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Back in the day, tail lights were often special designs intended to promote a model’s individual flair.

The vehicles give an insight into the Earnhardts’ varied personal automotive tastes. Imagine owning one of them.

The Citation sold in huge numbers on its initial launch—800,000 in the first year alone. But where are they now?

American

eBay Listing: Pint-Size 1955 Nash Rambler Is a Rare Classic

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

By Nina Russin

Asian

Nissan Shines Spotlight on Six Generations of GT-R Supercars

All six generations of the storied GT-R are displayed under one roof at this year’s New York auto show.

By Ben Hsu

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

Seasoned Jeepers know that half the fun of owning a Wrangler is outfitting it to their exact specifications.

While the SVO sported half the cylinders of the GT model, its turbocharged four-cylinder motor competed with its V8-powered brethren.

There may only be two other original 1970 model-year restoration candidates on sale in the United States.

Seat covers provide more styles and functions than what's commonly available in factory seats.

The brand’s team of professionals gave lessons on the fine art of car control in icy conditions.