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365 HP, Outrageous Looks: New Kia Stinger GT Tested! 365 HP, Outrageous Looks: New Kia Stinger GT Tested!
- That the Kia Stinger looks as outrageously low and mean as it does is perhaps our highest praise for the new four-door sport hatch. Few and far between are cars that survive the bureaucracy-filled odyssey from show stand to showroom without suffering character-killing dilution. Yet the production...
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Plymouth Air Radial Truck: Aircraft Inspired, Aircraft Powered Plymouth Air Radial Truck: Aircraft Inspired, Aircraft Powered
- We’re a bit late to this radical Plymouth pickup truck powered by a radial aircraft engine—it was covered by other publications last year—but this year’s SEMA show marks our first encounter. Dubbed the Plymouth Air Radial Truck, it was created by the Colorado Auto & Parts wrecking yard...
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Selling an Unsellable Car? Here’s How Selling an Unsellable Car? Here’s How
- How do you sell the truly undesirable, unsellable car? Take, for example, a 23-year-old Plymouth minivan that is missing both rear seats and has more than 219,000 miles on it. Who would pay money for that? You may be surprised. A lot of people are on the lookout for vehicles shunned by the masses....
Selling an Unsellable Car? Here’s How »
The Spirit of ’76: A Big Country Requires a Big Wagon, Like This Plymouth Gran Fury The Spirit of ’76: A Big Country Requires a Big Wagon, Like This Plymouth Gran Fury
- In the mid-1970s, with sport-utility vehicles and vans still operating on the fringes of the market, the station wagon was the vehicle of choice for motoring through great swaths of this great land. And, as far as size was concerned, 1976 was the high-water mark for the biggest domestic-brand wagons—cars...
The Spirit of ’76: A Big Country Requires a Big Wagon, Like This Plymouth Gran Fury »
2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Driven: Truly Italian 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Driven: Truly Italian
- Italian-ness. We know it when we see it, and when we don’t it’s often in a Fiat Chrysler product. When stepping into a Maserati Ghibli to find a Chrysler touchscreen and switchgear, for instance, we get the sinking feeling that our Italian experience has just taken an Olive Garden turn. Some...
2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia Driven: Truly Italian »
Pacing, Furiously: This ’65 Plymouth on eBay Is a Lesser-Known Indy Pace Car Pacing, Furiously: This ’65 Plymouth on eBay Is a Lesser-Known Indy Pace Car
- This weekend, a Chevrolet Camaro will be pacing the 2016 Indianapolis 500, a not terribly surprising circumstance given that the past dozen years have seen either a Camaro or a Corvette in that role. And, of course, both models have often spun off Indy Pace Car replicas, making them a not uncommon...
Pacing, Furiously: This ’65 Plymouth on eBay Is a Lesser-Known Indy Pace Car »
Car and Driver Tested: The Quickest Cars from the 1950s to Today Car and Driver Tested: The Quickest Cars from the 1950s to Today
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Car and Driver Tested: The Quickest Cars from the 1950s to Today »
Alternate Take: Maybe the Plymouth Prowler Wasn’t a Pointless Retro Rod After All Alternate Take: Maybe the Plymouth Prowler Wasn’t a Pointless Retro Rod After All
-The Plymouth Prowler doesn’t have a sterling reputation in the automotive press. At the time of its 1997 debut, it was criticized for packing a 3.5-liter V-6 in a body that screamed for a V-8; today, its Syd Mead retrofuture styling has gone out of vogue. By the time it was discontinued in 2002,...
Alternate Take: Maybe the Plymouth Prowler Wasn’t a Pointless Retro Rod After All »
Advertising the 1970s: These Car Ads Define a Nation Desperately Trying to Enjoy Itself Advertising the 1970s: These Car Ads Define a Nation Desperately Trying to Enjoy Itself
- As the revolutionary social climate of the 1960s began to lose steam under the weight of its own idealism, the once razor-sharp line between the counterculture and straight-laced America began to blur. By the time we hit the ’70s, the two had melded into an avocado-and-burnt-orange-hued decade...
Advertising the 1970s: These Car Ads Define a Nation Desperately Trying to Enjoy Itself »
These Are the “America” Cars These Are the “America” Cars
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These Are the “America” Cars »

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