Playing N Traffic Show
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Last Updated: 24 April 2020

The Playing N Traffic Show w/ Louis Lee of All Ends Magazine and MotorMouth Radio's Ray Guarino is live videocasting where they talk to car enthusiasts around the world.
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Last Updated: 12 April 2020 are a very passionate group of automotive enthusiasts, and everything you see on their site is the result of good old fashioned hard work.  Automoblog is grassroots automotive industry news, culture, and lifestyle publication since 2006. Reviews, trends, advice, technology, vehicle specs, autonomous driving, and four original series. They talk cars.

From the makers of, here is Automoblog's "sister site" focused on autonomous driving at a much more in-depth level than on Automoblog. This site is for engineers and scientists and other experts working in the industry:

LI Racing
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Last Updated: 17 February 2020

LI Racing is a motorcycle performance shop with a fully stocked machine shop.  Need something custom? they have you covered (custom fabrication, 3D model/printing, and prototyping).  Servcies include: Polishing and Coating, Component Design, Part Manufacturing, Suspension Services, Headwork, Transmission, Crankshaft Knifing.

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Last Updated: 02 January 2020

Half Breed "The Resurrection": This page will follow the full restoration of Chassis John's 1981 Pro Street Trans Am "Half Breed". The Phoenix will rise again! (with a little help from his friends!): 

Chassis John's former business.  Like they say once a car guy always a car guy  Chassis Connection Race Cars

Mark Trotta
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Last Updated: 08 December 2019

Restore An Old Car is the website and Classic Car History is the Facebook page of Mark Trotta who has been restoring old cars and motorcycles for over 25 years. He has documented his successes and failures each step of every project. So he know what works and what doesn't. Restoring an old car is hard work. There's plenty of obstacles. And it's even harder when you're trying to raise a family and working a full-time job. He wonders how many sons and daughters like mine grew up watching (and sometimes helping) their fathers slowly bring an old car back to its original glory.

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