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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?

See articles about choosing the right carrier, hitch, or trailer brakes. Then get inspired by trailers matching the car that pulls them.


US Postal Service Honors Classic Detroit Pickups in New Stamp Series

The star vehicles are: a 1953 Chevy; 1965 Ford F-100; 1938 International Harvester; and the 1948 Ford F-1.

By Mark Bach


They Call Me Mr. Tuxedo: Restomod ’54 Chevy Bel Air

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

By Daniel Gray

It was originally purchased by Lawrence “Lance” Reventlow, son of socialite Barbara Hutton. Then, the plot thickens.

The Nissan’s Titan XD fills the gap between conventional heavy and light-duty pickups.

Rising from the ground in a swirl of red paint and polished metal is the newly redesigned Petersen Automotive Museum.

It’s becoming easier than ever to put stout engines into older cars.

Lincoln abandoned its hallmark twin waterfall front grille. But the big story is what lurks beneath the MKZ’s hood.

With the right tactics and products, you can transform that frigid garage into a livable workspace.