American Cars

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American Cars covers the gamut of hot rodding with an unrivaled mix of technical information, industry commentary, and new trends. We go inside the shops, behind the scenes at the races, and one on one with the people who made muscle car history. * American Cars * Muscle Cars * Barn Finds * Rat Rods * Drag Cars * Land Speed Racing * Hot Rods * Sizzling New Show Cars * Classic Muscle * Show and Event Coverage

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Note: this article adopts the U.S. Department of Transportation's definition of a passenger vehicle, to mean a car or truck, used for passengers, excluding buses and trains. The United States is home to the second largest passenger vehicle market of any country in the world, second now to China. Overall, there were an estimated 263.6 million registered vehicles in the United States in 2015, most of which were passenger vehicles. This number, along with the average age of vehicles, has increased steadily since 1960. The United States is also home to three large vehicle manufacturers: General Motors, Ford Motor Company, and Chrysler, which have historically been referred to as the "Big Three". Wikipedia


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