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

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

Two types of units—Roots and centrifugal—enhance performance in slightly different ways.

Asian

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

American

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

Everybody knows that hybrid cars are nerd-mobiles. That is, except anybody who has laid eyes on the Porsche 919, built for racing in...

Viper fans might have been jilted by the popularity of the 707-horsepower Dodge Challenger and Charger Hellcats. But they can now...

It’s widely assumed that American muscle cars are all about horsepower. But that overlooks the race for aerodynamics that characterized...

As most consumers know, Volvo has worked to establish safety as the carmaker’s main brand identify. That’s not changing, but company...

One of the easiest automotive upgrades you can do is to upgrade your headlights with brighter and more modern light bulbs. Over the...

A Subaru wagon is held in high regard in certain parts of the country where all-wheel drive is supremely important—like the Pacific...