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The list of tech innovations includes carbon fiber, GPS-based data-tracking, and Aerogel insulation developed by NASA.

It’s been almost a decade since a new vehicle has rolled out of a TVR factory. That will soon change.

The Wagoneer somehow transcended the mud-bogging scene to carve out a niche among social climbers.

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Granatelli Pro-Millenium “Fang” Is Beast for Road and Track

Pro Street typically refers to highly modified custom cars equipped with a supercharged or turbo engine.

By Mark Knass

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Old Car Features That Made Sense, and Still Could

When it comes to newer vehicles versus classics, I really miss many of the older features, especially the simplicity.

By Bob Kehoe

Unfortunately, popular classics come with prices befitting their legendary status. Don’t be discouraged.

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.

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

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