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History of the Chevrolet Corvette

The Chevrolet Corvette is easily a favorite American sports car and likely the first one most people think of. The Corvette has been in production for 65 years, starting its journey on June 30, 1953, when the first Corvette was manufactured in Flint, Michigan. So far, at least 1.5 million Corvettes have been made in... Read more »
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History of the VW Bus

Few vehicles are as iconic around the world as the VW Bus, also known as the VW Camper, Transporter, Kombi, or Type 2, depending on where you live. This... read more
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History of the Ford Bronco

Few vehicles are as iconic as the Ford Bronco, especially if you’re interested in SUVs. Following Ford’s announcement that the Bronco will be making a return in 2020, interest... read more
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History of the Jeep Wrangler

Just the name “Jeep” evokes images of four-wheeling, off-road adventures, or, to some generations, even war. The Jeep has become such a cultural icon that some tend to lump... read more
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History of the Toyota Camry

The name “Camry” is a phonetic, Anglicized form of the Japanese word kanmuri, meaning “crown.” Toyota has a tradition of naming its primary model cars with variations on the... read more