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Each year, auto manufacturers issue about 500 recalls. Most of them are small, inexpensive, easy to repair and not terrifying at all. These are not those recalls.
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Henry Ford didn't just build cars — he totally revolutionized the process, inventing new systems and methods that are still in use today. But is everything you've heard about the man accurate?
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The 1964 NASCAR Grand National season marked the introduction of Chrysler's Hemi engine which brought more speed and danger to the track. Cars could now travel up to 175 mph! View the season highlights and the final standings in this season recap.
The Simca Special was designed by Virgil Exner, Jr., son of Chrysler's legendary 1950s styling chief. His "wedge look" catapulted Chrysler from the design doldrums into its first legitimate reign as design leader. Read about the Simca Special.