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The Ford Model T Changed The Automotive World

by The Pit Boss

American automobile history can thank Henry Ford for its sterling reputation.

To say Henry Ford was a revolutionary figure in the automotive industry would be a massive understatement. Industrialist, business magnate, sponsor of the development of the assembly line technique: many businesses across the world owe a tip of the cap to him. It was the Model T, however, that made the Ford name synonymous with innovation.

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Model Overview: 2017 Jeep Wrangler Sport Reviews and Specs

by The Pit Boss

Review of the 2017 Jeep Wrangler Sport

A sporty and durable Jeep Wrangler tackling boulders and tough terrain is closely tied with most mental images of off-road vehicles, and it is perhaps one of the most popular and iconic off-road vehicles in the automotive world. 

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Model Overview: 2010 Dodge Ram 2500 Reviews and Specs

by The Pit Boss

Review of the 2010 Dodge Ram 2500

Talk about heavy-duty, the Dodge Ram-2500 is as heavy-duty a pickup truck as it comes. This behemoth of a vehicle was named Motor Trend’s Truck of the Year in 2010 and for good reason.  

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A Salute To the Jeep Wrangler’s Military Backbone

by Wes

The American military Jeep: the vehicle that truly stands alone.

When you think of iconic vehicles, there are a handful that certainly come to mind. The Jeep Wrangler should definitely be included in the list. Its history and look is closely associated with the U.S. military, specifically World War II. 

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Model Overview: 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser Reviews and Specs

by The Pit Boss

Review of the 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser

One of Toyota’s most daring vehicles (and one of its biggest) hit the production line in 2005. During the FJ Cruiser's production, it was one of Toyota’s best sellers but ultimately met its demise in 2015 due to an overwhelming demand for fuel-efficient vehicles as opposed to a gas-guzzler. 

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