This year’s tax deduction for business mileage is going up to 40.5 cents, according to Runzheimer International. The Wisconsin-based consultants say the new rate, effective on January 1, is a 3-cent increase from last year’s rate of 37.5 cents. The consulting firm recommends the yearly writeoff to the Internal Revenue Service based on operation costs. Ted Schuerman, Director of Research & Client Service within Government Services at Runzheimer International, says that, “although fuel costs spiked to their highest point of Read More
A Motorcycle Journey on the edge of the Pacific while experiencing Californias lifestyle to its fullest!
The Inaugural Quail Spring Rally:
Four days and nights of visual delight and personal indulgence to celebrate the springs mild awakening along the California coastline with some of the finest motorcycles in the world. This inaugural Rally will leave its participants with a memorable experience and the satisfaction of having supported a good cause.
Accommodations at The Peninsula Beverly Hills, Read More
DETROIT — Ford Motor Co. on Friday named the engineer who oversaw development of its 2005 Mustang sports car as head of advanced product creation. He will replace Chris Theodore, who retires Dec. 1.
Hau Thai-Tang, who will start his new job Dec. 1, also will head the Special Vehicle Team (SVT). He led the development and launch of the 2001 Mustang GT, Mustang Cobra and Bullitt Mustang GT models, Ford said in a statement.
Theodore, vice president Read More
The Saks’ “The Gift” 2004 holiday catalogue features the sexy 2006 Mercedes-Benz CLS500 “four-door coupe,” a European Delivery Rally Tour (pick the car up in Germany at the factory and cruise around Europe…the car will later be shipped to the winning bidder’s home), and a trunk full of luxury travel items that include brands such as Louis Vuitton, Jimmy Choo, and Michelle Watches.
This holiday package will be auctioned through Saks’ “The Gift” 2004 holiday catalogue beginning on November Read More
The 21-C scenery of the Olympic Stadium of Sevilla has welcomed the start of the 6th,Tour de España. During their tour, the cars could also visit the oldest Spanish bullring in Ronda. They could also, among others, admire the skills of the Spanish architects who rebuilt the new Alvaro Domecq Romero property as original, but with a hint of modernity…
The start was given on 15 October from the Stadium. An enthusiastic beginning with experienced drivers offering rookie-style first Read More
The Car Guy Tour was founded in 1998 as a way for enthusiasts to get up-close and hands-on with the Italian Automotive Design, Manufacturing and Restoration industries.
I hope you will plan to join me March 20th – 30th for perhaps the most fun you’re going to have in your whole life! Maserati enthusiasts will be treated to some very special moments.
The “Car Guy Tour” is so much fun that some people have taken the tour two and three Read More
A dramatic fire at the Ferrari-Maserati dealership Munsterhuis in Holland, saw nearly fifty rare and valuable exotic sportscars literally going up on smoke.
Sunday afternoon saw the prestige dealership, which also includes Jeep and Konigsegg franchises, suffer a fire which quickly took grip.
Fifty six cars out of the total stock of sixty were burnt to a cinder. The majority of them, forty seven in all, were exotic sportscars. Twenty seven Ferraris were destroyed.
Current models destroyed include the 360 Read More
Exceptional Motor Cars & Automobilia
Tuesday, 7 December 2004 at 6pm
London Christies International Motor Cars is pleased to announce the final sale of 2004 which will take place in the Jack Barclay Showroom, London, on 7 December and will offer a selection of evocative and magical items from the Golden Age of motoring. Leading the sale are two outstanding lots. The Robert Fellowes Photographic Archive, which includes more than 1750 negatives of pre-war Grand Prix footage, is a unique Read More
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (November 2004) – The Hagerty Fund for Historic Vehicle Preservation and Education has awarded a $30,000 grant to the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles to jump-start its Free School Bus Program. An integral part of the Museum’s ongoing endeavor to build community by being an educational resource, the Free School Bus Program provides transportation for students grades K-12 at no cost to participating schools.
The three-year grant period, which begins in January 2005, will enable the Read More
Congratulations to the Volvo XC90 for being voted the overall winner at Mudfest 2004. This is the third consecutive year that the Volvo XC90 has been voted the overall winner.
The Kia Sorento was voted Best Value for Mudfest 2004.
Category winners are:
Under $25,000: Hyundai Tucson
$25,001 to $35,000: Subaru Outback VDC
$35,001 to $45,000: Jeep Grand Cherokee
Over $45,000: Volvo XC90