This Oklahoma tornado survivor toughed out last month's devastating storm, and amazingly, so did his car.
Moore resident Jack Haden made it throug...
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Well, this is one way to use a car!
Latemodel Restoration, an online Ford Mustang parts and accessories store, tweeted a photo Monday of a marriage...
There is nothing quite like that first drive of summer with the top down. In honor of that tradition, Total Car Score has put together a list showcasing seasonal vehicles that are synonymous with summer fun.
Oh, and that 1976 Eldorado that was supposed to represent the "last convertible" 36 years ago? They aren't worth a million bucks yet, but low-mileage examples can command upwards of $50,000.
DALLAS -- Decades after a heart condition forced him to retire from racing, Carroll Shelby still loved to drive muscle cars. Well into his 80s, the le...
Mom didn't just grocery shop; she'd buy entire cows from the local farmer. She didn't just bake; she'd have mornings where she would produce chocolate chip cookies by the hundreds.
I can't remember the exact date I took my wedding rings off, but I know it was sometime late last summer when I'd been a widow about four months.
Growing up in the ‘60s and ‘70s meant cruising the streets on a warm summer night or watching a flick at the moonlit drive-in with your special so...
During the past year, General Motors went bankrupt, Chrysler found itself owned by Italy's Fiat. Yet Ford seems to be hitting home runs, knocking them out of the park with regularity.
The 2010 Ford Taurus' shifter system is more than acceptable and adds some unexpected but welcome panache for the driver who wants to think he's in something better and sportier than, er, a Taurus.
This year the big news is, much to the chagrin of car-makers and their PR people worldwide, about GM and their ongoing leadership problems.
Though Goldfinger looks almost sedate compared to today's jittery, mashed-up action pictures, editor Peter Hunt's work 45 years ago, emphasizing fast hard cuts, was an innovation.
Congress could throw hundreds of billions at GM, Ford and Chrysler -- but how could the results be any different from what we see now?'
In yet another sign of these perilous automotive times, GM has closed its High Performance Vehicle Operations unit.
Monday brought three conference calls, each about an hour, with executives from each of the Detroit Three announcing, dissecting and, most of all, spi...
The only other time the industry has seen a 3-million (or more) unit plunge was following the 1974 oil shortage.
In a major win for all consumers, Democrats in the House of Representatives voted Thursday to put Rep. Henry Waxman of California in charge of a key p...
From the fireworks in DC this week, you might think the auto crisis is out of your hands, but we're all complicit: government, CEOs, autoworkers, the public.
There's good news, bad news and -- finally -- some smart, encouraging news by and for American drivers.
It should make headlines, but it won't. The news: the first major captive import vehicle-maker from China has opened its Oklahoma doors and started-up its assembly line.
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