AutoVloggin’ – Carbage at the LA Auto Show

So, while I’m recovering from this cold, or flu, or whatever it is that’s making me sore, cranky, causing my nose run, and ruin my voice for video work – I’ve decided to go ahead and edit the collection of videos I did at the LA Auto Show, also known as Automobility LA.


These shots are all stuff I captured during the “Same Hour Coverage” on our Facebook page, which you can find below. I’ve also added in some extra stuff that didn’t fit but worked great here. Don’t expect in depth coverage, this is a Vlog post after all, but I do talk about the Ford Raptor’s 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6, get a story from Davis over at Honda, talk about the Bollinger B1 EV SUV, and find a surprise at the end of the week.

If you liked that “Same Hour Coverage” when we did it and this recap, I plan on doing the same thing for the Ultra4 King of the Hammers, coming up on Feb 2nd to Feb 10th, 2018. Want to make sure we can do it? Support us on Patreon! One lucky winner picked at random of all supporters, new and current, will be selected at random to win the Press Kit of the JL Wrangler that I got during the LA Auto Show. It includes a book on the new JL and its features as well as the history of the Wrangler, a Bluetooth speaker, and a very well-made box to keep it all in. The winner will be chosen on Jan 31st, 2018. All you need to do is pledge $1/month, no more unless you want to and higher pledge support will not guarantee a win.

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Justin Banner, Lead Editor and Founder of Carbage Online, has been involved with the automotive media and industry in many capacities and now tackles publication ownership with CarbageOnline.com. Prior to that, he has freelanced for top online publications of modern media that include Speedhunters, MotoIQ, Super Street Online, Hot Rod Magazine and many others. All due to his nearly 20 years experience as a mechanic, service writer, and technical support in the automotive industry. Justin is also a Journalist Level member of the Motor Press Guild - an industry recognized entity of professional automotive journalists - since 2015.