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Published: 05.23.2016
Reflecting on the final models produced by Hudson
By Robert Tate, Automotive Historian and Researcher
Images courtesy of Robert Tate's collection

The year 1957 marked the final line of autos that used the Hudson nameplate.

Published: 05.17.2016
The 1930s marked the peak of Cadillac style
By Robert Tate, Automotive Historian and Researcher
Images courtesy of the National Automotive History Collection

The unique and famed "Cadillac Style" began in earnest in the early 1930s with model lines such as the V-12, La Salle and others

Published: 05.09.2016
Highlighting the great racing career of Rick Mears
By Robert Tate, Automotive Historian and Researcher
Images-Courtesy of the National Automotive History Collection

Legendary Race Car Driver Rick Mears' career started with motorcycles and dune buggies, but he is best known for his four wins at the Indianapolis 500.

Published: 05.02.2016
Prince and his 'Little Red Corvette'
By Robert Tate, Automotive Historian and Researcher
Images courtesy of Robert Tate's collection

Prince etched his place in music history with many hits like 'Purple Rain,' and 'Raspberry Beret.' But for auto lovers, Prince's best song has always been 'Little Red Corvette.'

Published: 04.25.2016
Remembering the great achievements of Preston Tucker
By Robert Tate, Automotive Historian and Researcher
Photos courtesy of the National Automotive Heritage Collection

Even with having faced a series of legal scandals and setbacks, Preston Tucker is still regarded as a true automotive innovator and giant in the field of design and engineering.

Published: 04.20.2016
A brief history of the Chevrolet Camaro
By Robert Tate, Automotive Historian
Images courtesy of the National Automotive History Collection

Soon after its introduction in 1966, the Chevrolet Camaro became one of those iconic high-performance models widely sought after by auto enthusiasts.

Published: 04.12.2016
Auto miniature collecting can be a lifelong passion for many
By: Robert Tate
Photos courtesy of Boyd Huppert/Lisa Lundstrom and Robert Tate

Auto miniature collecting can be a lifelong passion for many. Read about one man who amassed a collection of 30,000 toy vehicles!

Published: 04.04.2016
1953 Chevrolet trucks were great looking models
By: Robert Tate
Photos courtesy of the National Automotive History Collection

Since 1918, Chevrolet has been one of the market leaders when it comes to trucks. The year 1953 was a particularly good year for the company.

Published: 03.29.2016
Richard Teague: Automotive renaissance man
By: Robert Tate
Photos courtesy of the National Automotive History Collection/Robert Tate's collection

Through a storied career starting at General Motors and ending at the American Motor Corp., Richard Teague charted his own unique and unheralded path in the world of automotive design.

Published: 03.23.2016
The great craftsmanship of Gerald Wingrove
By: Robert Tate
Photos courtesy of the National Automotive History Collection

Famed auto miniature maker Gerald Wingrove has positioned himself in the upper echelon of his profession throughout a storied 60-year career.

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