The myths surrounding Chrysler's Turbine cars were wild.
Tucker 1023 was burned beyond recognition.
Get it in writing.
Dubbed the Excelsior, Tucker's pickup of tomorrow never entered production. But imagine if it did.
You can hide your license plate from traffic cameras to avoid fines. But should you?
What you need to know to keep that warranty intact.
Will these always work? No. Can they work sometimes? Yes.
Lemon Laws fall on the manufacturer, with the dealer caught in the middle.
How do you keep prying eyes away from a car with a wing that can be seen from space?
You've likely heard of the Chrysler Turbine Car, but the company was far more invested in turbine tech than you thought.
Richard Petty was synonymous with Plymouth. But for one year in the 1960s, he abandoned them.
Think a Carfax can act as proof of fraud? You'd be wrong.
Ford's lawsuit against Cena goes beyond his alleged breach of the Ford GT's contract. Here's what it all means.
Ever wonder why there are two qualifiers for the Daytona 500? It's because of convertibles
Some Lemons are truly Lemons.
Today, the public can't even see NASCAR's rule book. That wasn't always the case.
Tuckers were designed to be far safer than any other car on the road. A rollover crash at Indianapolis proved that point.