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Published: 03.14.2018
The 1949 Chevrolets offered great post war styling
By Robert Tate, Automotive Historian and Researcher Images Courtesy of Robert Tate's Collection

Published: 03.06.2018
Danica Patrick is a Great Role Model
By Robert Tate, Automotive Historian and Researcher Images courtesy of DanicaPatrick.com

Published: 02.28.2018
1954 Studebakers Featured Great Designs
By Robert Tate, Automotive Historian and Researcher Images Courtesy of Robert Tate's Collection

Published: 02.21.2018
Remembering the early days of Chrysler advertising
By Robert Tate, Automotive Historian and Researcher. Images courtesy of Robert Tate's Collection

Published: 02.13.2018
The Early Days of Detroit's Grand River Avenue
By Robert Tate, Automotive Historian and Researcher Images from the National Automotive Heritage Collection at the Detroit Public Library and DetroitTransitHistory.info

Published: 02.06.2018
Ford brings the Bullitt Mustang to the 2018 North American International Auto Show
By Robert Tate, Automotive Historian and Researcher. Images from Bob Sadler/MotorCities and the worldwide web

Published: 01.27.2018
International Trucks offered a great light-duty model in 1949
By Robert Tate, Automotive Historian and Researcher
Images courtesy of Robert Tate's collection

Long known for making dependable, long lasting trucks, International Harvester Co. in 1949 introduced a unique light-duty series that attracted new customers to the brand.

Published: 01.22.2018
1941 Cadillac line-up a true American classic
By Robert Tate, Automotive Historian and Researcher
Images courtesy of Robert Tate's collection

Automotive historians have characterized 1941 as a pivotal year for Cadillac with revolutionary styling and record sales for the year. It also marked the first significant event in the great career of Bill Mitchell.

Published: 01.16.2018
Looking back at the 1968 Detroit Auto Show
By Robert Tate, Automotive Historian and Researcher
Images courtesy of the National Automotive History Collection

Fifty years ago, thousands streamed through the doors of Cobo Hall to see the latest and greatest at the Detroit Auto Show. Now known all over the world as the North American International Auto Show, the event attracts nearly a million people to downtown Detroit each year.

Published: 01.09.2018
Mercury's Big M was a 'Dream Car' design for 1957
By Robert Tate, Automotive Historian and Researcher
Images courtesy of Robert Tate's collection

After famed late night TV host Ed Sullivan introduced the Mercury "Dream Car" design for 1957, the Ford-owned brand quickly gained national and international attention.

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