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Cars I’ve Loved and Hated:
Michael Lamm’s Unauthorized Auto Biography, Chapter Five

Mike’s dad, Heinrich Lamm, bought his first Hudson in 1939 and remained a Hudson stalwart until 1960. Text and photos copyright Michael Lamm 2012 During the 1940s and 1950s, my hometown, La Feria, Texas, had just one new-car dealer, Lafond … Continue reading

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Cars I’ve Loved and Hated:
Michael Lamm’s Unauthorized Auto Biography, Chapter Four

All text and photos copyright Michael Lamm, 2012 You’ll recall my recent confession that I lost money on most of the 17 cars I owned in high school. “Owned” might be too strong a word; some cars passed through my … Continue reading

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Cars I’ve Loved and Hated:
Michael Lamm’s Unauthorized Auto Biography, Chapter Three

Editor’s note: Heres another excerpt of Michael Lamm’s auto biography, Cars I’ve Loved and Hated, being serialized over at the Hemmings Blog. In the early 1950s, what we now call “classic cars” were 20-year-old hulks. Back then, individual “classics” that … Continue reading

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Cars I’ve Loved and Hated:
Michael Lamm’s “Unauthorized” Auto Biography, Chapter Two

Photo copyright Michael Lamm, used with permission. Editor’s note: Michael Lamm, one of the deans of American autowriting, is serializing his “auto” biography over at Hemmings Blog, profiling his personal cars . Mike’s a friend of Cars In Depth and … Continue reading

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Michael Lamm Joins Hemmings Blog

Michael Lamm is one of the deans of American automotive writing. His book, A Century of Automotive Style, co-authored with designer Dave Holls, is the reference book on the subject of American car design and he was one of the … Continue reading

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