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The Last Open Road author Burt Levy (left) gives script instructions to Jim Pittacora, who plays the mean-spirited Mr. Palumbo in the new audiobook. | Burt Levy photo

Historical racing-themed novel ‘The Last Open Road’ to be audiobook

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If you’ve ever wondered what Buddy Palumbo really sounds like, here’s your chance

‘Unsafe at Any Speed’ hits 50 years; targeted Corvair dangers, sparked consumerism and cost...

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As the book Unsafe at Any Speed, Ralph Nader’s seminal assault on the Chevrolet Corvair and a complacent U.S. auto industry, marks its 50th anniversary this year.

Well-told tale of the first three Shelby Cobras

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Book chronicles the diverse drives of CSX2000, 2001 and 2002

Autumn-mobiles: Celebrating classic cars in classic North Carolina scenery

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'Autumn-mobiles' is the title of a special photo feature in the October issue of Our State: North Carolina magazine.

Chapter by chapter, specialists focus on E-Type restoration

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here are so many specialty skills that go into a professional classic car restoration.
Portrait of the artist who launched Porsche’s graphic image | ClassicCars

Portrait of the artist who launched Porsche’s graphic image

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'Erich Strenger and Porsche: A Graphical Report' presents the history of the collaboration, lushly illustrated with his art and graphics

My great uncle, his Rolls-Royce, and his recipe for chicken divan

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To me, a 20-something, following some recipe out of a 41-year-old cook book, was more than a bit odd.
The Art Edition of Taschen's Ferrari art book will run a jaw-dropping $30,000. | Taschen photo

Ferrari book with signatures of Marchionne, Enzo’s son costs $30K

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Ferrari owners tend to be a passionate bunch

Bookshelf: A look at the classic car hobby, the open road and where we’re...

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‘Never Stop Driving’ explores life behind the wheel, and under the hood

Automobile Quarterly name, archives offered for sale

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If you can find someone willing to part with it, the hard-cover “magazine” published from 1962 (starting with Volume 1, No. 1) into 2012 (ending with Volume 52, No. 1), will cost you around $4,000.