Archive For The “Mercedes-Benz” Category

The Rest of the LA Auto Show 2014

By | January 8, 2015

Last week we ran out coverage of the 2014 LA Auto Show.  Since we actually attended this show, we wanted to show you some of the other highlights from the show which may not have been debuts but were still there for the public to see.  Many of the cars unveiled in 2014 were in […]

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How To Drive A Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Flat Out

By | January 5, 2015

  The Mercedes-Benz 300 SL has been and will always be one of my favorite cars ever made.  If the gull-wing doors don’t do it for you, surely the sleek body lines and bubble top roof do.  The car has one of the most gorgeous straight on profiles around with just the right amount of […]

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We Visit the 2014 LA Auto Show

By | December 31, 2014

One month and one hard drive crash later, we look back at the LA Auto Show.  Most auto shows we, like you, sit in front of a computer and watch the new unveilings online.  This time is different.  We actually went in person and saw it all right before our eyes.  This was made possible […]

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2014 Auto Show Season Kicks Off in Paris

By | October 8, 2014

After a 4 month summer break, automakers return to the show circuit for the 2014 Paris Motor Show.  The Paris Motor Show always brings something new and interesting for the world to see.  Dozens of world debuts were shown.  So many new concepts and production ready models were shown that we had a hard time […]

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Park City Welcomes goldRush Rally 6

By | June 6, 2014

Back in 1971, race car driver Brock Yates and Car and Driver editor Steve Smith attempted to travel from New York to Los Angeles in the quickest time possible in a 1971 Dodge Custom Sportsman van.  They made the trip in just over 40 hours.  The trip spawned a new, unsanctioned road rally, the Cannonball Baker […]

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New York Auto Show 2014

By | April 22, 2014

The New York Auto Show is the last auto show on US soil for the season until November when everyone rolls into Los Angeles.  The Big Apple didn’t offer very many big announcements this year but it did bring in a few new redesigns.  We take a look at ten of them.  We’ll start with […]

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