The Greatest Generation marks time by V-J and V-E Day. Baby Boomers by the first time they saw the Beatles on Ed Sullivan. For Gen X’ers, it’s the first time they heard the opening chords of Waylon Jennings’ guitar on the first episode of The Dukes of Hazzard, which first aired on CBS 37 years […]
Chrysler‘s K-car debuted for 1981, and it helped dig out the company from its money hole. The K’s bones continued in many forms, like this Shadow convertible.
When you think of the Nürburgring track, you likely think of fast cars tackling the course and setting record lap times. It’s where companies test their cars and try to outdo one another with the latest technology. It’s not the kind of place you expect to see pickups, but if you were there on November […]
Thanks to advanced safety technology, the simple task of running your car through the car wash can be a multi-step procedure, sometimes requiring deep research in the manual to avoid the embarrassment of being stuck at the beginning of the tunnel.
Chrysler’s K-car was its saving grace in the early 1980s, and this streetside Aries K LE wagon reminds us how straightforward its design was.
Dodge announced sad news this week: it’s pulling the plug on its four-door compact Dodge Dart. For about 90 percent of its history, the Dart was the kind of a car you drove because you were 16 and your parents were getting a new car. But there were some legendary Darts over its 56-year history, […]
Anybody can drive a red car. You have to be a special kind of extrovert to drive one in orange. Over the years, only a handful of cars have been available in the pumpkin hue, and an even smaller handful have really looked good doing it. Here are six cars perfectly suited to take the […]
Here’s a bit of ’70s history we found parked outside Denny’s.
Basic transportation was the Dodge Dart’s forte, and the two-door Sport version promised a little bit more than that.