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SCREEN-PRINTING IS NOT FOR THE WEAK
The Making of a Screened Shirt and
Picking our Favorite Automotive T-Shirts

LA CAR REPORT—When you say “screen-printing” the first thing that comes to mind is some dude in a backroom feverishly scraping a screen and has ink smeared everywhere, sweating with a look of panic. Well, part of that is true, except for that one guy.
In today’s world the days of one or two guys making screens and printing T-shirts are almost gone. If you want to stay competitive, you have to operate like a NASCAR or NHRA pit crew—it’s team effort here folks. Tom Gomez reports. And then we pick our favorite automotive T-shirts!

ANOTHER ONLY IN LA (CAR) EVENT
The 14th annual Motor4Toys charity toy drive and car show

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Our intrepid mid-state LACar.com field reporter, exotic car aficionado, semi-professional racing driver, bon vivant, snappy-dresser and part-time Santa’s helper Dave Wolin takes us to a big car bash for a good cause … The 14th annual Motor4Toys gathering in Woodland Hills. Kids/Cars/Toys … That’s the spirit!

THE BIG, THE BAD, AND THE PRETTY
at the LA Auto Show

LA CAR REPORT—Trucks. And more trucks. Big ones. That’s what the American brands (Ford and Chevy) are showing at the LA Auto Show this year. Chrysler, too, along with a whole bunch of versions of the Charger and Challenger. Let’s not mistake this: anything that earns the name “Hellcat” is pretty cool. So is the Dodge Demon, with 808 HP on pump gas, and 32 more on high octane. But most of what Fiat Chrysler is showing, aside from the Fiats, is pretty much what they’ve been selling for a decade. Is that a portent of a boring Auto Show? Read on. Brian Kennedy reports.

ANOTHER TAKE ON TURKEY NIGHT
Here are two unique looks at a different side of a long-time LA tradition

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LA CAR REPORT—”For seventeen years now I’ve been making the Turkey Night event program. I make all decisions on the design and layout, the placement of all images and text, and then oversee printing and sales. That’s the nuts and bolts part of my job at Turkey Night.” Harold Osmer and his daughter Mirinda talk about their way of celebrating their family’s Thanksgiving each year, at an automobile race, but not just any race…

IT’S THANKSGIVING NIGHT
We’re Sitting In the Bleachers at Ventura Raceway, It’s Cold, We’re Eating Track Dogs, and Fries, Sipping Cold Beer and Choking Down Lukewarm Coffee … Why? … Tim Kennedy Explains

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LA CAR REPORT—It’s Thanksgiving Night … We’re Sitting In the Bleachers at Ventura Raceway, It’s Cold, We’re Eating Track Dogs, and Fries, Sipping Cold Beer and Choking Down Lukewarm Coffee … Why? What’s the big attraction of an annual auto racing event that causes people to leave the company and comfort of their homes on Thanksgiving evening? Tim Kennedy explains why every year thousands of people leave festive holiday gatherings of family and friends to attend an outdoor midget auto race somewhere in southern California no matter where that race is being held or what the temperature is at the race site.

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