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United Auto Exchange

United Auto Exchange

United Auto Exchange, or UAX, is a used car dealership in Addison, Illinois and serving the entire Chicagoland area. In the business of buying, selling, and trading cars for 20 years, UAX can help you find a classic car, a used car, a foreign car, or a specialty vehicle. They can also guide your sale of a car, financing, and any trades. 

While UAX has been in business in Addison for just 20 years, the staff together offers more than 100 years of experience working with cars and car lovers. The UAX showroom draws people in from all over Chicago and it suburbs, while the online inventory brings in buyers from across the country. 

A Look Inside Jay Leno’s Garage

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Jay Leno is not only one of the most successful talk show hosts in the history of network television; he is also an avid car collector. He maintains a garage in Southern California housing over 200 fine collector cars and motorcycles. Leno has a passion for automobiles and does not simply house them as museum pieces; you can catch him tooling around the So Cal area in a different car, every day of the week.

1969 Nova SS 396

1969 Nova SS 396

1969 NovaEmerging from Chevy’s classic compact, the 1969 Nova SS 396 proved to be a potent muscle car without a flashy package. It may not have looked like much, but this classic from GM is one of the fastest cars from the classic muscle car era, thanks to clever engineering, a perfect weight ratio, and a powerful engine.

1970 Olds 442 W-30

1970 Olds 442 W-30

1970 Olds 442Considered by many to be the best that Oldsmobile put out, the 1970 Olds 442 W-30 is truly a classic muscle car. Not many think of Oldsmobile in terms of muscle cars; the high-end brand from General Motors was always more known for its large, luxury-oriented vehicles. The 442, however, was one of the finest muscle cars of the era.

10 of the Most Famous Cars in Movies

10 of the Most Famous Cars in Movies

What classic car enthusiast doesn’t love watching a movie with a wild, rip-roaring chase scene or a loud, growling drag race? What car aficionado doesn’t pay more attention to the car and its specs in a movie rather than the plot? Here we are going to pay homage to those movie-watching car lovers by taking a look at 10 of the Most Famous Cars in Movies.

10. 1972 Ford Gran Torino – Gran Torino (2008):

How to Ship a Classic Car

How to Ship a Classic Car

Auto TransportIf you want to appreciate human ingenuity you can never go wrong with a proper classic car. Such vehicles remind us of a time when things were built to last. They show us that beauty, utility and tenacity can all go together to create an actual piece of art.

Next Step Pro Sales

Next Step Pro Sales

DealershipThe owners of Next Step Pro Sales have created a unique type of company in Lakewood, Colorado. They specialize not just in buying and selling classic and vintage cars, but also RVs. You can get all your specialty vehicle business done here. 

Technically, Next Step is not a dealership, which also makes it unique. They offer marketing, advertising, and networking reach for people looking to sell their vehicles. Every transaction is a private sale between two people rather than through a dealership. The company does keep some inventory to sell to customers, and you can find those options in the “additional inventory” category.

The Longest-Running Classic and Collectible Cars

The Longest-Running Classic and Collectible Cars

'72 BeetleNew cars today just don’t seem to last. Production runs and product lifecycles aren’t what they used to be, with a few exceptions. Some collectible and classic cars have been around for decades and these are the brands and names that collectors love. A legacy is important to brand recognition, loyalty, and collectability.

'69 Ford Mustang

1972 Plymouth Duster

1972 Plymouth Duster

Oh, the 1970s. Some of us remember them fondly, while others see bad fashion choices looking back through the picture frame. As with anything, there were good moments and bad, highlights and less exciting moments. In the early 1970s, Plymouth was excited to add a little something exciting to one of its models. The Plymouth Duster made its appearance in 1970 as a compliment to the existing Plymouth Valiant. The Duster served as the performance version of the classic car, the Valiant.

So, What’s the Deal with Louvers?

So, What’s the Deal with Louvers?

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In the 1970s and 1980s, louvers were all the rage. Cars like the Datsun 260Z, Ford Mustang, and Honda Civic SI were popular choices to have louvers added to the rear windows. While matte black louvers added a tough look, they also served a functional purpose. They did not add to the aerodynamics of the car, but they did help keep the hatchbacks cooler in the sun.

Hot Sports Cars with Louvers