It took decades to get a proper navigation system into cars. The first one you could buy, from Honda, was pretty terrible. But Mercedes had another navigation prototype in the 1980s. It used the power of magnets, and it looks even worse.
Marvin Askew bought this Datsun 1600 in 1971, changed the oil every 2,000 miles ever since, and today it’s still nice enough to sit in a museum. Listening to this guy talk about his truck will make you want to go outside and hug your car.
Sometimes no matter how much heart, soul, and money you flush down the greasy toilet that is your project car... the rust wins. When these guys grudgingly gave up on their 1957 Land Rover Series 1, the company secretly resorted it and you're gonna love seeing the owners' reaction when they get it back.
The 2015 Ram Laramie Limited is comfy as your favorite spot in the couch with the time-formed ass indent, but it'll never be as classy as this perfect original-spec 1961 Toyota Land Cruiser. Get closer to this preserved masterpiece in our gallery.
Before anyone even heard the name "Tacoma," Toyota was selling excellent little pickup trucks here in the US. Rising to fame as Marty McFly's dream ride in Back To The Future, the 1980's Toyota Truck is still an absolute icon and this one is nothing short of showroom-perfect, with just 23,351 miles on the odometer.