Pickup trucks have proven their worth as practical haulers through almost the entire history of the automobile. However, with performance and speed so tempting, sport trucks have emerged with the Ford F150 Raptor and the Ram 1500 TRX being extreme modern examples. Decades before the current crop of high performance pickup truck, Dodge's Li'l Red Express succeeded to show up sports cars of its time.
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Pontiac shut down their production plants more than 12 years ago, but that doesn't mean they're gone forever.
Last Friday was the return of Windsor's annual Ouellette Car Cruise, and we were there to catch some of the best cars the show had to offer!
The first Model-T was first assembled on this day in 1908. Since then, the Ford motor company has revolutionized the automotive world on a regular basis, leading the charge in almost every new frontier.
Japan's classic car history is often overlooked by the American and European markets—but it's worth shedding light on the quality and ingenuity of the 60s- and 70s-era vehicles that were born from the land of the rising sun.
Corvette enthusiasts have always been the trendsetters in the performance car scene—and on occasion, records are broken throughout our Corvette journeys. Here are a handful of record-shattering moments, made possible by our shared passion for America's sports car…
Let's celebrate what many consider to be automotive royalty—the legendary Cadillac!
It's been almost 85 years since the first hidden headlights appeared on vehicles in the late 1930s.
Even after more than 50 years, the Chevrolet Impala remains one of the best rides to take on a summer journey.