If you're one of my readers who owns a hot rod, a vintage muscle car, or some kind of "weekend vehicle" like a Corvette, Porsche, Harley-Davidson or SRT8 Challenger, you'll immediately relate to the story I'm about to share.
But even if you're not a "car person," you'll still like it.
As long as you're interested in making money.
So here's how I'll start my story.
Auto hobbyists refer to themselves in a whole bunch of different ways: They're car nuts, auto buffs, vehicle aficionados, bikers, gearheads or motorheads.
Call them what you want... but one thing is true.
In their world, there are only two categories of vehicles.
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