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Mopar owners open car show season

Shelby Township — Taking a chance on spring, members of the North Oakland Mopar Muscle Club circled April 26 on their calendars and staged the club’s annual meet for what could have been a cold, wet day. Owners responded by registering 150 vehicles. Many sat in the sunshine with their cars to greet visitors to … Continue Reading →

Rubber City Classic joins Cleveland Auto Show

Cleveland, Ohio — Cleveland’s automotive roots run deep. And so does its affection for cars. So when it comes to planning its annual early-spring auto show, the Greater Cleveland Automobile Dealers Association (GCADA) has for close to two decades incorporated both brand-new and not-so-new vehicles in its exhibit blueprints. A local classic car organization organized … Continue Reading →

Soft spot for an 'ugly' Austin A-35

British car enthusiast Don Ensley once owned a post-war British Leyland double-decker bus; he is building an AC Cobra (289) replica, and he quickly admits he has a soft spot for his “ugly” 1957 Austin A-35. Ensley, of Rochester Hills, Mich., has spent most of his adult life working on British cars – particularly those … Continue Reading →