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The Forgotten Trans-Am …

I own a "forgotten year" second generation (1970-1981)  Trans Am. A '76 TA, in Carousel Red with Honeycomb rims. The early Second Gen cars - 1970-73 especially - get most of the...

2011 Hyundai Sonata

When the 2011 Sonata appeared in my driveway, shiny black and handsome-looking - I initially thought it was the Genesis, Hyundai's top-of-the-line sedan. It's that easy to mistake the $19k (to start)...

How to Bleed Brakes

“Bleeding” the brakes just means purging air from inside the lines, master cylinder and wheel cylinders. If the brake pedal feels spongy - especially after you’ve done brake work that involved...

Pros and Cons of Alternative Fuels

At the dawn of the automobile age, gasoline was the up and coming "alternative fuel" - vying with electric batteries and steam power. Gas ultimately won out, of course. But now...

Car Buying Tips You May Not Have Heard About

Search around the Net and you'll find page after page of car-buying tips; many are good - some you may already know. Here are a few that you might not have...

2011 Lexus GX460

Why would anyone spend fifty grand on a 4WD luxury SUV? It seems nutty to some of us. After all, you might scratch the paint or get dirt on those nice thick-piled...

Hitler’s Mercedes…

Here's a classic car with one not-so-careful former owner whose historical logbook is blacker than the tires. In the days of the Third Reich, Adolf Hitler preened and waved at the faithful...

What’s Gonna Happen. . . ?

How do you think this - the current crisis - is going to play out? Will the economy "recover" and everything go back to normal? Will the economy continue to deteriorate, even collapse...

Classic Car “Accessories”

Last weekend I took my old Pontiac to a car show. It's a pretty reliable beast given it's pushing 40 years old. But it is pushing 40 years old and stuff...

Maybe Those Old 85 MPH Speedos Made Sense….

What's the point of all these 160 mph speedometers? Almost every new car I test drive (including four-cylinder economy cars) has a speedometer that reads to at least 120 mph. 140 is common;...
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