Articles by Chris Edwards

Chris Edwards

Chris Edwards has loved everything cars since he was rocking Pampers and a pacifier.  In his formative years, Chris spent much of his time soaking up one car magazine to the next ranging from Car & Driver to Truckin.  Since college, Chris has written a number of automotive articles.  His primary goal has been to entertain the reader while providing richly informative and accurate pieces.  As a product of the 90’s, many of Chris’s favorite cars are from this decade, although he appreciates all automotive eras.

Dream Cars: Ferrari F50, Hummer H1, Dodge Viper GTS (First gen), Toyota Supra Turbo & 1970 Boss 302

Cruisin’ through Classics: 2024 Scottsdale Barrett-Jackson Highlights

In the heart of Scottsdale, car enthusiasts from around the globe gathered at Westworld for the highly anticipated nine-day 2024 Barrett-Jackson Auto Auction. The atmosphere was charged with excitement as some of the rarest, most sought-after and expensive collectors cars went under the hammer.  This annual extravaganza is a mecca for collectors and gearheads alike.   A Brief History ...
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15 Cool High-Tech Features on New Cars

New cars have gotten expensive… really expensive. Even the sensible base Honda Accord has a $25,470 starting MSRP, making it relatively unaffordable for many younger buyers. That being said, newer cars offer excellent passenger and pedestrian safety, they’re economical and reliable, but perhaps best of all, they’re usually full of amazing technology that was thought impossible in the not ...
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Porsche 911 GT3 RS Review: Little to Complain About

The other day, while working on a review of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS, a couple of little guys came by the driveway and stared at it. After a time, the kids started running around yelling “VROOM! VROOM!” Do you want to know something? That pair of kids pretty much spelled out what the mystique of the 911 GT3 RS is: it’s about fun, performance, and hugely great engine sounds.   GT3’s ...
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Why You Need an Aston Martin DBS Superleggera

The first time you drive the DBS Superleggera it takes you by surprise.  You expect it to be good, the DB11 has something of the feel of a well-tailored suit.  The DBS is like finding out the suit is being worn by a heavyweight boxer.  Use the 12 cylinders to their full potential and gearing up through the transmission with the wheel mounted paddles results in a crescendo of noise.  And ...
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Small But Deadly: Mazda Miata MX-5 RF

It is said that all good things come in small packages. The Mazda Miata MX5 is no exception. The tiny roadster has been the center of attention of the automobile world for many years. The car has created a legacy of its own over the years and remains one of Mazda’s most successful projects to date. There is a good reason why every motorhead knows about the Mazda Miata and despite its compact ...
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The 10 Most Exciting Cars Arriving in 2018

Looking in retrospective, 2017 turned out to be a great year for automotive fans. In the short span of 365 days we got to see some truly incredible machinery in the form of McLaren’s Senna, Ferrari’s 812 SuperFast, Lamborghini’s Huracan Performante, and let’s not forget the all-American Ford GT. Although topping that list seems almost impossible, 2018 promises to be even more exhilarating. ...
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50 Car-Related Baby Names

In this follow-up post to our List of the Top 125 Car-Related Baby Names you'll see an additional 50 baby names derived from car makes or models. If you’re a car guy or gal who is expecting a child, then odds are you’ve entertained the idea of naming your baby with a car related name. This is not at all uncommon. If you’re serious about it, then you’re in luck because we’ve compiled a ...
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10 Essentials to Have in Your Car

Taking a few minutes to assess the contents of your car to be sure that it is equipped with the most practical and necessary items, can save you time and frustration in the future, as well as help to assure your well-being, on your short and long distance journeys. Some drivers have been thankful for their advanced planning when they have been stranded in an isolated location, and others have ...
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Top 7 Redneck Motorsports

It’s good to be a “redneck” these days. Hillbillies haven’t been this popular since the early 1980s when “The Dukes of Hazard” made a fool out of Boss Hogg with their 1969 custom Dodge Charger, “The General Lee.” The term “redneck” describes a rural American culture, and those who embody the culture are proud of the redneck label. From Kenny Powers, to those bearded duck guys on “Duck ...
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Bitcoins: Risks, Rewards and Luxury Car Purchases

  Bitcoins: Risks, Rewards and Luxury Car Purchases In December, it was reported that Orange County Lamborghini dealership had sold its first ever Tesla Model S Performance using bitcoins. The press was full of celebratory headlines about the ascent of this digital currency and Lamborghini had a field day with the free PR. Soon, many companies scrambled onto the bandwagon and at ...
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