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Introducing the Expressive, Dynamic 2020 Cadillac CT4

Cadillac takes the next step in the realignment of its sedan portfolio with the global introduction of the first-ever CT4 sport sedan. Revealed to customers through a social media campaign that…

Cadillac takes the next step in the realignment of its sedan portfolio with the global introduction of the first-ever CT4 sport sedan. Revealed to customers through a social media campaign that virtually puts viewers in the driver’s seat simulating the car’s liberating drive experience, the 2020 CT4 is poised to appeal to a new generation of sport-luxury customers. The CT4 offers plenty for the senses, starting with its RWD proportions and an athletic design.

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Petersen Automotive Museum Offers Vault Photography Tours

The Petersen Automotive Museum announced today it will offer new Photography Vault Tours and Vehicle Photography Sessions. For the first time ever, visitors will be allowed to photograph some of…

The Petersen Automotive Museum announced today it will offer new Photography Vault Tours and Vehicle Photography Sessions. For the first time ever, visitors will be allowed to photograph some of the finest sports cars, collector cars, Hollywood movie cars, racecars and motorcycles in The Vault.

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The Largest Porsche Gathering in Southern California

This Sunday – September 15th – the Porsche Club of America Los Angeles Region holds their 58th annual Concours d’Elegance. In years past we’ve enjoyed a myriad of vintage and modern-day…

This Sunday – September 15th – the Porsche Club of America Los Angeles Region holds their 58th annual Concours d’Elegance. In years past we’ve enjoyed a myriad of vintage and modern-day Porches on display at the Santa Monica Museum of Flying.

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A Car for American Sports: 1954 Buick Skylark

Buicks have this…Reputation. You know how it goes: chrome, stodgy, dumb, portholes, marshmallow ride, no brakes, no handling, eternally slipping automatic transmissions.

Buicks have this…Reputation. You know how it goes: chrome, stodgy, dumb, portholes, marshmallow ride, no brakes, no handling, eternally slipping automatic transmissions.

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A Visit to Monza

There is an irresistible pull to the name—the idea—of Monza. It pulls back memory…to a time before cable sports networks and the overexposure to the politics and business of racing…

There is an irresistible pull to the name—the idea—of Monza. It pulls back memory…to a time before cable sports networks and the overexposure to the politics and business of racing today.
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