Jeep | August 22 2016

Ohio man restores Jeepster bought as a teen

Ed Masuga's restored 1948 Jeepster

Do you have the patience to take apart, restore and clean nearly every piece and component of a car? If you’re a machinist, a machinist like Ed Masuga of suburban Akron, Ohio, you do. As a teenager in 1950, Ed Masuga (right), now 83, bought a used 1948 Jeepster from his brother-in-law, Dan. As his
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Jeep,Manufacturing,Our People | August 08 2016

Off the Line: Joe Nudi

With his trademark bald head and big smile, Joe Nudi may be a familiar face to family, friends and coworkers, but recently his face appeared on the national stage — perhaps one of the biggest stages in the United States: the Democratic National Convention (DNC). A third-generation auto worker, Joe’s story aired in a video
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Mopar | August 07 2016

Mopar Top Eliminator: Love At First Sight

Mopar Product Planning Manager Robert Duronino hands the Top Eliminator trophy to Theresa Newbauer at the Carlisle Chrysler Nationals.

Many people find love on New Year’s Eve. In the waning hours of 2008, Florida Keys resident Theresa Newbauer found her love – the Dodge Challenger SRT. “I had a friend who bought a brand new Challenger SRT,” Newbauer recalls. “It was black. I saw it on New Year’s Eve and I’ve been in love
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