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Great Hiring News from GM!

By Steven S. Brooks Published: May 17, 2012

Why Four Wheels are Better than Three

By Steven Brooks Published: May 9, 2012

Yesterday's post of cars of the future from 1948 featured a rocket shape three-wheeler from California, the Davis. As with most radical designs, its promise was greater than its delivery and only seventeen were ever made.

Today's post features the Reliant Robin. A British vehicle which has the distinction of being the most highly produced three-wheeler in history. As you can see in the hilarious piece from Top Gear, it wasn't much better than the Davis!

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A View into the Cars of Tomorrow from 1948

By Steven S. Brooks Published: May 8, 2012

In today's world, the discussion is often whether cars will even exist in the future. If so, will they be powered by electricity, natural gas or even hydrogen? Well, things were more cut and dried in 1948. They were also more optimistic. Of course cars would be everywhere in future and surely they would look like spaceships! The people that made this cool film in 1948 would have definitely been disappointed in the boxy and inefficient creations Detroit was spewing out in the seventies and eighties.

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Dogs in Cars

By Steven Brooks Published: May 5, 2012

Can You See This?

By Steven S. Brooks Published: April 18, 2012

Great News About The Soap Box Derby!

By Steven S. Brooks Published: March 31, 2012

First Energy's announcement on Wednesday that it was coming as the title sponsor for the All-American Soap Box Derby is fantastic news for our entire community. With such a prominent title sponsor, the Derby has the ability to attract other sponsors and give it a real shot to returning to the national spotlight.

In its heyday, the All-American had participants from around the world and had extensive national media coverage. It was a weeklong community celebration with parades and festivals leading up to the actual championship races. Racers, their families and supporters went back to their home towns dazzled by the welcoming nature and vibrancy of our community.

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