Larry Printz is an internationally-syndicated automotive journalist
with his columns reaching nearly eight million readers a month through Tribune News Service.
He is the former Editor-In-Chief, Automotive at Dealer.com, based in Burlington, Vermont.
In addition to regular appearances on Fox Business News as a noted automotive expert, Larry was Automotive Editor for WVEC ABC13 in Norfolk, Va., and has written and hosted three half-hour TV shows for the station.
Prior to joining the staff at ABC13, Larry was The Virginian-Pilot's first Automotive Editor, where advertising and readership of the section tripled. His section was so popular, its frequency was increased from two to three days a week. His work was distributed nationwide through the McClatchy-Tribune Syndicate.
Prior to joining The Virginian-Pilot, he spent eleven years as an automotive columnist for The Morning Call in Allentown Pa. His columns were carried worldwide by the Los Angeles Times-Washington Post Syndicate and Cars.com.
He has contributed to such national magazines as Men’s Health and Consumers Digest.
Larry's expertise is sought by some of the most prestigious automotive concours around the country. He serves as a judge at these old car shows, including Greenwich, Hilton Head, Pinehurst, Boca Raton, Radnor Hunt, Greenbrier, and others.
Larry is a member of the International Motor Press Association, Washington Automotive Press Association and the
National Cartoonists Society.
A native of Philadelphia, Larry resides in South Florida.