Catching up


It has been a busy summer, between kids’ sports, involuntary stints as an unpaid high-level shadetree mechanic (see above), and weekend trips.

Oh, yeah, and writing. Lots of writing.

I’ve neglected to mention on these pages my newest literary endeavor:

where we cover several interesting cars for sale, six days a week. I’m the Large Editor at Large – a title I’ve been stewing on since I was a kid and found out that my hero in the world of auto writing, Peter Egan of Road & Track, was an Editor at Large. I’m doing a good bit of writing there, too.

Beyond, I’ve written a few pieces for TTAC since I last haunted these digital pages:

Digestible Collectible: 1989 Ford Sierra Sierra Sapphire RS Cosworth

How Decision 2016 Will Affect the Auto Industry

Ohio Ford Dealer, Selling 727HP Roush Mustangs for $39,995, Tells Hellcat to Step Outside

Was Your Focus RS Order Cancelled? Buy This Cool-Looking Ford Instead

2016 Rio Olympics: The Cars of Brazil

It’s Been A Good Run: Nissan Tsuru Production Likely To End Soon

Government Surplus Auctions Can Yield Amazing Treasures

Furthermore, I’ve written several pieces for the US News Best Cars blog:

The Difference Between Autonomous Braking and Anti-Lock Brakes

Everything You Should Know About the Nissan GT-R

Eight Reincarnated Cars

Unexpected Everyday Exotics

Best Off-Road SUVs

Certified Pre-Owned Hondas

The History of the Ford Mustang

8 So-Called Foreign Cars Built in the US

So, clearly I’ve been busy. But wait, there’s more! I’ll have some new features coming in the next few weeks – I’m excited to share in some new adventures. Follow me on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram for current happenings – since I clearly can’t be bothered to keep this updated…


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