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Ford Motor Company

The Last True Leader – Lee Iacocca: Oct 15 1924 – July 2 2019

Lee Iacocca is a man who brought Chrysler back from the brink and behind the Ford Mustang. Here is the story of this great leader we lost on July 2, 2019. As much as we bemoan the crossover, drastic changes to famous nameplates, and anything else we can complain about when it comes to our […]

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Keeping Them On the Road – A Tour of United Pacific Industries

Factory original parts are great, but most older cars don’t have factory support anymore. Fortunately, companies like United Pacific Industries help keep these classic cars going where the factory no longer exists. While I was there to shoot the feature on the 1932 Ford Pickup, which features many of their own products including the body, […]

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Proof of Concept – United Pacific’s 1932 Ford Pickup

When it comes to hot rods, there isn’t much out there that can beat the looks of a 1932 Ford Coupe or Roadster. Well, except maybe a 1932 Ford Pickup. This version is a proof of concept made by United Pacific as they have launched their line of 32 Ford restoration parts. While you may […]

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Rod-riguez – A JDM Hot Rod

While Japan is the land of advanced four-banger engines and drifting, there is a culture they take very seriously. Hot rodding in the land of the rising sun is just as impressive as what we have here in the US and Rod-riguez is just one of those amazing examples at the Hot Wheels 50th Kick-Off […]

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My Take On The Potential New Ford Bronco

It’s the most requested vehicle to be brought back by fans of the Blue Oval since the reinvention of the Mustang and Ranger, but should we really expect a true Wrangler fighter? Ford has teased that the Bronco would make its return since the 2004 Detroit Auto Show, a full 14 years and two-months since […]

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Twin Traction Beam Action – An Into TTBs With an Ultra4 Rig

So, I have taken some interest in the Mistress Racing 4400 rig of Matt Burkett. What makes this unusual from the word go is the fact that it is a Twin Traction Beam front end and for one other reason. When I first watched Matt take the 49 up Chocolate Thunder during the Nitto Tire […]

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Crossover Compact Overview – 2018 NAIAS

Here’s my look at the Crossovers and compact SUVs you’ll find in mall parking lots and soccer games that debuted at the 2018 North American International Auto Show. I also take a look at concepts from the show. Crossover – a term to describe most modern compact SUVs you see across the US today. These […]

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Domestic New Truck Round-Up – 2018 NAIAS

Carbage may not be at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). However, that doesn’t mean I can’t find a way to talk about the new trucks launched by Detroit’s Big Three. The 2018 NAIAS is upon us and with that, auto manufacturers from around the world who are displaying in Detroit’s Cobo Hall are […]

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The Ford F-150 Will Get A Diesel in Spring of 2018

When Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) launched the Ram 1500 with its diesel engine, we all knew Ford would eventually respond. It finally has. Ford has opened a new option box for Ford F-150 buyers in 2018. Come spring time this year, the ever-popular F-150 will finally get its very own 3.0-liter Power Stroke diesel V6. […]

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AutoVloggin’ – Carbage at the LA Auto Show

So, while I’m recovering from this cold, or flu, or whatever it is that’s making me sore, cranky, causing my nose run, and ruin my voice for video work – I’ve decided to go ahead and edit the collection of videos I did at the LA Auto Show, also known as Automobility LA. Video These […]

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