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Author: Justin Banner of Carbage Online

Justin Banner started as a freelance journalist covering Formula Drift in 2007 and continues to expand his role as owner of Carbage Online. Justin’s passion for motorsports is unrivaled and if it uses propulsion and wheels, he’s into it. He writes and creates content for a variety of organizations and especially in the technical side.

The SEMA Show 2020 – No, It Is Not Happening

Just over 42 hours after our in-depth article on the 2020 SEMA Show, it has been officially canceled. Here is what SEMA had to say today.

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The 2020 SEMA Show – Is It Happening?

Rumors are swirling about the 2020 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. I speak with industry leaders, the LVCVA, and SEMA’s VP of Events to some answers and insights.

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2021 Ford Bronco Slated for Saleen Treatment

Saleen Automotive and Steve Saleen are usually known for their pavement pounders, but the 2021 Ford Bronco gets them into the dirt with a Big Oly theme.

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The 2021 Ford Bronco Revealed

It’s finally here, the long wait for a proper Jeep Wrangler competitor is over with the 2021 Ford Bronco.

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2021 Jeep Gladiator Gets the EcoDiesel 3.0

Just because all the hype’s coming out for the 2021 Ford Bronco doesn’t mean Jeep is resting on it laurels. The 2021 Gladiator is getting an EcoDiesel 3.0.

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The Chevrolet Sonic Dies in 2020 but the Bolt Will Live

One of the darlings of the restructured GM, the Chevrolet Sonic will end production in October 2020. However, the Bolt EV and 2021 Bolt EUV will live on.

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2021 Ford Bronco to get Disney Multimedia Debut

Ford has decided to give the 2021 Ford Bronco some star treatment for its debut thanks to Disney and their Disney CreativeWorks agency on July 13, 2020.

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The 2021 Ford F-150: Nothing Too Drastic

Before the reveal of the 2021 Ford Bronco, FoMoCo showed the world what’s in store for the new F-150 and it’s nothing drastic. That might be a good thing.

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Petersen Automotive Museum to Reopen June 19, 2020

Under the guidelines of the CDC, California, and Los Angeles County, the Petersen Automotive Museum reopens to the public in June 19, 2020.

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Mach Speed – The Mustang Mach 1 Returns in 2021

We look at the Cobra as the pinnacle of the Ford Mustang, but the original top performer was the Mach 1 and after sixteen years it finally returns.

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