Car companies are already releasing teasers for their 2013 Super Bowl commercials.
The Monday Grind
Over the weekend Abe Lincoln was brought back to life by Ford Motor Company’s Lincoln brand.
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It’s the last week full week of March and this is what made news over the weekend.
The first full work week of March begins today with it comes rising gas prices.
Happy President’s Day! We are unsure how one celebrates this holiday so in the meantime, here are some car stories and news from the over the weekend.
Everything you missed from the past weekend in the world of autos is here.
Here are the stories making news in the automotive world from over the weekend. Be warned, if you don’t like seeing pictures of car-carnage, perhaps you should avoid the last link.
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It was the first official weekend of fall and now it’s the beginning of the first official work week of fall. Let’s kick off this season right. Tony Stewart sure did, winning his second straight Sprint Cup race over the weekend, but you already knew that. Find out what you don’t know by reading on below.
-Does your piggy bank have $387,000? If so, that’s perfect! You can buy a base Lamborghini Aventador. [link]
-TheBostonChannel.com had viewers submit pictures of their cars. Advice: skip over picture #88. [link]
-The Car Show axed John Salley because he’s too tall. [link]
-Photographer Luis Gispert scoured the country in search of fashion-inspired car interiors. [link]
-If you live in Massachusetts and get a ticket, but fight it successfully in court, you’ll still have to pay $70. [link]
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