This EL-series Ford Fairmont was left for dead on the side of a country road in rural Australia.
Italian steel and Australian humidity don’t mix.
This holiday-themed Vauxhall 14J is ending its days as yard art in southeastern Australia.
This is the only Chrysler Valiant Ute we spotted during our three-week trip to Australia.
We’d take the white Mini and one of the utes. How about you?
Car-based vans have been incredibly popular in Europe and abroad since the end of World War II. Generally cheaper to buy, register and insure than larger commercial vehicles, these city-friendly vans and pickup trucks have been widely used as delivery vehicles, work mules and passenger haulers over the past couple of decades. Almost every automaker …
Badge-engineering is one of the best ways to illustrate the microeconomics concept of economies of scale. Simply put, the average cost of each unit goes down as quantity goes up. Selling the rights to a car or even to a component like a chassis or an engine can save automakers a substantial amount money in …