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It could be hard to believe, but between the late 1800’s and 1940 there were over 1,800 car manufacturers in the U.S. Most of them were small companies that produced a few forgotten models. But among them, there were a few respected and important luxury brands. Back in the early 20th century, America had...
Most people think muscle cars are an American thing. Over the years, muscle cars have become a symbol of the American urban landscape, like Coca-Cola or M&Ms. The unique combination of a powerful V8 engine, aggressive design, wide stance and glorious rumble from the exhaust made muscle cars legendary beyond U.S. shores. But, the...
Before those big SUVs, luxury trucks, minivans and muscle cars, the symbol of the American car industry were full-size sedans. For decades four-door sedans or hardtops were the most popular cars in America. In fact, every car manufacturer produced models in this category. Even today, four-doors are popular on the market despite the SUV...
Most people have considered motorsports a man’s sport ever since the beginning of the automobile age. However, despite the domination of men in racing, there has always been a number of female racers who have proved girls can drive just as fast as boys and sometimes even faster. The most popular female racer today is...
Since the beginning of the automobile age, people have considered station wagons to be family cars. Car makers designed station wagons with practicality and comfort in mind. Their use was purely for transporting the kids and all their toys on a family vacation. Even though there were manufacturers who offered big block power in...