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While “luxury” and “wagon” may not immediately go together, they form a great combination in the 2015 Audi Allroad.
In America, more is better, but that’s not the case with number of doors on collectible or modified cars.
Call me old-fashioned. But when it comes to newer vehicles versus classics, I really miss many of the oldsters’ features and simplicity.
Muscle cars mostly disappeared from auto showrooms in the 1970s. So in the following decade, Pro Street cars became all the rage.
As the wedding planner, it was Tara Hurlin’s ingenious idea to restore a hot rod for their 1950s-themed wedding.
After a thrilling day driving the 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata last week through the twisties of the Angeles National Forest, I was again reminded of a basic fact about automotive performance: great cars are not about raw horsepower, but how they make you feel.
Full-size 1960s Chevrolets make excellent hot rod platforms. They’re readily available, restoration and high performance parts resources are vast, and there’s ample room for family and friends.
This year is on pace to become the hottest summer on record. So now is the time to make sure your car or truck is in top-notch shape to handle what the season dishes out.
Imagine you’re driving down Interstate 5, about 20 minutes south of downtown Portland, Ore. As you approach the suburb of Wilsonville, you catch a glimpse of a former car dealership, which has four classic NASCAR race cars mounted to the wall. You may be a car nut, but you’re not crazy.
Nothing matches the visceral experience of being surrounded by sunshine and the wind in one’s hair while driving a convertible along a winding two-lane road.
An easy DIY mod is to upgrade your car’s horn to give your ride more personality, and make it safer at the same time.
Modding an affordable old car opens up a world of possibilities that simply do not exist when starting with an expensive collectible.
Most long-term married couples have some recollection of their wedding day, including the type of car that first served as their daily transportation.
Many cars are hot rods, but the 1932 Ford roadster is the ultimate hot rod. That’s the way it is and that’s the way it’s always been.
It’s a balmy June day, and I’m wading through a swamp in the woods at Fiat-Chrysler’s proving grounds in Chelsea, Mich.
You could dream about owning an original Nissan GT-R, or you could go for the next next thing, at a fraction of the price.
Green living is no longer a trend. It’s a full-blow lifestyle—relating to the foods we eat, the clothes we wear, and the vehicles we drive.
Like it or not, today’s cars are increasingly becoming computers on wheels. Too often, that means a vehicle’s on-board processors and sensors are generating engine codes that can only be accessed by proprietary systems, granting professional mechanics a way to interpret warning codes—but blocking you out.
An easy way to make your ride distinctive is to enhance its looks with a simple body mod. A low-cost and hassle-free approach is to use molded body extensions, such as rocker panel side skirts or “flairs.” These side skirts fit on the bottom part of your car between the wheels, a component called the rocker panel.
Mopar is bringing the millennial Dodge Challenger back to the drag strip this summer with a new track-ready package, including the brand’s first supercharged engine.