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  • Canadian Tire’s Ice Truck: This Silverado’s Like a Frozen Rock
    Cool truck, eh? A modern marvel indeed, this is the Canadian Tire Corporation’s Ice Truck, powered by a MotoMaster Eliminator Ultra AGM (Absorbed Glass Mat) battery. - Read More
    Canadian Tire’s Ice Truck: This Silverado’s Like a Frozen Rock
  • Customize Your 2015 Cadillac Escalade
    Cadillac has introduced a website where you can customize a virtual 2015 Cadillac Escalade while learning more about the interior, exterior, technology, performance, specifications, and color package details of this all-new fullsize luxury SUV. - Read More
    Customize Your 2015 Cadillac Escalade
  • Conti Girls Gone Wild
    If you’ve ever been to an automotive-related trade show, you know that good lookin’ ladies in the booths are a regular occurrence. - Read More
    Conti Girls Gone Wild
  • 2014 “Cheap” Truck Roundup: Less Is More
    Are the days of the short bed, standard cab V8 full size truck with a minimal trim package nearly gone? While it may be presumptuous to assume “yes” to this question, it is becoming more and more difficult to get that ideal “stripped truck” perfect for customizing and off-roading. - Read More
    2014 “Cheap” Truck Roundup: Less Is More
  • New Book: The Art of Welding, Featuring Ryan Friedlinghaus of West Coast Customs
    Ryan Friedlinghaus from West Coast Customs and Pimp my Ride TV shows gives readers the complete insight on learning the skill of welding. - Read More
    New Book: The Art of Welding, Featuring Ryan Friedlinghaus of West Coast Customs
  • Report: Next Ford F-150 Potentially Delayed Due to Aluminum Issues
    According to a report from Truth About Cars, citing suppliers close to the matter, the launch of the next 2015 Ford F-150 could be delayed by as much as three months due to aluminum forming issues. - Read More
    Report: Next Ford F-150 Potentially Delayed Due to Aluminum Issues
  • Status Symbol: Top Three Most Expensive Trucks in America
    Taking these build price estimates into account, it could be said that fully-loaded GM, Ram, and Ford heavy duty trucks are $70,000-$75,000 status symbols of their own, wrapped in comfortable plush leather interiors, filled with high-end technology, and complete with phenomenal towing capacity. - Read More
    Status Symbol: Top Three Most Expensive Trucks in America
  • 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe: A Designer Tour
    This pair of Chevrolet videos depicts the all-new 2015 Chevy Tahoe’s interior and exterior from the Lead Designers’ points-of-view, offering a unique insight into these vehicles. - Read More
    2015 Chevrolet Tahoe: A Designer Tour
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