Back in the 1980s the high school and college campus parking lots were filled with a wide array of different muscle and performance cars from the 1960s and 1970s. These cars by this time were at least on their second
There is probably no vehicle that has a more loyal and friendlier following than the Jeep Wrangler. Don’t believe me? Take one out for a leisurely afternoon drive, preferably with the convertible top down or removed and you’ll notice other
Many car models have a short production run; many of these are profitable cars but are only made for short period of time to fit the needs of a particular customer segment. Some of these types of cars merely replace
With the 2010 Mustang GT, Ford had a great all-around performance package. The tire burning acceleration was there – along with fantastic handling, braking, and steering. All of this was wrapped up in one great looking – newly updated for
For most classic car owners owning a classic car is not about a rising investment (which is always a nice perk) but about owning what they like. For most classic car owners, their classic cars are rolling nostalgia – bringing
GM is well known for making some colossal mistakes. No mistake has plagued GM more than its decision to go to front-wheel drive on most of its cars many years ago. This decision strangled Cadillac for at least twenty years.
GM after the release of the 1964 Pontiac GTO capped the cubic inches (of engine displacement) at 400 for its V8s on all its intermediate. If you wanted more cubic inches in a GM car you had to either buy