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Henry Cesari

Henry Cesari joined MotorBiscuit in 2021 and brings his deep interest in vintage cars, trucks, and motorcycles to the site. Having restored his first classic car at just 16 years old, Henry has wrenched on everything from overland campers to Japanese motorcycles and even pre-war Bugattis. Henry is also an avid attendee at local car shows and genuinely enjoys connecting with fellow auto enthusiasts.

Henry earned a Bachelor’s in Anthropology and English from the University of Vermont. He has since incorporated his love of the written word with his admiration of classic cars. While Henry is interested in vintage cars, he believes the golden age of cars is yet to come. He is confident journalists will play an important role in this revolution by exposing the industry as it is now and envisioning its possible future.

Henry has earned a peer tutoring certification from the College Reading and Learning Association. He has also completed Northfield Mount Hermon School’s teaching intern program. Additionally, Henry is an MFA candidate at the Vermont College of Fine Arts. When he’s not writing, Henry enjoys reading the work of Zack Courts and Andrew P. Collins.

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