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Bruce Sweetman is a freelance automotive writer and photographer. He’s a contributing editor and photographer at Road Scholars Magazine, Excellence Magazine, and the 356 Registry Magazine—and he’s a frequent contributor to Porsche Panorama and Autoweek Magazines as well. His stories and photographs have appeared in numerous publications including Road & Track and Total 911 in addition to fine automotive books. Bruce’s clients include Automobile Manufacturers, Museums, and Private Owners. He makes his home in Nashville, Tennessee and on the Northern Oregon Coast.

SHOW SPONSORS  

Covercraft   •   MetronGarage   •   Christopher Kimball Financial Services   

INSPIRATIONAL QUOTE

“Straight ahead and strive for tone.” 

CAREER & LIFE CHALLENGES 

Being invited to help promote the Speedster 50th Anniversary event in Monterey.

FIRST SPECIAL VEHICLE

A BMW 1600-2

AUTOMOTIVE ADVICE 

When throttle is called for use it with great vigor.

RESOURCES 

Books

Road Scholars

BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS

Excellence Was Expected by Karl Ludvigsen  

The Reckoning by David Halberstam

Small Wonder by Walter Henry Nelson

PARTING WORDS OF ADVICE

The thing to remember as a car enthusiast is to talk to people and more importantly listen to people.

WHERE TO FIND BRUCE

Bruce Sweetman Photography

 

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