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Many owners of vintage cars consider upgrading with a hydraulic clutch conversion kit. In this article, we look at the differences between hydraulic and mechanical clutches to see if it’s worth it for you.
A series of spyshots shows a prototype that’s likely the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1. What do we know about the Bullitt’s potential replacement?
Although most drivers don’t think twice about it, there are many differences between unibody and body-on-frame designs. Each has pros and cons, with body-on-frame vehicles standing out for their robust off-road capability.
The 1986 Ford Bronco and Bronco II introduced a lot of features that have made the two vehicles legends. ‘86 was the first year for the 2WD Bronco II, and the first year an electronic shift-on-the-fly system was available. It also marked one of the first years with overdrive capable transmissions.
Though the Wrangler’s robust build and top-off design are a huge part of its appeal, there are some downsides. Learn about how you can make your cabin a quieter, more enjoyable place to be.
The Ford Bronco’s first-generation ended in 1977. The Bronco made that year showed what Ford had learned through the years and combined the best specs and features. Here’s everything that made the 1977 Bronco remarkable, and why it’s so collectible today.
If you're into serious drag racing, then the Coyote Werewolf might be the perfect engine for you. While it shares many features with other Coyote engines, and will be compatible with Coyote bolt-on modifications, the Werewolf has one key difference: A cast-iron block. Early estimates show that this engine should be capable of handling up to 2,000 horsepower.
Learn about Ford’s first foray into the electric vehicle mass market, the Mustang Mach-E crossover EV. Inspired by the Mustang, this new model has generated a lot of buzz with its design and performance.
On slippery roads, traction control can help you avoid a nasty accident. But if you’re interested in drag racing, drifting, or off-roading, you may need to disable traction control. Understanding how traction control works can help you determine when you should and shouldn’t have it on.
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