2019 marked 1A Auto’s 10th Annual Charity Car Show!
2019 1A Auto 10th Annual Charity Car Show
That’s 10 years of giving back to our local community and 10 years of bringing people together to help us raise money in support of the Multiple Sclerosis Association of America, a cause that is both near and dear to the hearts of 1A Auto’s founders.
Now that Summer is coming to an end, it’s time for me to think about going back to school. I’m a 1A Auto summer intern, and in a few weeks, I’ll be making the 6-hour drive back to Lehigh University in Pennsylvania.
There are a few items that I definitely want to have in my car for the ride back. Luckily, 1A Auto has just what I need. Keep reading for my car must-haves.
There are many reasons someone becomes a gearhead. Perhaps it’s time spent under the hood as a kid? Maybe they grew up around a relative’s or friend’s cool car? Or, then again, they could have caught car fever from watching a great car movie.
Keep reading for some of John’s best car film picks.
There’s just something special about summer when it starts to roll in. Especially when driving a classic car on a beautiful sunny day with the convertible top down. Driving a convertible while in search of a perfect ice cream cone can make the day even better. That special summertime ritual and fun feeling have become a long-standing Green family tradition. Throwing the kids in the car, heading down to a classic car show, and grabbing an ice cream cone has been a great way of spending an afternoon together for a generation of Greens, and it’s personal.
1A Auto partners with Heritage Farm Ice Cream to help local non-profit
Leading up to this Father’s Day in our miniseries “Car memories with dad,” we share stories and interviews that explore how those who helped through our first repairs, gave advice while car buying, or just wanted an excuse to spend time with us in the garage have impacted our relationship with cars.
What is the first car memory that comes to mind when you think of your dad?
It’s a funny memory. It’s long—it’s way back. And it has to do with my dad, as well as my uncle. I was maybe 1-and-a-half or 2 years old. We were moving from California to Delaware.