David Undercoffler

Los Angeles Times

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David Undercoffler, auto critic for the Los Angeles Times, talks about what to expect at the LA Auto Show, from hydrogen vehicles to a new Ford Mustang.

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David Undercoffler, auto critic for the Los Angeles Times, talks about what to expect at the LA Auto Show, from hydrogen vehicles to a new Ford Mustang.

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Jerry Hirsch of the Los Angeles Times says the LA Auto Show now serves as the showcase for clean energy cars.

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Jerry Hirsch of the Los Angeles Times says the LA Auto Show now serves as the showcase for clean energy cars.

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Almost 20 years ago the founder of Hot Rod magazine, Robert E. Petersen, created his museum to cars.

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Almost 20 years ago the founder of Hot Rod magazine, Robert E. Petersen, created his museum to cars.

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