Before the Jeep Cherokee SRT-8s or Porsche Cayenne Turbos, GM had a car-slaying fast truck and SUV that can always use more love.
While I’m doing the math to see if a car's worth restoring and re-selling, I use Car-Part's national database of junkyards to see what parts cost.
I’ve put more than 2,500 miles on my bargain Fiat 500, and it’s largely a delight. But it's not perfect.
From a Midwesterner's perspective, man, a world without rust is really something you can't take for granted.
I wonder what life would have been like if Nissan had offered the Skyline in the U.S. in place of the Maxima or 240SX.
Carpet dye can be a quick fix to spruce up stained fabric.
Free shockwave games were a treasure of the '90s and early 2000s. Some automakers even used them to get their brands in front of the youths.
The 164 was part of a quartet of midsized sedans developed jointly between Saab, Fiat, Lancia, and Alfa Romeo.
Turns out the "GDI Club" is not one you want to be in.
Here’s this nifty old school Volkswagen Jetta Mk2 parked on the side of the road, as if it drove straight out of 1988.
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