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225 horsepower, all-wheel-drive, and a 6-speed

225 horsepower, all-wheel-drive, and a 6-speed.

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'I expect that I'll still be driving the car until there's nothing left of me'

Irv Gordon was perhaps the world's most famous Volvo owner.

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Set to debut at the Guangzhou Auto Show

Set to debut at the Guangzhou Auto Show.

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Including the Gladiator, a name that is likely to be revived

With news hot off the presses that Jeep is likely to revive the Gladiator name for its upcoming Wrangler-based pickup truck, we take a look back at Jeep's history of building trucks.

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The first of Classic Recreations' line of classic muscle-era Mustangs

The first of Classic Recreations' line of classic muscle-era Mustangs.

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Mazda's automotive misfits helped spawn brand's most popular vehicles

Mazda's automotive misfits helped spawn brand's most popular vehicles

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His life's journey from a Dodge Dart to one of the world's most desired cars

His life's journey from a Dodge Dart to one of the world's most desired cars.

High hopes for Ranger and Bronco profits from historic factory

Automaker hopes that Ranger and Bronco production will boost its bottom line.

Isuzu-built Spectrum became a Geo halfway through 1988 model year

Another adventure in GM/Isuzu badge engineering, the Chevrolet Spectrum became the Geo Spectrum during the 1988 model year, making the Chevy-badged cars real rarities. Here's one in a California self-service wrecking yard.

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Included is a 1960 Datsun Fairlady Roadster

Included is a 1960 Datsun Fairlady Roadster.

Made when real trucks came from Fort Wayne, Indiana

International Harvester Scouts sold very well in Colorado, and used-up examples still show up in Colorado wrecking yards. Here's a '77 in a Denver-area yard.

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From the tail end of the era when small wagons with manual transmissions were mainstream.

A rare manual-transmission-equipped 1994 Toyota Corolla station wagon, spotted in a Denver self-service wrecking yard.

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The first model year of Ford's wildly successful Taurus

The first model year of Ford's wildly successful Taurus.

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The tiny Mazda-built subcompact, still in production in Iran and Venezuela

The tiny Mazda-built subcompact, still in production in Iran and Venezuela.

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Remember the Circuit de Charade at Clermont-Ferrand? Jaguar does

Remember the Circuit de Charade at Clermont-Ferrand? Jaguar does.

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The 1948 Lotus Mark I has been lost since the 1950s

Lotus Cars wants to find the first Lotus ever built, the 1948 Mark I built by Colin Chapman himself.

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A very clean Electra Park Avenue, about to be crushed in Denver

A low-mile 1990 Buick Electra Park Avenue in a Denver self-service wrecking yard.

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The event, the people, and most of all the cars

The event, the people, and most of all the cars.

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1996 was the final year for Camry wagons in North America.

1996 was the final year for Camry wagons in North America.

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This car survived several normal lifetimes before its retirement in Colorado.

With a homemade back window, field-expedient rust repair, and better than 300,000 miles on the clock, this mean-looking 1993 Honda Civic has some stories to tell.

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