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Paul Lambert Freelance Writer

Paul Lambert is an independent writer who grew up during a time in Southern California car culture when big horsepower and high speed were celebrated above all. He now understands that turning, stopping, appearance and comfort are equal in importance...almost! Paul tries to find something likeable and interesting about anything with wheels and thinks that the people, history, and culture of hot rodding are often as important to the story as the cars and events being featured.


No Leprechauns were harmed however many pots o’ gold went into the machines on display at the annual Southern Nevada Sons of Erin St. Patrick’s Day Celebration and Car Show!

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Henderson Nevada’s annual Super Run signals the end of Summer and the re-emergence of super hot cars and trucks. Check out the huge gallery inside and make your plans to attend next year!

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Attend almost any big automotive event and chances are you’ll find a burnout contest somewhere in the festivities. These competitions have become a guilty pleasure for lots of fans. So, let it rip!

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“Don’t Mess with Texas” is the celebrated bumper sticker slogan that most of us have seen. Apparently this meme the gospel truth if you want to sell cars there without dealerships getting their cut!

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The El Camino and Ranchero are favorites of of enthusiasts everywhere. Is it time for the auto industry to bring back a performance “coupe utility vehicle” for a new generation?

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If there is timeless beauty, there must be everlasting ugly! Have some fun picking your top five ugly cars from the Big Three.

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Sometimes you get a second chance at having something treasured come back to you. For Zach Davis, it was his late fathers cherished 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Convertible.

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Transforming an ancient utility vehicle into a modern street performer is no easy task. But with a bit of skill and the right parts, your dream pick-up truck can easily become reality. Check out just how easy it is to update that outdated front suspension with TCI Engineerings custom IFS.

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Someone is going to take this beautiful 426 Hemi-powered 1966 Dodge Coronet 500 to a new home…could it be you?

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If it’s true that sex sells then this sexy 1967 Mustang Fastback won’t be sitting on the lot for very long.

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Automotive beauty and speed are in full bloom at this annual celebration of all things Mopar. Come check inside and see the cars, the racing, the swap meet and the beauty of the annual MATS car show weekend.

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Which would you rather have? 7.81 e.t. @ over 187 mph performance in the quarter-mile or a high-dollar paint job? The only thing flashy about Russ Delia Jr.’s 1968 Camaro SS are its numbers. Built to perform, this SS packs some serious punch – check it out here!

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Mesquite Motormania 2013 gives visitors everything they expect in a monster-sized car event and provides a great destination for car enthusiasts over the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend!

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With their new AutoCrossYear-End Finals Championship, Goodguys Rod and Custom Association once again offers exciting ways for their fans to participate and enjoy their events nationwide. If you’ve ever thought about getting out on a track and testing your skills – now’s your chance!

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Here’s your chance to join hundreds of other fans and display your inner “Bandit”, “Snowman”, “Frog” or “Sheriff Buford T. Justice.” So get your ears on, use your most colorful vocabulary with your best southern twang and prepare to outwit “Smokey!”

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The Fiesta Party Weekend Car & Bike Show was a great way to welcome the 2013 season of automotive events. Whether you a fan of the low-down cruiser, the traditional hot rod or anything else in between, You were sure to find something to make you smile!

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