Category Archives: Classic Car

Dodge Challenger T/A Or Chevrolet Camaro SS – Ride Versus Ride

By   June 24, 2018

Dodge Challenger Or Chevrolet Camaro SS

Dodge Challenger Or Chevrolet Camaro SS

We recently, announced a new column on this publication called “Reader’s Rides”. In each article, we will be sharing a cool ride sent to us from one of our readers. The hope is that this will allowing our community to get closer together.

At the end of each week we will select a few of the rides that appeared during the week and let you tell us which ride you liked best.

Today we have this classic 70’s Dodge Challenger T/A and this 60’s Chevy Camaro SS.

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2018 Car Show Season Starts

By   May 13, 2018

Cruisin’ Morro Bay Car Show

Cruisin’ Morro Bay Car Show

Summer is almost officially upon us and that means cars shows. Sure, there are plenty of Cars and Coffee events that you can see great cars, but the competition car shows are now well underway.

For us the car show season starts with the Cruisin’ Morro Bay Car Show. Of course if we were on the east coast Amelia Island is the show that starts things off, but that is all the way on the other side of the country. For us it starts in Morro Bay and all the car shows lead to the “grand daddy” of them all, the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

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How To Warm Up Your Car

By   January 10, 2018

Porsche 911 Carrera T and 911 Targa

How Do You Warm Up A Classic Or New Car

Warming up your car is vital to keeping your vehicle on the road. Along with regular maintenance it is one of the most important things an automotive owner can do. However, there is a lot of confusion out there about warming up your car.

Many now say that you shouldn’t warm up a new car. They claim that you just waste gas and pollute while you let your car get up to temperature. Others say that even new cars should be warmed up to keep your car on the road for a longer period of time.

Should you warm up your car and if so, how should you do it?

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