Today, I am writing about my own car, a 1970 Mustang Grande Hardtop.
Jaimie Kogos bought his first car, a 1967 Camaro Convertible, in 1978 at the age of 18.
When it comes to stories about classic car restorations, finding vehicles stashed for decades in the back corner of a barn can be the start of a legendary tale, and this story about Bobby Wentz's 1967 Ford Thunderbird is one of those great 'barn-find' stories.
Paul Hollock III bought his 1955 Chevy 210 2-door sedan from his brother in 1987.
The year was 1939 and Dodge was not only celebrating its 25th Anniversary, but it was bringing a lot of changes to its vehicles in a very competitive market.
During the 1930s, the depression was raging. Not everyone could afford a car, let alone a new one, and there was a lot of competition among the automotive manufacturers Chevrolet, Ford, and Chrysler.
The saying, 'timing is everything' and 'always look for the best in any situation,' could not be truer than in the case of Bill Holicz of Mokena, Ill., and his 1971 Chevelle.
Joe Marchese says his 1968 Mustang is his pride and joy.
Dan Mauer says his gorgeous 1923 Ford T-Bucket Roadster was a retirement gift to himself.
Toni Ann and Ron Magiera have had their 1979 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible for about 15 years.
The Dodge Hornet enters the market and will compete with segment-leading sales champs Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V, and Ford Escape. It's not an easy task but in its first iteration, the Hornet has enough upside to give them all more than just a sting.
Like its competitors, the 2023 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 it is not just the right size for most people who may want a pickup, but it is also the right price for most people who may not be making six-figure salaries.
The Ford F-150 Tremor is a very capable daily driver pickup for anyone who wants on-road comfort with plenty of off-road capability. The Tremor Supercrew variant has everything a full-size pickup owner dreams of – and then some.
Elegant and big on power, the 2023 Lincoln Navigator doesn't have a lot of competitors that can achieve what it does so well – bathe you in absolute luxury while towing a massive trailer.
The 2023 Jeep Compass has taken a step up and is now a solid contender in the group that actually can get off the pavement – get back on it – and get you home in comfort. Compass can be had in several different trims: Sport, Latitude, Latitude LUX, Limited, and Trailhawk.
The 2023 Infiniti QX50, with its chiseled lines and long nose, will stand out in any crowd, including the uber-competitive premium compact crossover segment. Where it does not succeed is performance, mostly due to a sleepy CVT.
While Toyota and Honda deservedly rule the sales roost with impressive CR-V and RAV4 offerings, the number three sales leader happens to be an unlikely candidate whose performance and attractive base price drive big annual sales – the Chevrolet Equinox.
The all-new Frontier Pro-4X combines aggressive off-road elements, from the beefy treads and 17-inch rims to the available skid plates and tow hooks up front, with an everyday commuter to create a contemporary mid-size truck with big value.