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Many auto shoppers in the early stages of their searches likely surrender to a few dreamy thoughts, whether ogling ultra-luxury sedans with pop up wine trays and bullet proof glass or drooling over late model sports cars capable of 0-60 mph in three seconds.

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Much like Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys, Bernie Ecclestone and Formula One are virtually inseparable. Bernie and Jerry also have something else in common. Critics can point to some of their actions that were successful in expanding their sports empires while pointing to blunders that fa…

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Q. My soon-to-be-80-year-old mom is a lifelong convertible driver. She currently drives a 2005 Chrysler Sebring Convertible with 64,000 miles on it. Over the years, the car seems to have gotten lower to the ground, and she's having difficulty getting into and out of it. For her birthday, I w…

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Going small is big these days. Just scroll through all the tiny-house shows on cable and you'll see how popular minimalism is. It's also popular for trailers. Pulling up to a parking spot and having a comfortable, enclosed bed to sleep in is ideal for lots of travelers — especially if they'r…

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Mike Sudzina recently acquired a 1964 Pontiac Bonneville convertible because it was a part of his growing up. "I had a '65 Bonneville when I was a kid," the Daniel Island auto enthusiast said at Magnolia Plantation during the final stop July 14 of Collector Car Appreciation Day.

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Generations of motorists have taking to the highway for after-school's-out vacations, from baby boomers off with their parents to "Look for America" and grown up to ferry their youngsters over hills and dales. Why do you think Wally World from National Lampoon's Vacation movies was so timeless?

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BEIJING — BMW Group and the biggest Chinese SUV brand, Great Wall Motor, announced a partnership Tuesday to produce electric MINI vehicles in China as global automakers ramp up development under pressure from Beijing.

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Tin Manton nudged the throttle and smoothly piloted the new 17-foot, 9 inch Zodiac Open 5.5 rigid inflatable boat into Charleston Harbor, explaining its seaworthy features as wife Jodi enjoyed the ride from a seat in the stern. The East Coast regional sales manager allowed a guest to take th…

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It took eight months to hammer out the logistics, but Rick Hendrick and Anders Gustafsson met each other for the first time June 18 at a party for the grand opening of Hendrick Volvo Cars of Charleston, the nearest dealership to Volvo's $500 million-plus automotive assembly plant in Ridgeville.