by: THE SHOP News
September 5, 2017
The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) is warning the nation's consumers that vehicles flooded by Hurricane Harvey may soon be appearing for sale around the nation.
ClassicCars.com analysts studied data from half a dozen major sales during Arizona Auction Week and found mixed results, according to the company. Top-flight European classics failed to hit estimates, while ...
The St. Ignace Car Show Weekend has been a must attend for car lovers for 43 years and is still going strong! Over the weekend of June 28th – June 30th 2018, more than 1,000 classics, customs, hot rods, and late-models converge on the picturesque up-north setting along with over 30,000 spectators
Chevrolet revealed its tweaked 2019 Camaro lineup on Monday, April 9 which includes an addition in the automaker’s first-ever Turbo 1LE model. Also new for model year 2019 is the 10-speed automatic transmission that comes with paddle shifters and “custom launch control and line
A report from global market research firm Ipsos has found that nearly one in four Americans would never use an autonomous vehicle (AV). Ipsos surveyed more than 21,000 adults across 28 countries about acceptance of AVs, which autonomous features are most in demand, potential ownership models and
Potholes and Michigan roads go together all too well. They’re usually just a spring-time nuisance but if you’re unlucky enough to drive into a bigger pothole, it can do some damage to your wallet. Pothole damage cost drivers $15 billion in vehicle repairs in a five-year span according to AAA. In a
With the Dodge Viper gone, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV will turn the Conner Avenue Assembly plant where it was manufactured into a place of memories and meetings. The automaker announced Wednesday the 51-year-old plant will be renamed Conner Center. FCA will use 77,000 square feet of the