Look Who's Writing About Cars Over At Insider Louisville

Mark Stevenson
by Mark Stevenson
look who s writing about cars over at insider louisville

TTAC’s own Cameron Aubernon has found herself a new home over at Insider Louisville, and she interviewed one of the designer’s behind the legendary Pontiac GTO, Bill Porter.

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  • Cameron Aubernon Cameron Aubernon on Jul 21, 2015

    Thank you for the TTAC bump! It's my first piece for Insider Louisville in 2015, having written for the online publication since February 2013. Anyway, you should all give IL your eyeballs, especially if you're curious about what all goes on in my old Kentucky home. And don't worry, I haven't forgotten about you, dearest B&B. Plans are in the works for my return to these pages sooner rather than later. ;)

  • Budda-Boom Budda-Boom on Jul 21, 2015

    Well written, Cameron! It's easy for us to look at GM vehicles from this period and default to Bill Mitchell, glossing over the considerable talent Mitchell had under him. Your article shines a light on a man who obviously deserves more credit than he's received to this point! And extra points for the ultra-rare grill with the headlights. These did exist in 1968/69 although obviously taking a backseat to the far-more common - and more dynamic - hidden-headlight versions. Looking forward to your TTAC return...btw did you get your license?

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    • Mark Stevenson Mark Stevenson on Jul 21, 2015

      @Cameron Aubernon Still working on making it happen. We'll get there.

  • Theshiftpattern Theshiftpattern on Jul 21, 2015

    Great article about Bill Porter in Insider Louisville! As an auto enthusiast in Louisville it's great to see another voice in our community writing about cars. I had no idea on of the TTAC authors was here in the city.

    • Cameron Aubernon Cameron Aubernon on Jul 21, 2015

      I actually don't live in Louisville these days; moved to Seattle nearly two years ago this September. However, I still keep in touch with my family and the friends I've made -- including those in the city's journalism scene -- over the six years I did call Louisville my Kentucky home. Also: I was born in Louisville nearly 37 years ago this September; moved to Kansas a month after.

  • Dal20402 Dal20402 on Jul 21, 2015

    Great to see more excellent writing, Cameron. Thanks to Mark for posting it.