Month: December 2013

Old Cars Growing Older

If the cars you see on the road seem a little older to you these days, you would be correct because the average age of the vehicles on our highways has reached an all-time high according to the Polk market

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More Fallout from Cash for Clunkers

Last month we took a look back at the 2009 Cash for Clunkers program and found that industry analysts had determined that instead of providing the American auto industry with a boost, the optimistic $2.85 billion program wasted millions of

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New Sheriff in Town (GM Gets a New CEO)

General Motors wasted no time in naming a new chief executive officer (CEO) after its’ current Chief Executive Officer Dan Akerson announced his own imminent retirement. Just one day after the U.S. Treasury Department sold off the last of its

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Assets & Apps

Both the demand for and the prices of vintage and collectible cars have been rising to the point that average values across the marketplace climbed by nearly 40 % just in the past year alone. Auction houses and financial advisors

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The Chevrolet 327

The Chevrolet 327-cubic-inch V8 originated with the small-block family of engines that first appeared in 1955 with a 265 cubic inch powerplant. Following with a 283 cubic inch version that appeared in 1957, the mighty 327-inch small block made its

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