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Road Testing the 1971 AMC Gremlin

Road Testing the 1971 AMC Gremlin
The AMC Gremlin was a quirky little car made from 1970 to 1978. The angular, economy subcompact has achieved somewhat of a cult status over the years, looking something like a VW Rabbit with the face of an…

Hyundai Once Had a Synchronized Driving Team

Hyundai Once Had a Synchronized Driving Team
Pulling off drifts, powerslides and handbrake turns is challenging enough when doing it solo, so one can only imagine how difficult it must be to try and pull off such maneuvers in coordination with other drivers. In this…
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From the Vaults: 1984 Monte Carlo Rally

From the Vaults: 1984 Monte Carlo Rally
It might sound crazy, but there was a time when rally racing wasn’t controlled by all-wheel drive vehicles. In this video that dates back some 35 years, you’ll get to see classic Lancia 037s take on a pack…

Concepts from Future Past: Ford Mustang RSX

Concepts from Future Past: Ford Mustang  RSX
Back in 1979, the Ford Mustang was in its third production generation, being built on the popular Fox platform, which was shared with many other less sporty vehicles, and gave the car its first ever sharp-edged design. Prior…

Concepts from Future Past: 1965 Dodge Deora

Concepts from Future Past: 1965 Dodge Deora
Perhaps the most unusual concept car of all time (and that’s saying something), the 1967 Dodge Deora was like an adult-sized toy car. In fact, the award-winning car eventually was made into one of the original 16 Hot…

That Time Ford Built a Mid-engined Mustang: The 1967 Mach 2

That Time Ford Built a Mid-engined Mustang: The 1967 Mach 2
Despite the original Mustang being a major hit from its launch in mid-1964, that didn’t stop Ford from thinking about future variants of the car. Designed by Gene Bordinat and built by the Ford Special Vehicles Group and…

Lincoln Taunts ’60s Continental Fans with the Return of Suicide Doors

Lincoln Taunts ’60s Continental Fans with the Return of Suicide Doors
Think about the Lincoln of modern times, and if you aren’t a grandparent, the cars likely hold little appeal. While their new cars are elegant, they have strayed far away from the cool design features of yore that…

Vintage Rube Goldberg Clip Explains Gas Engines

Vintage Rube Goldberg Clip Explains Gas Engines
In this classic 1940s clip from General Motors, they enlisted the help of master of contraptions Rube Goldberg to help explain how gasoline powers car engines. In the short film, titled Something for Nothing, Goldberg first shows…

A Turntable and Radio for Classic Mustang Fans

A Turntable and Radio for Classic Mustang Fans
Are you or someone you know a pony car fanatic? Then check out this nifty product perfect for Mustang lovers. ION Audio’s Mustang LP is a record player that pays tribute to the classic 1965 Ford Mustang. The…

Toyota Mega Ace II Diesel Spaceship Is the Best Minivan Ever

Toyota Mega Ace II Diesel Spaceship Is the Best Minivan Ever
Like most auto enthusiasts, I have a deep-seated distaste for minivans. Sure, they’re some of the most practical vehicles on the road today, but driving one pretty much says that you’ve given up on your own life and…

A Wonderful Retrospective of Classic Porsche Cars

A Wonderful Retrospective of Classic Porsche Cars
Do you love yourself some Porsches? If you’re a fan of the German sports car brand, you’ll be thrilled with this short retrospective video which features a few classic Porsche designs from the last sixty or so years.…

Top Anthropomorphic Cars from Film and TV

Top Anthropomorphic Cars from Film and TV
In the past few years, it seems like automakers are competing to create the smartest cars on the road. From lane assistance and intelligent cruise control to parking assistance and – before we know it – wholly autonomous…

Concepts from Future Past: American Motors Astra-Gnome

Concepts from Future Past: American Motors Astra-Gnome
I have a strange affinity for unusual concept cars. One of the wackiest designs I’ve stumbled across in my travels has to be the American Motors Astra-Gnome, a “space age” concept that dates back to 1956. The car…
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