Too big to fail (the Ford Excursion story) The Ford Excursion is an interesting, unique, and absurdist automobile. Upon its introduction in 1999, for the 2000 model year, it was one of the largest, heaviest&hellip
Even highly credible sources can have stupid opinions. I was searching Haggertys’ archives today for evidence to support the argument that a different GM sports car from the early 2000s wouldn’t be a classic, and&hellip
We’ve come a long way In 1990, buying a 10-year-old car or engine swap all but guaranteed that you would be purchasing some carbureted, Clean-Air-Act-choked, Malaise Monstrosity. If you wanted to perform an engine swap,&hellip
I recently did a quick write-up with my opinions on why such great used cars can be purchased so cheap. It’s a relatively new fad, and it’s not going anywhere. But what if you want said cheap,&hellip
Convertible SUVs (or ATSUVs) are some of the automotive worlds’ greatest, most counter-intuitive inventions. Here are some that are a little more unusual than your typical Jeep Wrangler or Bronco.
You should buy an original, classic 4Runner before its value skyrockets The market for the classic SUV (especially ATSUVs – or Alternative-Top SUVs) is exploding right now. Each popular model that can be daily driven or&hellip
ATSUV: A phrase/acronym that is made up, probably by me, to signify an SUV (sport-utility vehicle) with an alternative topping method. Or, an Alternative-Top SUV. Examples include some models of Ford Bronco, Chevy K5 Blazer, the&hellip
When I got the idea to research/write this (25 seconds ago, as I came up with phrasing for a title), I didn’t know the answer. And since I haven’t done any of the research yet,&hellip