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Just because you drive an old car doesn't' mean you have to put up with annoying vibrations. Here is how to solve the most common problems.
Can the 2012 Dodge Charger be a muscle car and a family sedan at the same time? Find out in our comprehensive review.
The 2012 Dodge Challenger is a dead ringer for its 1960s ancestor, but does it drive as well as its modern peers? Find out in our review.
In 1934 Ford build a hot rod like no other...the Ford Model 40 Speedster.
Rowan Atkinson's V16 powered Phantom is worthy of a super spy.
The DB4 and DB5 may have overshadowed the DB6, but enthusiasts are seeing the light.
This Midwest Event’s Debut Pulls Out All The Stops
These tiny cars brought big money!
Ferrari debuts the 2013 F12 Berlinetta at the Geneva Auto Show.
Dodge is adding a sporty new V6 model to its performance-oriented Challenger lineup.
Updates to the ultra-premium Phantom line focus largely on bringing new technology to a brand steeped in tradition.
Porsche's most affordable sports car, now lighter and more powerful, has arrived on U.S. turf.
Restoring a pre-production car means finding what did - or more importantly did not - make it to production.
This a one-year wonder was a daring exercise for AMC.
An excellent muscle car for any Ford fan looking for something different.
Power-to-weight ratio makes this A-body a great choice.
Different enough to be unique, but so handsome as to be universally admired.
A competitor to the Ford Galaxy 500 and the Chevy Impala that demands a second look.
Thanks to Clint Eastwood this overlooked muscle car is back in the spotlight.
Hybrid super sports car is becoming a reality.
The fastest Mustang ever is capable of over 200+ MPH!
A different way to enjoy muscle car ownership at bargain prices.
ROUSH bring their magic to the 3.7L V6 Mustang.
An excellent way to enjoy some of the finest engines Ford Motor Company ever produced.
Ferrari's new 950-horsepower supercar rolls out in Geneva sporting a hybrid drivetrain and a 217 mph top speed!
Flowing fenders and running boards make quite a style statement!
We buy them, work on them, spend money on them, treat them better than we do ourselves, so why don't we drive our classic cars more often?
The best old haulers of SEMA
These powerplants were too cool to be hidden under a hood.
Lonny Childress of Gateway Classic Mustang pilots their 5.0L Coyote mod motor powered '69 Mustang Sportsroof around Hallett Motor Racing...
Fords invade downtown Tulsa's Brady Arts District
Once again RM delivers with $26.8 million in sales and an impressive list of vehicles.
American iron wasn't all that was on the show field.
Checking out the local flavor in north metro Atlanta.
The King was honored with a display of his previous race cars.
Big Horsepower Is Always A Winning Hand
Tulsa Raceway Park thundered with Ford power, a quarter mile at time!
From the earliest days of motorsports to the latest in cutting edge technology and everything in between.
There was no raining on this parade.
These powerplants drew a crowd!
Of all the things you can buy for your car, the patina of time is not for sale.
"Why yes, there is a Hemi in it."
Utility and style meet with these great wagons.
These engines are as fantastic to look at as the cars that surround them.
Dads have a special place in our hobby's future.
A 2000 Cobra R takes an unplanned adventure at Hallett Motor Racing Circuit.
Editor Brian Medford visits Alexander Automotive in downtown Franklin, TN. This trick piece of factory drag racing history shows just how...
Big, round fenders set these rides apart from their skinny cousins.
These third gen Corvettes are just hitting their stride.
Did Lexus build a modern version of the classic American luxury car?
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