Automotive

Trophy Automotive Dealer Group Announces the Launch of Fab Cars, An E-Commerce Platform For Selling and Buying Used Cars

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Trophy Automotive Dealer Group, one of the largest automotive dealer groups in California, has launched an e-commerce platform for buying and selling used cars through the mobile application “Fabcars – Buy and Sell Cars” and online http://fabcars.com. The company also has launched its first location to engage with customers for pick up, test drive and delivery at the city of Carson, California. Fab Cars which stands for Flexible, Affordable and Better or even Fabulous will provide a new and fabulous car experience to customers and an incredible experience with the customer, to be announced very soon.Fab Cars is a new mobile app available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store that will allow customers to browse, buy and sell used cars directly through their mobile phone.By downloading the Fab Cars app, users will enter a digital

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Woman wins free car from Antonelli’s Advanced Automotive

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) – On Thursday, a woman claimed her free car that she won from Antonelli’s Advanced Automotive giveaway.

During the giveaway contest, people will write 150 words or less that explain why a particular person deserves or needs a vehicle.

The woman who won the car is a mom raising three kids, is a nurse and works in-home health care. She received her keys for her Chevrolet Classic at noon.

The company had all services done to the car, and she got complimentary oil changes for two years.

“You know we help people by fixing their cars but this is a little different where you can actually make a difference in somebody’s life, really change their direction. Or like I mentioned before where you can give them a gift that really gives to ten or fifteen people that they’re helping. You can help them, help those people

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Automotive ad legends Fitzpatrick and Kaufman “were not mere mortals”

It’s been said you should never meet your heroes because they’ll never live up to your expectations. Rob Keil didn’t find that to be true. Instead, he learned that sometimes your heroes turn out to be bigger, better, and more fascinating than you ever imagined. Book-worthy, even.



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“Fitz and Van are legends, the best of the best,” says Keil, author of the newly released, 200-page retrospective Art Fitzpatrick & Van Kaufman: Masters of the Art of Automobile Advertising, published by Advection Media. “You don’t have to love cars to love their work. A lot of people know their ads without knowing who they were.”

Keil used to be one of those people. He was only 10 the first time he saw one of the duo’s Pontiac illustrations while flipping through the pages of his dad’s old National Geographic magazines. Keil immediately fell in love

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James Bond car exhibit coming to L.A.’s Petersen Automotive Museum

The Petersen Automotive Museum was already a must-see for any car enthusiast visiting Los Angeles, and it’s about to get a little better should you also be a James Bond fan. Opening Sept. 25 in the museum’s appropriately named Grand Salon gallery will be the “Bond in Motion” exhibit of more than 30 cars, motorcycles, boats, submarines, helicopters and scale models used during the creation of the 24 official James Bond films. The timing corresponds with the Oct. 8 release of “No Time to Die,” the upcoming 60th anniversary of the first Bond movie … and hey, the release of our “All 24 James Bond movies ranked only by their cars.”

Highlights include many of the most famous Bond cars, including a 1977 Lotus Esprit S1 in submarine guise from “The Spy Who Loved Me,” an Aston Martin V8 from “The Living

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