Day: November 4, 2021

Check Out Joe Rogan’s 1969 Camaro

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This pony is a beast!

Lately there’s been a lot of talk about Joe Rogan and horses, which I don’t really understand. Maybe it’s that everyone’s excited about this beastly pony car of his, a 1969 Chevy Camaro built by Roadster Shop. If that’s what all the hubbub is about, I get it, because there’s plenty to be excited about with this restomod muscle car.

Check out Joe Rogan’s car collection here.

First and foremost, the Roadster Shop went big with this build by throwing in an LSA V8 built by Wegner Automotive. With 860-horsepower on tap, this powerplant really moves the ’69 Camaro in wicked ways.

Among the many styling changes is a unique front fascia, thanks in part to the tucked and smoothed bumper, a custom piece which showcases modern lines on the classic muscle car. Below that is a

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Automotive marketplaces face radical transformation, E-commerce explodes, new report shows

Published: Nov. 3, 2021 at 8:15 AM MDT|Updated: 13 hours ago

ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, Fla., Nov. 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Automotive marketplaces are on a wild ride. All of the “coming soon” trends have arrived — cars sold through e-commerce, auto manufacturers retailing cars directly online, auto classified sites adding transactions, and more — with billions of dollars of investment driving them forward.

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The AIM Group’s 2021 Automotive Marketplaces Annual provides a deep dive into the fast-changing worlds of car dealers, automotive e-commerce, integrated financing, used-car sourcing, and the auto marketplaces like, Carsales and The report covers more than 150 companies, with case studies, charts, graphics and analysis.

“The pandemic compressed 10 years of evolution into nine months of breakneck innovation,” said Peter M. Zollman, AIM Group founding principal. “Automotive classified sites have to move quickly into transactions. If they don’t, they’ll be

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