The National WWII Museum

  • Sep 1, 2018
  • story by David M. Brown

Vehicles that Served Those Who Served They hadn’t come here to fear. They hadn’t come to die. They had come to win. – Stephen Ambrose   Men served. Women served. Vehicles served them. Winning the war was willpower, heart and smarts, leadership and being in the right. But it was also the right technology: the […]

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Michael Furman: Cars and Cameras

  • Aug 1, 2018
  • story by David M. Brown
  • photos by Michael Furman

For Michael Furman, great cars are always moving, especially when standing still. Through his uniquely artful lens, a Bugatti and a Horch from the ’30s dramatically display their power and beauty, a ‘40s Delahaye models its voluptuous curves, a Cunningham bulges power and even a well-patinaed Austin-Healey offers a “Grace” that brings tears. The celebrated […]

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Land Rover: Supple Septuagenarian SUV

  • Jun 1, 2018
  • story by written by David M. Brown
  • photos by photos by Jaguar Land Rover

‘Together, we’ve broken world records, endured intense heat, bitter cold and traversed some of the world’s most awe-inspiring, remote landscapes. –Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes Land Rover is 70 this year – affirming, with youthful vigor, that “70 is the new 20.” Unveiled at the Amsterdam Motor Show April 30, 1948, as Land Rover Series I, […]

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Terry Larson – Jag Joy

  • May 1, 2018

“These cars are an important part of automotive history, and, as owners, we are their caretakers,” Terry Larson says. The Mesa, Arizona, resident knows how to take care of them, for sure –– in particular, Jaguars, the company co-founded by Sir William Lyons as a motorcycle sidecar business in 1920s England. For moving on five […]

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