Queen City Cars & Coffee III

Queen City Cars & Coffee is back! The past two years hosting this show have been absolute blast, and I'm stoked to be putting it on again this year. Last year, over 90 cars attended, about 30 more than the first year. For QC3 (just made that name up right now and I dig it) the... Continue Reading →

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Cars in the Wild

In my feeble brain, the general rule of thumb has always been that the more expensive and powerful a car is, the more I want it. Doesn't matter if it's new age or old school, if it makes a ton of power, looks the business, and causes my wallet to wilt in fear, that's the... Continue Reading →

Cars in the Wild

When the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 first hit the world stage back in 2007, it had about the same affect as when Nissan unleashed its new GTR—people looked at each other in stunned disbelief and said, "It can do what? And it costs how much?" The Zr1, like the GTR,  serves up a heaping platter of... Continue Reading →

Cars in the Wild

It's not every day that you see a Chevrolet Corvair chillin' in the parking lot of a Hannafords. Or anywhere for that matter. When the Corvair hit the showroom in 1960, it was the only rear-engined, air cooled American car on the market, and it was awarded Motor Trend magazine's Car of the Year award.... Continue Reading →

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