Car History

The car was invented in 1885 by Carl Benz. Since then, history has been written by hundreds of different car manufacturers some of which basically built the twentieth century together with scientist, politicians and sportsmans. Automotive history is so diverse and rich that books have been written and movies directed about it.

Pony Week: 50 Years Ago Today, the World Met the Ford Mustang

Pony Week: 50 Years Ago Today, the World Met the Ford Mustang

April 17th 2014 marks a special day among blue oval fans as well as automotive enthusiasts in general. On this day back in 1964, the Ford Mustang was unveiled to the world. Developed as an affordable dream car, it should have been no surprise that the Mustang achieved such instant success. Instead of a planned […]

Pony Week: 1964.5 Ford Mustang vs. 1965 Ford Mustang

Pony Week: 1964.5 Ford Mustang vs. 1965 Ford Mustang

  Sometimes, model years attached to some vehicles make absolutely no sense. Accepting the fact we commonly see vehicles of future model years released ahead the actual calendar start, there are times the introduction is so deep in the previous year it is hard to classify it from the future year. Advertised as a 2015 […]

Automoblog.net Hosting Pony Week for Ford Mustang’s 50th

Automoblog.net Hosting Pony Week for Ford Mustang’s 50th

The typical lifespan of a horse is 25 to 35 years. This week, one horse is celebrating 50 years of life and is livelier than ever. April 17th will mark the golden anniversary of the Ford Mustang’s public introduction at the 1964 New York World’s Fair. Named after a wild horse, the Ford Mustang became […]

A Golden Time for Ford Mustang Production

A Golden Time for Ford Mustang Production

The news of the passing of William Clay Ford, the mood around the blue oval may not be a happy one coming out of this past weekend. The loss of a great ambassador to his family’s company arrives as the company is celebrating one of their most successful vehicles. Part of the design committee for […]

Automoblog.net Remembers William Clay Ford

Automoblog.net Remembers William Clay Ford

  This weekend, a member of American first family of the auto industry has passed on. At 88 years of age, William Clay Ford was a husband, father and, to most of us, a key part of Ford Motor Company over a seven-decade timeframe. The last surviving grandson of Henry Ford, William Clay Ford was […]

Nissan IDx: Dream or Reality?

Nissan IDx: Dream or Reality?

Nissan has always been great at two things:  Surprising people, and making exciting/affordable cars for enthusiasts.  They usually try their best to bring the concepts to full production instead of teasing everyone, leading them endlessly on with rolling concept debuts.  That’s hard to do in a day and age where emission laws and mpg restrictions […]

Auto Show Fever Set to Heat Up Philadelphia

Auto Show Fever Set to Heat Up Philadelphia

A city where Rocky Balboa’s legacy in boxing grew, a locale mentioned in a popular Elton John song, the hometown of Will Smith and his Fresh Prince of Bel-Air character (who just happens to be named Will Smith) and the symbolic birthplace of the United States of America, Philadelphia is definitely a vibrant place. A […]

Pony Car at 50: The 1963 Ford Mustang II Concept Car

Pony Car at 50: The 1963 Ford Mustang II Concept Car

  2013 has been a year where the Chevrolet Corvette and the Porsche 911 celebrated milestone anniversaries. With the 50th year of Ford Mustang production slated for next year, expect 2014 to be the year for celebration for Blue Oval fans. Before the Ford Mustang became the show-stopping darling that was introduced at the 1964 […]

Harley Earl's 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Fetches 1.5 Million at Car Auction

Harley Earl’s 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Fetches 1.5 Million at Car Auction

As 2013 has progressed, the automotive world has embraced it as the year of the Chevrolet Corvette. Kicked with the fanfare of the historical 60th anniversary since the car’s introduction, the first 10 months of this year have been eventful for the Corvette. As the 2013 model year model bids goodbye to the C6 body style, […]

The Complete History of the Corvette Stingray

The Complete History of the Corvette Stingray

1963-67 Corvette Sting Ray: The Road Shark The genesis of the Sting Ray was in 1963 with the second generation (C2) Corvette. This gorgeous vehicle is still considered one of the most thrilling and captivating designs of all time. The C2 Stingray was produced through 1967.The 1963 model was outrageously popular with its attractive and […]

Acura NSX: A Look at the History & Future of Honda's New Sports eXperimental

Acura NSX: A Look at the History & Future of Honda’s New Sports eXperimental

Supercars are meant to be blunt instruments of speed. Fearsome beasts. Tamed by the wealthy, then lorded over the peasants as a sign of power and affluence. In the 1980’s, most supercars were about as refined as a medieval ox cart, and just as difficult to drive. There was often no visibility, the cabins were […]

Man Up! - Sir Jackie Stewart

Man Up! – Sir Jackie Stewart

Welcome to our first weekly edition of Man Up! All over the world men are forgetting how to be MEN.  Our lives have become cushy and slack.  Everything is there for us at the push of a button and designed for our comfort.  Even our toiletries are hard to distinguish from that of a woman.  It’s […]

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