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Aaron Turpen Car Review: The 2023 Ford Bronco Raptor Makes Me Want To Play Viking Metal

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Automotive columnist Aaron Turpen writes, “The 2023 Ford Bronco Raptor checks all of the good times boxes. The doors come off. The roof comes off. The front axle disconnects. And when driving around without the roof panels or front doors on, you can stow those in the back cargo area.”

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Aaron Turpen: The Largest Auto Show Is Visited By the Smallest State

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Columnist Aaron Turpen the largest auto show in North America last week. He writes: “The Chicago Auto Show is held every year at the McCormick Center. Those who have been to McCormick know that there are ranches for sale in Laramie that have smaller footprints than that place does.”

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Aaron Turpen: Buying A Car At An Auction? Here’s What To Know So You Don’t Screw It Up

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Columnist Aaron Turpen writes: “A lot of people in Wyoming are turning to automotive auctions as a way to get a vehicle. It’s easy to screw this up, though. Especially if you’re new to vehicle auctions. Let’s talk turkey so you don’t look like one.”

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Aaron Turpen: I Went To The DMV In Cheyenne And It Wasn’t Horrible

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Aaron Turpen writes; “My trip to the Cheyenne DMV was not the hell promised by Les Claypool when he sang about it in that Primus song. Perhaps the new age has brought improvements to the bureaucracy that Claypool referenced. Or maybe it’s just that I’m not attending a DMV in California.”

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Aaron Turpen: New Car Dealerships Are Going to Die Kicking and Screaming

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Automotive writer Aaron Turpen writes: “Price gouging is a more common practice than most manufacturers will admit to and recent surveys have shown that consumers are not pleased at all. We will see the traditional dealership model crumble. And quickly.”

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