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    Meadow Brook Concours 2009: Let there be light!
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    1906 Pungs Finch Limited - click above for a high res image gallery
    Clearly, if a car embodies human traits, its headlamps are the eyes. Over the past century every aspect of automotive design has changed and evolved, but in an odd way, lighting has come full circle. Before standarization took ...

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    Autoblog Podcast #139
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    Click above for the Autoblog Podcast in iTunes, RSS or listen now!
    As sure as the August heat is going to make that ice cream cone melt all over your hand, the Autoblog podcast keeps notching up new episodes. Chris, Sam, and Dan blocked out some time to sit in front of the microphones and chat ...

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    Meadowbrook 2009: Hood ornamentation, front and center!
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    1924 Hispano-Suiza H6B Coupe deVille hood ornament – Click above for high-res image gallery
    Once upon a time, one of the distinguishing features of all virtually automobiles – especially premium models – were their various forms of hood ornamentation. Those high-end models often ...

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    Meadow Brook Concours 2009: McLaren racers, 40 years later
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    1971 McLaren M8F Can-Am - click above for high-res image gallery
    These days, McLaren is mostly known for the silver and red Mercedes powered Formula One cars and the SLRs it has built for its German partner. However, founder Bruce McLaren started building his own race cars in 1964 and five years ...

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    Meadow Brook Concours 2009: 1967 Ferrari Dino 206 Competizione by Pininfarina
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    1967 Ferrari Dino 206 Competizione by Pininfarina - click above for high-res image gallery
    The name James Glickenhaus should be familiar to Autoblog readers. He is, of course, the gentlemen who commissioned the marvelous Enzo-derived Ferrari P4/5 several years ago. He's also the kind of wealthy ...

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