This week's Muscle Car Of The Week from The Brothers Collection is a super-rare 1970 1/2 Pontiac Trans Am, complete with the Ram Air IV 400 cube V8 and Muncie 4-speed transmission!
It was revealed in the fall that Mercedes Benz would debut their first pickup truck. Named the X-Class it was unraveled as a concept car. A year later and the day all Mercedes enthusiasts have been waiting for has arrived.
The X-Class has officially made its debut. The new X-Class series has a domineering 1920mm x 5340mm body using an all-wheel drive (AWD) system. The vehicle has four engine offerings: two four-cylinder diesels, a four-cylinder gas engine, and a V6 diesel. It’ll also be offered in both rear and all-wheel drive with a six-speed manual transmission or a seven-speed automatic, respectively.
The Mercedes-Benz X-Class will be available in three variants: The PURE basic variant for classic robust use, PROGRESSIVE for a higher quality feel and comfort, and POWER as the high-end variant for urban lifestyles. The vehicle is also capable of carrying cargo up to 1.1 tons with a drag force of 3.5 tons. The X-Class has a more luxurious interior compared to its G-Class wagon, flaunting a wide and open feel, including a freestanding central 8.4-inch display, in conjunction with the command online multimedia system. For more check out the website to see more pictures and to hear from what Mercedes has to say.
This week, we have a special car for Mopar fans from the Brothers Collection. This is the very first 1969 Plymouth Road Runner A12 446 Pack ever built! This was the pilot car used by Chrysler to promote the A 12 Roadrunner package, and it has been called the "Wayward Beeper."
Every Camaro lover knows the story of the phenomenal 1969 ZL1. Born out of the success of Jim Hall's Chaparral/Chevrolet aluminum big-blocks in the Can Am series, the all-aluminum 1969 ZL1 was based on the legendary Corvette iron block/iron heads L88, but updated with goodies like open chamber heads that moved cubic tons of volume and made enormous horsepower and torque.
What's more fun in the summer than riding your ATV? There's pretty much nothing better, which is why we compiled some pretty compelling reasons for you to make some time to get out there and quench your need for speed. No excuses! You deserve to have some fun.
Taking the batteries from the BMW i3s, Torqeedo has equipped its speed boats with high-capacity electric technology. The project claims to offer the highest energy density available in boating, providing 160 horsepower to the watercrafts.
Owning a boat is a great source of joy; with the right care and cleaning regiment, your boat can last for years of on-the-water fun. However, using improper techniques can actually cause unintentional damage to your boat. In the information below, we’ll go over some of the best methods for how to clean your boat so you can enjoy it for seasons to come.
We can’t always keep our cars in the safety of our garages. But luckily, there’s still a way to keep your vehicle protected. Car covers are a great solution for outdoor parking, long term storage, and are even useful as added protection when parking indoors. But do car covers work? Yes, but only if they’re made from quality material and designed specifically for your vehicle. In this post, we’ll go over some of the best reasons to buy a car cover as well as some of the key features you should look for when shopping:
Using the right boat covers do more than just protect your boat from the elements. It can also help prevent dents, scratches and dings caused by factors outside your control, keep out bugs, critters and bird droppings, and reduce overall cleaning time before launching. Additionally, a good boat cover can cut repair and replacement costs, prevent casual theft of parts and equipment (e.g. electronics, outboards, and outdrives), ensure a longer boat life and enhance its resale value.