Road Tripping In A Gas Guzzler Is The Only Way To Go

In the past, the large American V8 was considered a symbol of freedom and the open road. But today, the muscly gas guzzlers are vilified as enemies of the future and a road block in the way of the good ship progress. » 9/20/12 5:30pm 9/20/12 5:30pm

The Greatest Ad For A Lawyer In The History Of Lawyering

Nothing says American freedom like destroying a car. So if you're a freedom loving American who wants a freedom loving lawyer to defend your freedom, look no further than Austin, Texas-based criminal defense attorney Adam Reposa. » 9/05/12 10:00am 9/05/12 10:00am

GM Recalls 36,413 Police Impalas Over Serious Crash Risk

After receiving complaints from several police departments that lower control arms had cracked on a number of 2008-2012 police spec Impalas, General Motors pulled the trigger on a recall, offering to replace the lower control arms on more than 36,000 vehicles free of charge. » 8/13/12 2:20pm 8/13/12 2:20pm

If You Could Build A Car For Bank Robbery, What Would It Be?

That's the question Trenton New Jersey's Sean Rich asked, as he set upon his 1973 Chevrolet Chevelle. He was already half-way there; the early '70s marked Detroit's most sinister-looking half-decade, with the Chevelle sharing its ominous styling with dead-mobster rides like the Lincoln Continental MkIV, Buick Boattail … » 6/29/12 3:30pm 6/29/12 3:30pm