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As BoldRide’s managing editor, George Kennedy helps bring forth his voice and perspective of the automotive landscape. Before joining the BR team, George was the senior writer at WheelsTV and was a feature writer for Hemmings Classic Wheels. He is also an associate editor at Autoblog and is a featured contributor for the Boston Globe.

This Car Could Become the World’s Most Expensive Ferrari

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When it comes to rare classic cars, it seems like the ante is constantly being upped. Just when you think a Ferrari 250 GT Lusso or an Aston Martin DB4 set some record, another car shows up and the well-heeled collectors are there to put up top dollar for such rare vehicles.

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Chevy SS Getting 6-Speed Manual, Magnetic Ride Control for 2015

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Much of the motoring world has been waiting to drive the all-new Chevrolet SS. With Australian supercar roots and the beating heart of an LS3 V8, what’s not to love? Well for any potential haters out there, Chevrolet is making a few updates to the 2015 SS, and it sure is upping the ante. Continue Reading »

Restored Iconic Land Rover Celebrated at UK Style Event

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There are few 4×4 vehicles that car enthusiasts revere more than a Land Rover. It has all the trappings of classic British charm, mixed with heaps of off-road credibility and a long history of service the world over. Perhaps that is why some of the UK’s preeminent customizers took to restoring one. Continue Reading »

The Airstream vs. The VW Campervan: The Ultimate Camper?


The Airstream and the VW Campervan — the two are icons of American motoring, but for their own unique reasons. The VW Campervan was the preferred method of transit during the height of “Free Love” – if you couldn’t fit your few into a Beetle. Meanwhile, the Airstream camper trailer fit more with the hyper-sterile image of the 1950s image motoring culture. Together, they helped the masses explore our great nation. Continue Reading »

Volkswagen Considering Acquisition of Part of Fiat-Chrysler?

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They are some of the largest car companies in the world, with many brands that have storied histories and some that compete directly with one another, but one massive auto conglomerate would like to eat another conglomerate whole. Continue Reading »

SUV, Crossover Sales Surpass Sedans in U.S. for the First Time Ever


This was bound to happen. With the explosion of the crossover market, it was only a matter of time before the soft-roading, jacked up wagon that we call the crossover would overtake the sedan as the top-selling vehicle class in America. Continue Reading »

Child Parks Go-Kart Like a Boss [video]


If you are into cars and own a vehicle with a handbrake, then at some point, you’ve probably contemplated a little stunt driving maneuvers. From pulling a 180 to pulling up on a “J-turn” (reverse E-brake turn), these all seem possible if given enough time and an empty parking lot. Well, this kid has you beat, and he doesn’t even need an E-brake. Continue Reading »

Hackers Being Offered $10,000 to Hack a Tesla Model S

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With the advent of in-car computing and connectivity, one big concern being voiced is the possibility of hackers accessing your car. Many automakers have their own standards for encryption compliance, but a security company is stepping things up by rewarding hackers for attempting to hack the Model S. Continue Reading »

Ford Eyeing a Return to 24 Hours of Le Mans

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When you think of the Ford GT40, you may instantly think of the golden era of racing at Le Mans. But when you think of Le Mans, you might not instantly think of Ford. While Ford’s mid-engined monster dominated Le Mans 1966 to 1969, the Blue Oval brand did not have much of a presence at the French track (save for some Shelby Mustangs and late-model Ford GTs). Continue Reading »

Small, Rare Power: The MGB GT V8


For years, people have lusted over the idea of a small British car with V8 power. You have the obvious Shelby Cobra, but also cars like the Sunbeam Alpine and various TVRs. But have you ever heard of a V8-powered MG?  Continue Reading »