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About the AuthorBrad Bowling has been writing about and photographing cars for magazines since 1985. He was a member of the board of directors of the Mustang Club of America and has been the editor of Mustang Times, associate editor of Mustang Illustrated, editor of Old Cars Weekly News & Marketplace, director of website development for Charlotte Motor Speedway, and editor of Cars & Parts. Bowling served on Saleen Autosport's public relations staff in the late 1980s. He is also the author of 14 auto-related books.
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Engine: 2.0-liter DOHC four-cylinder, 164 horsepower, six-speed manual Features: A/C, Bluetooth/MP3 Ownership history: bought new April 14, 2012
Engine: 4.7-liter V-8, 235 horsepower, five-speed automatic Features: four-wheel drive, towing package, short bed Ownership history: bought with 45,000 miles in November 2011, traded in April 2012 with 50,000 miles In November 2011, I needed a reliable 4×4 truck because I was moving to Indiana at the start of winter to take a new job. [...]
This is Nemo, our Jack Russell terrier/beagle. Her name comes from the fact that she was a stray our friend Richard found tied to a fence at his church. “Nemo” means “no name” in Latin.
I drove to Raleigh yesterday to photograph a 1986 Mustang GT for the new Fox Mustang Magazine. The owner, Jeff Keisner, of Comdon Autosport, was very easy to work with. He let me have the 21,000-mile hatchback and sales guy Greg Romano for the afternoon. We found an unfinished stretch of road that was closed [...]
I went out to the speedway today to check in on the AutoFair display vehicles – many of which I’ve been writing about for several weeks. My favorite of the batch this time is the Flatmobile, which you may read about on this page.
Here is what I did yesterday for Charlotte Motor Speedway. The photos will make more sense if you first read my press release about the bulletproof car display for the Food Lion AutoFair on this page. My Canon 7D has a great video function built in. I used it and my 200mm lens with 1.4:1 [...]