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Classic Broncos reach ICON status

Jonathan Ward, CEO of California-based ICON, sells refurbished and modernized classic 1960s-era Ford Broncos for between $175,000 and $230,000 - and says he can't keep up with demand.  » READ
 

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Enzo Ferrari's Hollywood horsepower

 

Post-Piech, VW's Phaeton gets delayed

 

Rare mascots are something to crow about

 

Mobility for Tesla? Musk isn't saying -- or is he?

 

Cruise extravaganza is a dream for Dodge

 

Getting behind the gap in public, private dealership profits

 

Inferno aftermath

 

Signs dealership throughput is nearing a peak

 

What a difference a Trump -- and a day -- can make for Ford

 

CarPlay and Android Auto: They're not just for millennials

 

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Crossover sales still cruising ahead

 

June's EV leader? Guess again

 

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July's secret sauce? There's 'Nothing bad happening'

 

After 1 billion calls, oh, the stories OnStar can tell

 

Aging vehicles may shift the aftermarket sweet spot

 

Nissan store takes a factory lump after Trump thump video

 

In Bob Lutz's crystal ball, Apple, Google may win

 

1,100-hp supercar's problem? 'Too powerful'

 

Why Hall-of-Famer Penske did not succeed Iacocca

 

Pickups are picking up premium price tags

 

Driverless driving induces a range of anxiety on road

 

Energy prices, flood waters are no match for Group 1

 

A car that dropped in from the future

 

Defender's last stand gets an extension

 

Marchionne: There are believers, but critics miss the point

 

Hachigo holding out for a Civic Type R

 

Subaru stacks up aces across its lucky 7 years

 

Rearview camera was one of Jordan's nifty tricks in '56

 

The one man who could make Piech snap to attention

 

Even Accord can't keep up with the CR-V

 

What other deals will Kanye foresee?

 

UAW wages may be flat, but workers' pay is up

 

Google Maps will sound train whistle

 

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Car guy Lutz still has the vision for flying high

 

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Kirk, Lee and the one that got away

 

Mehari could be Citroen's comeback kid

 

Consolidation is key? How to explain Nissan?

 

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The setup that saved de Gaulle may be history

 

The compact crossover takes the king down a notch