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Wasteland World Car Show Celebrates Mad Max Vehicles

Wasteland Weekend is a Mad Max themed four-day post-apocalyptic party held every September in California’s Mojave Desert.

Walter Cronkite’s Newsorthy 1958 Micro-Racer

There’s an old saying that claims it’s more fun to drive a slow car fast than to drive a fast car slowly.

Quick Spin: New BMW M2 Revives Thrilling Spirit of M Cars

Since the 1970s, BMW’s M division has been tasked with creating the company’s race cars and high-performance street cars.

Paint A Part: Super Fast DIY Body Repair

Does your car or truck need a new bumper, fender, hood, or tailgate? Are you unwilling or unable to have the work done at a conventional auto body repair shop, due to time or financial restraints?

Big Ideas for a Small Car: 1940 Crosley Convertible

At a time when serial entrepreneurs were known as industrialists, Powel Crosley Jr. was a rising star.

Who’s the Man to Beat in Red Bull’s Global Rallycross Series?

It’s a prickly warm Saturday afternoon in Phoenix, Ariz where Tanner Foust of Team Andretti is leading the pack through the Red Bull Global Rallycross Supercar semi-finals.

Mazda Reveals Premium Aspirations with New CX-9 SUV

When the Mazda debuted the CX-9 SUV in 2006, the automaker proved how it could infuse driving excitement into the midsize SUV segment.

1974 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ45 Is a Period-Correct Time Capsule

The Toyota Land Cruiser FJ45 has long been a favorite among the off-road set, but it hasn’t always been a collectible.

Choosing the Best Motor Oil

Routine oil changes as the easiest, least expensive way to keep an engine healthy. Choosing the proper oil rating recommended by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) is easy: follow the manufacturer’s guidelines and do the same with regard to oil change intervals.

An Extremely Rare M-Code Thunderbird for Sale on eBay

In 1961, Ford introduced a totally restyled Thunderbird to replace the surprisingly successful second-generation “Square-Bird.” The space age had taken off, and the new T-Bird featured a crisp new rocket-like appearance.

Georgia Woman’s 50-Year Infatuation with Karman Ghia

When Gwen Nicholson was going to high school in the late 1960s, the first car she owned was a 1967 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia convertible.

The Enduring Power of Microcars in SUV Era

With the current dip in gas prices, American car buyers are flocking to SUVs and big trucks. But this doesn’t mean that the smallest cars in the American fleet are going away.

Buick GNX Proved There Is a Replacement For Displacement

The muscle car era was defined by the notion that big-displacement V8 engines were the key to high performance.

It’s a Bulletproof Party Vault on Wheels

You don’t see stretch limousines everyday, unless you watch a lot of music videos—or if you live on the southwest coast of Florida where Clean Ride Limo builds and runs a unique fleet of stretch limos.

Lime Rock Park Is the Northeast’s Motorsports Mecca

It’s remarkable how different each of America’s historic race tracks are from each other. Laguna Seca’s hilltop majesty and dynamic elevation changes in California stand in stark contrast to Road America’s Midwestern high-speed straights.

1932 Packard Series 900: Luxury Model for the Depression

The Packard Series 900, also called the Light Eight, was both the original hot rod and the first entry-level luxury car.

The Anatomy of a Spark Plug

Spark plugs have been an integral part of the internal combustion engine for more than 120 years. The job of a spark plug is to create a spark that ignites the air/fuel mixture in the engine’s combustion chamber.

The Unreal Story of the Space Alien Snubnose Suburban

For many years, Gary Woolery wanted to marry a 1939 cab-over truck with a panel truck, but couldn’t figure out how to do it.

Forgotten 1980s Classics: The Rally-Racing Toyota Celica All-Trac

One of the greatest gifts that the world of motorsports ever gave to mortal drivers like you and me is the concept of homologation.

A Powerful Tool in Auto Detailing: The Clay Bar

You can carefully wash your vehicle, keep it away from sap-dropping trees, and store your car in the garage at night—and still, you could find bonded contaminates messing up the finish of your sweet ride.