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The small car was equipped with the biggest motor in the Mopar arsenal: the 426 cubic-inch Hemi.

Despite his lack of experience, Kummerfeldt embarked on a seven-year project with his grandson to...

A car that’s originally equipped with a manual gearbox like this Superbee is a fantastic find.

Only about nine examples of turbine-powered cars exist from Chrysler's trial period, which ended in...

The civilian versions of the Power Wagon were in high demand due to its ability to traverse all...

It was a five-month sprint in 2015 to produce a fabulous result.

Nash introduced America to a concept that would revolutionize the auto industry: the compact car.

The Rent-a-Racer was designed to put the hot-rodded GT350 in the hands of everyday customers.

The seller updated the Parkwood with a tasty suspension drop, along with a newer engine and...

Dealers had to use an ordering process typically reserved for fleets and make the request with...

With a sharply-raked windshield, V-nosed grille and sloping fender line, the Zephyr slips through...

The Mercury Turnpike Cruiser featured a retractable rear window for “breeze-way ventilation.”

Some ideas are too good to fade away.

It's an American land yacht dipped in gleaming paint and dropped to the ground.

First-generation Ford Broncos have claimed center stage at the rodeo.

The Ford Thunderbird was conceived as a swankier rival to Chevrolet’s Corvette.

By the mid-1960s, Chevrolet transformed the Corvette into a fire-breathing sports car monster.

Is the 2000GT the most desirable and valuable Japanese automobile ever produced?

The star vehicles are: a 1953 Chevy; 1965 Ford F-100; 1938 International Harvester; and the 1948...

The meticulously resto-modded ’54 Chevy Bel Air can best be described as: refined.

Henry Ford designed the driver controls with simplicity and durability in mind.