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By Autosaurus Published: August 18, 2010

Just found out from a friend who's on one of the Glenmoor Gathering committees that this year's show field will be loaded with more great cars you never see in northeast Ohio.  He said there will be at least eight Duesenbergs (they aren't German; they're American) plus a group of cars designed by an Italian auto designer named Bizzarrini, who also worked at Ferrari.  There will be another great group of motorcycles this year called €œItalian Super Bikes,€ which will include bikes by MV Agusta, Ducati, Laverda and Benelli.   The feature is €œHistoric Motorcars of Cleveland€ and, believe me, I had no idea how many cars were built in Cleveland.  The rarest one is an all-original  1932 Peerless 16-cylinder sedan that is one-of-a-kind.  I added photos of two of the cars I know will be there€”a 1929 Duesenberg phaeton and a 1968 Bizzarrini Spyder S. I. Targa .  Show date is Sunday, Sept. 19 but there is other stuff happening on Friday and Saturday.

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What would Tiger drive?

By Steven S. Brooks Published: August 6, 2010

I'm not talking about when he tees off on the golf course. Most everyone knows that Government Motors did not renew Tiger Woods' longstanding role as the face for its Buick division at the end of last year. I never really could picture him in a Rendezvous anyway. Also, after "the incident" last year, we can probably be assured that there's bad karma for him surrounding Cadillac Escalades.

We all know that the golf pros in town for the Bridgestone Invitational generally drive themselves in new loaner cars. My question to you is: what make and model of car do you think Tiger has chosen? If you really want to get creative, I'd love to hear why you think he chose that model. I have my idea which I will share after I have read some of your comments.

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