There’s no shortage of aftermarket mods available to make your vehicle more unique. These are some of the craziest car mods we’ve ever seen.
Here in the US, we have a love/hate relationship with car/truck hybrids. We’ve produced two — the Chevrolet El Camino (and its twin, the GMC Sprint) and the Ford Ranchero — and they have both rabid fans. In Australia, though, car/truck hybrids know as “utes” are popular alternatives to the compact pickups from Toyota, Nissan, […]
In the pantheon of music videos of the 1980s, the video for Sammy Hagar’s breakout solo single “I Can’t Drive 55,” has got to be near the top of the heap. Here are nine facts you probably didn’t know about the song and the video:
Back in the 1960s, car companies had money to burn. Volkswagen, which had been selling Beetles in the United States even before Volkswagen of America was founded in 1955, had nearly 1,000 dealers across the country, and commissioned a book of humorous cartoons and essays that followed its successful “Think Small” advertising campaign.
GM’s ’70s downsizing first cut back the footprint of its big rear-wheel drive cars. Then it converted compacts like the Skylark to front-wheel drive.
It’s been rough going for Mitsubishi in the US market, but back in the ’80s, its debut here was full of promise – like this Cordia.
Crossovers are surpassing sedans in popularity, and this Stanza formed the basis of one of the first US examples of the breed.
An SUV owned by the New Zealand conservation company Goodnature had its window smashed so that thieves could gain access to a box labeled as chemicals. But instead of the meth-cooking chemicals they were hoping for, the thieves made off with horribly pungent oil from the anal glands of the stoat, a short-tailed weasel.
Northern California’s Half Moon Bay is a cute little town on the Pacific Coast that is host to a variety of neat cars.