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Cars don’t seem to have a lot in common with dinosaurs and dodos, but it’s easy to see the connection between ancient animals and these classic automobiles. Every one of them is extinct! Hillman Imp Just like the Loch Ness Monster, the Hillman Imp is the stuff of Scottish legend. When it was put into […]

American muscle cars are making a comeback. As these become more popular, it’s important to understand what you want in a muscle car. When you’re searching for the perfect car, keep in mind the following considerations. Old or New Image via Flickr by Nick Ares

Admit it, you know you’re making a statement when you buy a new car. What you don’t know is if your car choice is making the statement you want it to. Based on (non scientific) research, here’s what your ride says about you. Chevy Suburban Image via Flickr by woodleywonderworks What does the Suburban say […]

Vehicles seem to always be improving. With their advancements, accessories to compliment them have also improved. With all the new ones coming out, it can be hard to know which is worth the investment and which you should go without. Here are some of the car gadgets that are worth it. GPS If you love […]

Independence Day is next week and although we will be closed on Thursday, July 4th, we’re going to celebrate it right with a 4th of July event all weekend!  We invite you to join us at 6788 Whipple Ave NW, North Canton, Ohio for the holiday. We’ve got the best selection of classic cars, Corvettes and […]

You’ll see lots of commercials out there telling you to take 15 minutes to get a new car insurance quote, you can’t find one that says what if taken into account to give you that quote. We did find this handy infographic (courtesy of www.car-insurance.com) that goes into more detail about what factors determine how […]

We’ve had a lot of interest in our classic Corvettes, so we’ve decided to revisit the history of the Corvette. Since it spans 60 years there is a lot of history to cover, so we’ve decided to break into a two-part blog. The first post will cover the first 29 years and the second post […]

Though some people might argue, the general acceptance is that the 1949 Oldsmobile Rocket 88 is America’s first muscle car. If not the first true muscle car, it was the precursor to all that would come. It’s combination of relatively light body and powerful high-compression overhead valve V8 engine vaulted Oldsmobile from a sedated conservative car […]