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Buying an old car in Canada. Here is what can go wrong
A few months ago, I teased the fact that I wanted to buy a car, since I wanted to drive. Canada is the second biggest country in the world, with some of the longest roads and the most diverse terrain. … Continue reading
When your car is calling to be driven
Sure, just a picture, but I am really proud of it. Also, a bit depressing, as it turns out my phone takes better pictures than my actual camera. Two Alpine A310, a sunset, what else are you waiting for?
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Alpine America: Keeping the flame alive
There is something about classic cars. Thinking of it objectively, they are just hunks of metal, through which fluids flow, combustion happens and they move. When you think about it, they have more in common with a lawn mower than … Continue reading
The case for Automobile Association membership – Part II
Travel is all about time and space. The West and the Prairies have nice defined borders, and mostly two lane highways. Ontario is another story. It is a very wide province and although there are passing lanes, the Trans-Canada highway … Continue reading
The electric car enthusiast, are they different?
We all know the classic car enthusiast. Loves his/her vehicles, goes to car meets, spends most of the day on forums looking up trivial data on their vehicle and their next vehicle, wears all sorts of car branded clothing, does … Continue reading
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