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Automotive Traveler Magazine Online
Classic cars and the Granite State's best ice cream.
Muscle cars and medieval history. A new European road-trip series.
Meat on a really big fork. When driving through the Badlands, this is a must-stop spot for chow.
The 1969 Indianapolis 500 Pace Car Camaro is exceptionally well known and documented. But did you know that there were also seven more of the 1969 Camaros that were used as actual NASCAR Speedway Pace Cars? Rich Truesdell looks back on this virtually unknown chapter in Camaro history.
Fifty-one years ago, on 15 May, 1962, at a well-publicized preview at the Waldorf Astoria, Chrysler introduced its revolutionary Ghia-bodied Turbine Car. Dubbed the Bronze Blowtorch, it was heralded by its maker and many experts as the Car of the Future. Chrysler Turbine Car fan Richard Truesdell looks back to see where it took a wrong turn and is now considered an asterisk in automotive history.
Ford's Junior Driving School licenses the little ones, and sends them on their way.