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No leather. No AC. And no sissy paint job. But it will slam you back in your seat.

Are your favorite moments in life spent working under the hood of your car, or cruising the open road?

The terms classic and iconic tend to be overused, but not when it comes to the 1955 Chevrolet.


1972 Skyline 2000 GT-X Coupe Becomes GT-R Clone

This pristine low-mile 1972 Skyline 2000 GT-X Coupe was artfully massaged into a 2000 GT-R clone in Japan.

By Daniel Gray


1941 Town & Country Is Missing Link to Today’s Minivans

You might know the Chrysler Town & Country as the seven-passenger minivan introduced 25 years ago. But the advent of the minivan can be traced much further back: another...

By Bradley Berman

Jack and Mary Holdorf of Hillsboro, Ore. still own the car they drove on their honeymoon trip in 1967.

It’s a balmy June day, and I’m wading through a swamp in the woods at Fiat-Chrysler’s proving grounds in Chelsea, Mich.

Green living is no longer a trend. It’s a full-blow lifestyle.

An easy way to make your ride distinctive is to enhance its looks with a simple body mod.

A high-quality yet affordable reader for your car’s data port can serve as a powerful diagnostic tool.

Hundreds of journalists traveled last week to Milan, the birth place of Alfa Romeo, to see Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne unveil a...