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Chrome Zone: Good-Guys Del Mar Nationals

Why do you go to a car show? It may seem like a silly question, but I always wonder why people go to a show. The obvious answers are: Looking for new ideas for my project or putting off doing the weekend “honey-do’s”. You don’t hear, “nothing better to do” or “my buddy dragged me…

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April 6, 2011 • by: Tony Colombini
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Art Garage: Tom Fritz, Frontier of Speed

You’ve most likely seen Tom’s work before. If not in your favorite magazine, then at your favorite car-show. His expressive use of color, fabulous lighting and striking compositions are recognizable. I had the opportunity to speak with Tom about his work and the hot rod culture. He likened hot rodders as the new cowboys exploring…

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April 5, 2011 • by: Tony Colombini
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Arlington TX Speed Shop Grand Opening

If you haven’t heard by now Pep Boys, a long time stable automotive super-center of choice – is going back to its roots by opening Speed Shops within existing stores in key Pep Boys markets throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Team EBC and Genevieve Chappell traveled to the Dallas Texas area to celebrate…

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March 29, 2011 • by: Genevieve Chappell

In The Haute Seat: Mitzi Valenzuela

Cars require more lights, more information and creative positioning to shoot than women do. I have photographed thousands of women, but shooting cars by themselves always poses a challenge. I can never light two cars the same. Every car has its own set of curves, lines, and angles.

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March 24, 2011 • by: Cris Barber
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Keystone The Big Show Dallas TX

During our travels, we find it quite interesting meeting individuals, race teams and shop owners from different regions and learning about their interests in automotive and motorsports. One thing I’ve learned- the saying is true “Birds of a feather flock together” LOL. While the New Jersey Keystone show reflected a sport compact, muscle car, hot-rod…

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March 22, 2011 • by: Genevieve Chappell

Hello, My Name Is: Fred Gittins

Just think if you were in a coma for thirty years and you woke up from the 50s and laid your eyes on a hybrid. Compared to a ’57 Chevy? The new cars, yes, are good for the economy, the environment, they’re green – but they have no class compared to the old cars. None.

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March 20, 2011 • by: Cris Barber
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