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Putting it into park: Weekend Linkage

Ending each week on the Mojo Motors Blog is “Putting it into park,” a compilation of newsworthy links from the past five days.

World Record Breaking Hearses in Hell Michigan

-A parade of 51 hearses in Hell, Michigan breaks the Guinness World Record. [link]

-Taking a page out of the Tesla Motors book of delays, Alfa Romeo pushes back the release of their 4C roadster. [link]

-The 1969 Camaro was named the greatest Chevrolet ever, but did the voters get it right? [link]

-Jalopnik’s ten best car commercials ever. [link]

-Completely customize the new Ford Mustang down to the hood pins. [link]

-A new reality show on the Discovery Channel, “Carfellas,” is about three guys who run a used auto lot. [link]

-Auto blog Hooniverse is “staking a claim in the automotive fringe.” They also have a cool name. [link]


Photo credits: Livingston Daily

Putting it into park: Weekend Linkage

Ending each week on the Mojo Motors Blog is “Putting it into park,”a compilation of interesting links and news from the past five days.

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-Auto Buds posts pictures of two identical cars parked next to each other. Is it authentic? Don’t know, don’t care. [link]

-Bob Lutz is going back to General Motors as a part-time senior adviser after retiring in 2010. [link]

-TheRitchOnCars Daily aggregates all the auto news every day from an extensive list of blogs, websites and Tweeters. [link]

-Every Wednesday from 9-11PM, check out the #Motorama chat on Twitter where hard hitting questions are asked like, “Would you rather have a domestic or import with 200,000 miles?” or “Is a Volvo wagon really that reliable?” [link]

-Car Guy Dad’s review of the Nissan Quest minivan. The dashboard looks pretty. [link]

-Relay Rides hopes to take a chunk out of Zip Car’s market dominance by letting people rent out their own cars. [link]

-Frank Lloyd Wright designed a futuristic gas station in Minnesota that inspired Starbucks. [link]