It has been an insane and long week over here on the editing/writing/publishing side of the DT world as we celebrated DT’s 4th Birthday. 100 years of cars in a single week was an ambitious goal, but we found some interesting stuff along the way and learned a thing or two. On Monday we covered 1917 through 1936, Tuesday we ventured into the fabulous future of the 1940s and 1950s, Wednesday we just hit the 1960s muscle and 1970s junk, Thursday was a day to celebrate the automotive renaissance of the 1980s/1990s and Friday was a look at the past few years of fabulous automobiles to leave the factories around the globe.
Here is a quick recap in case you missing anything.
Thanks & Shout-outs: First, I’ve got to think Kaibeezy for the awesome set of badges/graphics for the birthday, we will have a post about this later this week. Next, CFlo wrote a dozen or so and edited everything else – as always, his editing is superb and needed. Regular contributor Gianni wrote a bunch, same with Andy Liss. New writer Adam wrote some good stuff, Al covered the 70s in style, and Matt stepped up wrote about 25 features, it was great, fantastic stuff! Final thanks to all writers/readers/contributors for being a part of this crazy site for the past 4 years.