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A tablet mounted on your dash opens up a world of possibilities for digital gauges, cameras, and useful driving apps.

There’s no faster way to dramatically change the appearance of a vehicle.

A modding trend from Japan could take hold in America.

Ray’s voyage into the world of extreme automotive customization began in 2015.

Turn a meager garage into a pleasant and efficient automotive workshop.

Ford unveiled the 2019 Bullitt Mustang in Detroit last week. Here are a few ideas to Bullit-ize your current car.

A new generation of Americans is restoring trailers and campers—and infusing them with modern technology and cool design.

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

The rear-deck lid features a three-dimensional Han Solo from a pivotal scene in “The Empire Strikes Back.”

With the right gear, a hard-working commuter car can provide comfortable service throughout the winter.

The bare-bones car purchased on eBay Motors in May was transformed by October into a one-of-a-kind rally-ready restomod.

Get ready for Rut and his crew to complete a ground-up restoration of a ‘67 Mustang Fastback while traveling coast to coast.

A new crate engine represents state-of-the-art technology. Dropping in a crate engine can also be a major time-saver.

“Now, it's a beautiful running and driving piece of art,” said Rutledge Wood.

The Rally Fighter was the first car to take a collaborative open-source approach to auto manufacturing.

After five months of arduous work, the car is now finished, fully polished, and heading to SEMA in Las Vegas.

Replacing most bumpers is an easy task that doesn’t require special tools.

The big reveal of the finished car at the 2017 SEMA Show in Las Vegas is just two weeks away.

In a fundraising effort to help hurricane victims, celebrated car photographer Larry Chen will capture your car like never before.

The Ford Mustang has been prominent in road racing and on the drag strip—and from NASCAR to Formula Drift.

Adam asked if Rut and his crew considered bolting a Japanese engine into the Mustang.