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BUYER’S GUIDE: Why Electronic Stability Control Is Essential In Your Next Used Car

08.22.2016

Of all the optional safety equipment in used cars to look for, electronic stability control is the most important.

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Auto News for Monday, August 22

08.22.2016

New truck regulations will save two billion gallons of oil. The big oil companies are elated to have more oil for future spills.

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This 1968 Camaro is the ’70s-est Thing Ever

08.19.2016

UPDATE: After two years off the market, this 1968 Chevrolet Camaro came back up for sale in a big way, with much nicer photos than the original Craigslist ad.

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How Does The World’s Most Expensive Car Compare To Other Art Objects?

08.19.2016

This weekend, the Monterey Peninsula is inundated with the upper echelon of car buyers, all vying for some of the most exclusive, expensive cars in the world. Vintage car auctioneers RM Auctions, Russo and Steele, Mecum, Bonham’s, and Gooding and Co.

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