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What are Hybrid Trucks?

Hybrid cars are all the rage in today’s automotive world. Their fuel efficiency simply can’t be topped, and it’s causing a lot of drivers to make the switch. But the majority of hybrids are sedans or hatchbacks, which can’t stand up to the functionality that certain people need from their vehicle for their everyday working […]

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Early HEMI Engines: From Mild To Wild

In 1951, Chrysler engineers were seeking fuel economy and engine durability rather than high output when they designed a new V-8 motor known as the HEMI, because the combustion chamber was machined into the shape of a half dome or hemisphere. This was the first HEMI engine in an American car. The intake and exhaust […]

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D.C. Wheels: Cars of the Washington Power Brokers

Remember Scott Brown, who rode his ‘05 GMC Canyon pickup to the Senate seat of the late Ted Kennedy? He wasn’t the only politician identified by his choice of wheels, nor the only one who choice was a truck. Former Senator Fred Thompson, a lobbyist and an actor best known for his role in TV’s […]

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