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Get the Right Insurance Coverage for Your Collector Car

A collector car is very different to a daily driver – even luxury, high-end everyday cars – and they are therefore treated differently when it comes to insurance. This is a good thing. After all the time, money and effort you have spent on restoring and properly...

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Spring Art Exhibitions

Spring is here and it’s the perfect time for getting out and experiencing some of the country’s best art museums. Here we’ll look at some of the exciting temporary art exhibitions taking place across New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Dallas. They’re the perfect...

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Lalique Feature: Sirène

The sensuous Sirène, otherwise known as the small mermaid, is one of two Lalique car mascots that were initially sold as statuettes before they were repurposed for hood ornaments in the mid 1920’s. Sirène is the smaller of the two at approximately four inches high –...

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Entrepreneur Life: Become A Better Leader

While there is such a thing as a natural leader, most of us have to work at it. While experience can help a lot, especially experience in lower-level positions as this allows you to gain insight into the day-to-day job requirements of the people you manage, it isn’t...

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Transformational Travel

Transformational travel. It sounds blissful, doesn’t it? The words conjure images of exotic, far-flung locales and experiences so transcendent that you’ll return forever changed; a better, more fulfilled person with a deeper understanding of the world and of life...

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Entrepreneur Life: Identifying Opportunities

Being able to recognize the right opportunity is key to starting a successful business. Whether you want to launch a high-growth startup or a small business, or you are looking to expand your current business or portfolio, you need to be able to identify good business...

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Lalique Feature: Sanglier

The Sanglier, which means boar in English, is another of the more popular car mascots of the Lalique collection. Appealing no doubt to the hunting elite, it was produced and purchased in large numbers from its release in October, 1929. Standing at a little over three...

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Maintaining Your Classic Car

Just like your everyday driver, classic cars require maintenance. In fact, because they aren’t driven regularly, classic cars require special maintenance. You can’t just buy a classic car, stick it in the garage and forget about it in-between the odd Sunday drive....

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Lalique Feature: Saint Christophe

Although one of the more common hood ornaments from the Lalique collection, Saint Christophe was popular for a reason. After all, what better mascot to have perched on the front of your automobile than the Patron Saint of Travelers? Depicting Saint Christopher...

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