Road Trip: The Loneliest Drive You’ll Ever Do

By: Bridget Clerkin February 1, 2018 U.S. Route 50 wends through many states, but in Nevada, it is known as the “Loneliest Road” for its vast, desolate, starkly beautiful stretches. One may be the loneliest number, but in Nevada, that honor actually goes to 50. The Silver State’s portion of

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Reno at the Crossroads Historical Marker

Reno in Washoe County, Nevada — The American Mountains (Southwest) By Douglass Halvorsen, December 14, 2013 1. Reno at the Crossroads Marker Inscription. A City Built on Trains and Automobiles Nevada’s alliance with the Union during the Civil War was important not only for the mineral resources of the Comstock Lode but

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The Cammed & Tubbed Podcast: Episode 245 – Six Degrees Of MC3

http://shoutengine.com/TheCammedandTubbedPodcast/TheCammedandTubbedPodcast-0245-six-degrees-of-manuel-carrillo-iii-49627.mp3 On this week’s episode, we have recurring guest Manuel Carrillo III on the show to talk about his escapades. He was recently invited to attend the Golden Globes by Infiniti and we spend far too long discussing that evening. Manuel also recently drove up the west coast in a

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Of Grifters, Wombats, and the Dizzy World of ‘The Young in Heart’

The Young in Heart (1938) is a terrific example of the kind of movie Hollywood could do so well when it tried: a sophisticated comedy about people pretending not to be sentimental. With an amazing cast and crew, this sleek machine fires on all cylinders, not unlike its left-field creation

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12 of the Best Automotive Museums In the US

The Revs Institute – Naples, Florida The Collier Collection at the Revs Institute is one of the finest assemblies of classic race cars in the US. Its Porsche collection is especially great if you’re a fan of the automaker’s 1960s and 1970s sports cars. America’s Car Museum – Tacoma, Washington

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