The Ten Best Used Vehicles For Exploring The World

Near endless forum threads and email discussions surround the best used expedition vehicle choice, so we compiled a complete and complex group of options and then debated, tweaked and lined them up in order. This is not the 'safe' list of just Toyotas and Land Rovers, but a list that reflects vehicles available to… » 11/09/12 4:00pm 11/09/12 4:00pm

EcoRoamer: The High-Tech, Zombie-Proof Survival RV

With 46-inch tires and a diesel engine shared with construction equipment, the EcoRoamer looks and sounds terrifying. Its size belies its sophistication — it also uses a NASA-designed water-purifying system and broadcasts WiFi a mile-wide. Let's take a look inside. » 4/12/10 10:50am 4/12/10 10:50am

PCH, Senior Citizen Edition: 1917 Overland or 1938 Traction-Avant?

Was it the Muppets connection that grabbed an overwhelming 80/20 victory for the Studebaker Starlight Coupe over the 1929 Model A in yesterday's Choose Your Eternity poll? We may never know, because the past is behind us now. And, speaking of the past, how about a pair of cars from waaaaaay back for today's challenge?… » 2/20/08 5:02pm 2/20/08 5:02pm

Commenter Of The Day

Today was a close day. Lots of contenders vying for the temporary throne, but alas there can only be one. First runner up goes to the very handsome witty and difficult to type PETEJäYHAWK™ for his his double entendre interpretation of some PCH quotes: » 10/08/07 6:45pm 10/08/07 6:45pm

Can I get a ha ha? But that's not quite enough to win. Thanks to…

John North Willys, Automotive Pioneer

We once had a French roommate into hot rods and sportbikes. Given that he'd become an American citizen whose nation of birth had been liberated by men driving vehicles manufactured by a company founded and shepherded by one John North Willys, we always thought his prediliction toward referring to the company as "Willis"… » 5/18/07 12:00am 5/18/07 12:00am