Careers for Car Buffs & Other Freewheeling Types (Careers by Richard Lee, Mary Lee

By Richard Lee, Mary Lee


The inspiring Careers for You sequence encourages occupation explorers to ascertain the activity marketplace throughout the certain lens in their personal pursuits.


  • The most modern details on education and schooling
  • Tips on reworking spare time activities into activity abilities
  • Stories of luck from every one box
  • Expert suggestion on discovering and getting the activity
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Other activities include new and vintage car exhibits, an auto art show and sale, auto accessories and parts booths, and marvelous spectator photo and video opportunities. A U TO S H OW C A R E E R S • 5 1 Model or Product Presenter Professional models and product presenters are often hired as freelancers, or independent contractors, by auto manufacturers to participate in new-car shows. Unlike the attractive ladies of the past whose job was simply to adorn the new models, most of today’s presenters do more than the automotive equivalent of Vanna White’s letter turning.

Even the street Cobras boasted few niceties. So as fabulous as the Cobra was and is, it was definitely not for the average driver. Shelby produced only 1,011 Cobras between 1962 and 1966. These days, Cobra replicas and knock-offs are a mini-industry. And the real thing—when you can find one—may command six figures. Not bad for a car that in 1962 sold for $5,995 with the Shelby-pumped 289 engine! Later, when Ford introduced the Mustang in mid-1964, Shelby saw another chance to build cars. Ford figured a second investment in Shelby would deliver ample showroom payback for its dollars, especially since the popular Mustang was to receive the transformation, not an exotic import.

A move to a new home and a business timeout led to his unusual career. S. Postal Service employees for small-town and suburban deliveries, the nation’s forty thousand rural mail carriers traditionally deliver mail under contract, using their own vehicles as part of the package. Because they are independent businesspeople, their vehicle costs are tax-deductible, but right-hand-drive vehicles, sought by rural mail carriers for convenience, were simply not available. The few made in America were for export only—not legal for domestic sale.

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