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  • American auto manufacturers were on a roll in the 1960's. Designing was very competitive, and through hot-rodding, engines and horse power increased dramatically. The American Muscle Car was born.

    The Best American Muscle Cars of the 1960's

    The Best American Muscle Cars of the 1960's

    by Jerry Fisher5

  • A brief rundown of the rise and disappearance of the commercial Humvee, where it came from, where it went, and why.

    Whatever Happened to the Hummer?

    Whatever Happened to the Hummer?

    by Ken Burgess1

  • Which car was better—Ford or Chevy? Styling, price, power—these were Ford's forte, but Chevy became the leader in sales, size, models and options. So, how did they really match up?

    Ford vs. Chevy: Pre-World War II History

    Ford vs. Chevy: Pre-World War II History

    by Hugh Williamson7

  • The '57 Ford convertible sold well because 1950's buyers were ready for some fun and flash after the bleak wartime years. The car world was changing but American car makers didn't seem to notice.

    Ford vs. Chevy: Post-World War II Rivalry

    Ford vs. Chevy: Post-World War II Rivalry

    by Hugh Williamson6

  • A friend who knows of my love of all things BMW told me of his encounter with the 1957 Pearl White BMW 507 at the Peterson Automotive Museum in Beverly Hills, with all its glitz and glamour.

    The BMW 507

    The BMW 507

    by Patrick Boniface0

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