What’s wrong with this picture? At first glance you might say you don’t know. It is a mildly-customized, 1955 Ford F-Series (F-100) pickup with a “Flairside” bed (generically often referred to as a “step-side pickup”) with bulging fenders and a narrower bed. But aside from the obvious—custom wheels and tires and a lowered suspension—upon closer examination, what do you see that is unique to this modified pickup? (Answer at end of story.)
For nearly a century, these trucks were known by the family name of Dodge. Then, in 2009, Ram got rebellious and, as the folks at Ram division like to say, “unbundled” itself from Dodge, in the process becoming a brand of its own. Now, at the ripe old age of 10, the Ram brand is celebrating record sales, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles reports.
The 2020 Infiniti QX80 is sort of like Chewbacca in a tuxedo -- a hulking, nicely attired beast whose heart, generally speaking, is in the right place.
HAMPTON, Ga. — What with the whole sad and sobering fact that nobody who ever owned an Alabama driver’s license is racing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series these days, we have to rely on our neighbors to the east for sentimental homecoming stories.
Government and Talladega Super Speedway officials announced a $50 million infield transformation project to coincide with the track’s 50th anniversary next year.