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David Traver Adolphus
Works at Redeye Media
Attended Burlington College
Lives in Vermont
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Righteous, even if I did write the copy.
1970 Ford Mustang Mach 1 Twister Special 428 SCJ, 4-Speed, Drag Pack presented as lot S90.1 at Kansas City, MO
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A little confusing and a lot of wonderful. I can't wait for year two.
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Willow Springs is a dick to Audis.
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That's awesome. Like a dancing bear. I mean, like if a grizzly bear could dance, not a zoo bear. Guy looks like Zeus or something. He needs to be comped season tickets.
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Hard to tell if the front end started to lift first and that caused the failure; or if the chassis failure came first and caused the lift.

Anything is bumpy at those speeds/
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It's just so Gumball-Seventies I couldn't resist.
With fat fenders and big tires, a König Ferrari 308 GTB conversion gives it the attitude it never had
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Guess which one isn't available with three pedals?
For $30,000, you can have your pick of sweet RWD sports coupes from America, Japan or Germany
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How could the guy at 1:30 pass up "Gettin' Jiggy Wit' It?" 
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That is one high budget Audi commercial.
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I was wondering if you got the gig. Was that flyover intentional, or unfortunate coincidence?
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I can't tell if this is a really boring parody; or an actual terrible movie. I'm leaning towards parody.
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Did you see that bear? It almost ate you.
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Education
  • Burlington College
  • SUNY New Paltz
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Gender
Male
Other names
David Adolphus, DBGB
Story
Tagline
I am a partially hairless bipedal mammal.
Introduction
At some point I stopped with all the construction work and children's theater and hoboing around the rails and started writing about and photographing cars. I did that professionally for some time.

I still do that as the owner of Redeye Media. I consult about old car matters and write about cars. 

Such fun! You should hire me.

Contact me on Google Voice at 786 APE RIOT.
Bragging rights
Founder of The Road Home nonprofit. Moped rider.
Work
Occupation
Writer, photographer, old-car consultant
Skills
Writing, collector cars, photography, thinking
Employment
  • Redeye Media
    Writer, consultant, 2011 - present
  • Northshire Bookstore
  • Fleet Bank
  • Vermont Pub & Brewery
  • Burlington College
  • NERRC
  • Trinity College
  • Pak-Wik Corporation
  • Amrican Pond and Watergarden Company
  • RedEye Photography
  • Cipperley's Lumber Products
  • Bennington Marionettes
  • Castle Bridge Players
  • Maragarita's
  • Bassett Wild Animal Farm
  • Phil's Pet Center
  • The Costumer
  • Miller's Market
  • Hemmings Motor News
    Associate Editor, 2005 - 2013
    Features writer and photographer across four automotive titles.
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Currently
Vermont
Previously
Poestenkill - New York - Massachusetts
As the only game in town, Enterprise could easily have sunk to the level of, say, the local Price Chopper and employ only the most surly and inefficient bottom feeders they could find. Instead, they are uniformly polite, friendly and efficient, despite being flat-out busy much of the time. My only possible complaint is their location seems inadequate for the business they do--while it's undoubtedly a central, high traffic area, there often isn't room for either the people or cars they handle. Regardless, they are always a pleasure to work with, accommodating of schedule changes (and on the lookout for my interests with good deals) and a genuine pleasure to work with. I'm grateful for them every time.
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Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Paulson is the sort of old time, friendly local sawmill that's extinct in most places. For service and prices, it's truly like stepping back in time in the best possible way. Every local for probably 20 or 30 miles around goes there, which says everything you need to know.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
The previous reviewer forgot to add: Filthy, creepy and generally skanky. I'd feel better dumpster-diving for baby supplies than going back there.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
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I just returned from one of the most frustrating car buying experiences of my life at Ernie's. This morning I called down to make sure a car was on the lot before starting the 70-minute round trip; when I arrived, the incredibly surly and unhelpful salesman told us "one of the bosses" had the car, and he had no idea when it would be there. I can't imagine a car salesman less interested in selling a car. I think my wife would have smacked him if we hadn't gotten the hell out of there.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
This is the sort of experienced, family-run smalltown garage you think disappeared about 40 years ago.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago