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Maybe you enjoy driving through the mountains of eastern Pennsylvania and you need a little something extra to keep you on the road. Maybe you make regular trips down to Reading or Allentown, and you’d rather avoid ending up in a highway ditch halfway to anywhere in the middle of a blizzard. Whatever the case, all-wheel and four-wheel drive vehicles can really come in handy for residents of Pine Grove. Thankfully, there are plenty of vehicles out there with great traction that won’t force you to break the bank to buy them.
Whether it’s an SUV, sedan, or hatchback, Subaru is the go-to company for all-wheel drive. While other companies may offer AWD as an option on all their SUV models, the Subaru Impreza is an inexpensive compact that comes as a sedan or a five-door hatchback with AWD standard on all models. (more…)
On June 20th, 1991, the last woodie in regular production rolled off the assembly line. It was a Jeep Grand Wagoneer, and like other woodies before, it had side panels made with laminate that resembled the actual wood panels common in midcentury American cars. The woodie took off in the late 1960s and finally fizzled out in the late 1980s. Take a walk down memory lane with some unexpected cars that received this iconic treatment throughout American history.
1973-1980 Chevrolet Blazer/GMC Jimmy
This small SUV was named “Jimmy” after the phonetic spelling of the brand “GM.” It originally came with a removable roof, making it a convertible whenever the mood might strike. (more…)
If you are lucky enough to live in Pine Grove, you have the luxury of being within driving distance of historic Harrisburg. The state capital of Pennsylvania has many things to offer history buffs and beer aficionados alike. With only 37 miles between you and a fun-filled day trip, what’s stopping you? Keep reading to learn about six of the city’s must-see attractions.
The State Capitol Building
You can’t take a day trip to Harrisburg without visiting the building that Theodore Roosevelt called “the handsomest building [he] ever saw.” The capitol building’s eye-catching centerpiece is a magnificent 272-foot, 52 million–pound dome made of green-glazed terra-cotta tile. (more…)