The driver of a car hauler truck had just about the worst day you can imagine on Wednesday. While traveling northbound on Telegraph Rd. in Southfield, MI near Detroit, the Precision Motor Transport truck carrying several new MINIs and at least one BMW struck an overhead sign at the I-696 overpass. A few of the vehicles were… Read More MAXI troubles for a MINI transport driver
“Worst Mustang ever made.” “Lets all pitch in, buy it, and drive it off a cliff.” These were among the comments CPCS members left on a post about a’74 Mustang II that was for sale recently. I often feel compelled to provide insight and perspective in regard to these cars, and with this piece I hope… Read More The Ford Mustang II: Misstep or Misunderstood?
“Crazy traffic at the emissions testing place. Why is that?” That was the question being asked of CPCS members on May 31st. Wait times were reported varying from twenty minutes to over tow hours depending on location. In addition to it being the last day of the month (which typically draws a much larger number… Read More Frustration Grows With Long Lines At Emissions Testing Facility