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Icon puts original Ford Bronco back into production

Follow Jeff A new Ford Bronco is coming. An old one is on its way as well though, thanks to Jonathan Ward and his firm Icon. The truck is called the Old School BR, and it’s a first-generation Ford Bronco buillt virtually from scratch. It’s also better than any Bronco that ever left the Ford

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Jay Leno drives the original Bullitt Mustang alongside the 2019

Follow Jeff [embedded content] Mustang fans the world over rejoiced earlier this year when the original 1968 Mustang from the movie “Bullitt” resurfaced. At the same time, Ford showed off a brand-new 2019 Mustang Bullitt. Jay Leno trekked to the Ford Proving Grounds to take a look at both cars for this episode of “Jay

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Ruf SCR bows in Geneva as homage to the original

Ruf, which made a name for itself producing highly tuned Porsches decades ago, no longer relies exclusively on Porsche platforms but still adheres to its time-tested mantra: add power, subtract weight. The 2018 Ruf SCR is no different, and it’s a salute to the original SCR, which debuted 40 years ago this year. The company

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Jurassic G-Class: Mercedes-Benz encases original model to mark SUV's second coming

As of Friday, locals passing by Detroit’s Cobo Hall, where the Detroit auto show takes place, will see something mighty peculiar. To mark the introduction of the second-generation Mercedes-Benz G-Class as a 2019 model the brand has constructed a 49-ton synthetic resin display with a 1979 G-Class wagon inside it. We could say it’s of

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Original Volkswagen Beetle stops by 'Jay Leno's Garage'

Follow Jeff [embedded content] There’s something special about a classic machine. It gets even more special when you’re staring down a vehicle that hasn’t felt the tools and paint kits that come along with a restoration. An original runner is a glorious sight to behold, and one recently stopped by “Jay Leno’s Garage” to pay

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The original muscle car pulls into Jay Leno's Garage

Follow Jeff [embedded content] In the early 1960s, the top brass at General Motors Company [NYSE:GM] put a stop to any of its motorsports programs. There was to be no involvement with racing from any of its divisions. This initially seemed like it might be a tough move for the likes of Pontiac but the

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