Posted on 08 February 2014
Since the day’s of knighthood men have been taking metal, heating it, hammering it and forming it through various methods to achieve a final product of beauty in form and function. European craftsmen, many of whom had the art of metal shaping handed down through family and apprenticeships, began applying the art to building auto [...] Continue Reading...
Posted on 02 February 2014
by Bob and Connie Schmitt Cavallino Classic Competition PBIR Historics We went to Palm Beach International Raceway expecting to see Ferraris at the Cavallino track day, but were pleasantly surprised to also find the Cavallino Classic Competition Historics featuring drum & disc Ferrari & Maserati, and pre-war race cars. This was a great day to [...] Continue Reading...
Dwight Knowlton has recieved a shipment of his book! To get your copy, please click on any of the following photos. Below is a thank you note and an update from Dwight. Thank you. I just wanted to take a minute and say “Thank you” for your patience. While I would like very much to pause [...] [...more]
by Andrew T. Maness of This Nice Life Like many automotive enthusiasts I’d been anticipating the release of Rush for quite some time. When I finally went to see it last week I promised myself that I’d turn off the filmmaker side of my brain and simply enjoy the ride. Obviously that’s easier said than [...] [...more]
by Franque Amundsen What creates a successful business person? Is it their attitude? Is it how many hours they spend on a project? Is it their personal lives that keep them in order? Do they have a stronger definition of “hard work?” Is it the passion for the business that helps propel them into situations [...] [...more]