process the photos and video and create content for this site at the same time. I can’t be … Continue reading

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Lotus Elan, The Most Influential Sports Car Ever?

I like Jalopnik’s Question Of The Day feature. In the comments people post photos and info about some genuinely interesting and often very cool cars. Still, I usually disagree with the cars that make the final cut. The other day … Continue reading

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Now This Is A Sexist Automotive Commercial

This video is not in stereo 3D Autoblog and Jalopnik have their panties in a wringer because at least 40 years ago Goodyear marketed tires to men appealing to their desire for their wives’ safety. I’ve seen the ad described … Continue reading

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Motorsports, Nepotism and Envy

Photo courtesy of PPG Pardon me if this is out of bounds, because this is going to veer into economic philosophy, but I want to talk about motorsports, nepotism and envy. Paul Menard’s NASCAR Sprint Cup win in the Brickyard … Continue reading

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Design Analysis — Lotus

2013 is set to be a big year for Lotus — possibly the most important model year that this storied brand has seen in a long time.  Purists will argue that Lotus hasn’t been Lotus since the mid 1980s, and … Continue reading

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Welcome to Cars In Depth

There are plenty of great websites about cars but none of them, so far, have taken advantage of the technologies available to offer readers something more than just an online version of traditional enthusiast magazines with  perhaps a little more … Continue reading

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