Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin
Electric-truck maker Lordstown Motors is becoming a publicly traded company in a deal that will add $675 million to its coffers and boost its valuation to $1.6 billion, the company announced Aug. 3.
The City of Oshkosh, WI, is receiving a $250,000 state grant to help in the renovation and preservation of the former Gibson Auto Body into a unique gathering space in downtown Oshkosh.
General Motors showed new photos July 29 of its all-new Ultium Cells LLC battery cell manufacturing facility in Lordstown, OH, to mark the beginning of steel construction.
Emerging trends in claims frequency and driving patterns are giving a number of private auto insurers pause before they commit to additional policyholder credits.
Evanston, IL, resident Kobi Evans, 19, was all smiles after graduating July 14 from the Automotive Service and Repair Career Pathways Program, a partnership between Oakton Community College, Youth Job Center in Evanston and Evanston Township High School.
Ford has secured some additional breathing room as it tries to navigate the ongoing global financial crisis.
Over his lifetime, it's estimated Phil Deegan owned 150 cars, and his home in Mankato, MN, is said to have always displayed an assortment of classic cars and trucks.