Trivia Jan, 09 to 15 France passes the first law regarding road maintenance in 1836; the work would be overseen by local governments in each municipality. Camille Jenatzy, a race driver, in 1899, is the first person to travel at over 100 km/h. He pilots the Cita, a futuristic electric car, reaching 105.88 km/h to
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Initially, Barb wasn’t thrilled with the Blue Oval truck. She was still hooked on the “bedded” Chevy toys that she had relied on over the years. But that sleek, black 1968 Ranchy soon became her main car, and she quickly realized that this Ford was one sweet ride. To Chuck, that car not only symbolized
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The 1960s was a very innovative time for classic muscle cars. From the space race to the evolution of the automobile, tech enthusiasm boomed, so automotive designers stepped up their game. Here’s a taste of the most iconic, quintessential cars of the 1960s. Ford Mustang The 1964 Mustang started a revolution. It’s
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It’s common for people to refer to any rear-wheel drive American performance car with a V8 as a ‘muscle car’, but is that always the case? Some would have you believe that ‘pony car’ is in many instances a more appropriate description. Since this is probably the lesser-known term, let’s look at its history. Full
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As a highlight of the third era of the American muscle cars, the Corvette had an impressive run; 1968 -1982. It was, therefore, apparent that the next release by GM would be cutting-edge. High expectations were rife with some Corvette enthusiasts anticipating a move to a mid-engine chassis to resemble the Italian exotics, while others