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Check Out This Completely Custom 1979 Harvester Scout II

If you like Broncos, Jeeps, or Vintage Blazers that is pretty cool, but common. However, if you want to be unique and not part of the crowd, the 1979 International Harvester Scout II is definitely the way to go.

If you don't mind denting your wallet, this cool ride goes for a starting price of $299,000. You could choose to either get this or go for the McLaren 720S. The International Harvester Scout II is being displayed by Velocity Restoration of Pensacola. This is the latest off-road project done by Velocity. This car is ready for sale to anyone willing to give it a home. This ride took the creative mechanics at Velocity 1,500 hours to restore it bringing it back to its former glory.

The Scout II was found abandoned in an oil field in Texas rotting away. The Velocity Restoration team stripped it and started restoring it from the frame working their way in. With brand new upholstery and an improved powertrain, this orange ride could not look better.

The Scout now runs on an upgraded LS3 6.2-liter V-8 engine that produces 430 horsepower and 424-pound-feet of torque,

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2019 Silverado High Country: Complete Photo Gallery

Feast your eyes on the very first real-world photos of the 2019 Silverado High Country as the range-topping truck took to the paved (and un-paved) roads of Wyoming during the media drive last week, attended by GM Authority.

Specifically, the three 2019 Silverado High Country models seen here are coated in Summit White, Silver Ice Metallic and Black (for the model towing the trailer).

The 2019 Silverado High Country is the highest trim level of the all-new Silverado 1500 and is highlighted by the following features:

  • An exclusive front grille design with two-tone chrome and bronze finish
  • Body-color accents (such as bumpers and mirror caps)
  • Chrome assist steps from wheel to wheel (which can be upgraded to the power-retractable and rearward articulating steps)
  • Power up/down tailgate as standard equipment
  • Dual exhaust outlets integrated with the rear bumper
  • 20-inch painted aluminum wheels with machined face and Light Argent pockets (RPO Code NZJ)
  • Plus a bevy of standard features that are either optional or simply not available on other trims

The interior of this model is finished in Jet Black with wood accents. All 2019 Silverado High Country models feature leather-appointed seating. The rear seat includes a full-width bench with seatback storage on the left and right sides, a center fold out armrest with two cupholders and under-seat storage that runs the full cab width. The under-seat storage is accessible by lifting/folding the 60/40 folding bench seat.

Under the hood is the standard 5.3L V8 L84 engine making 355 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque. The motor is part of the second-generation EcoTec3 engine family and features Dynamic Fuel Management technology, which enables the engine to operate in 17 different patterns between 2 and 8 cylinders, depending on demand, to optimize power delivery

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GMC Reveals New Graphite Editions for the GMC Yukon

Aug 16, 2018

GMC has gifted the Yukon with yet another special edition trim

As SUVs become increasingly popular among motorists, the number of special edition trims for those utility vehicles has only continued to rise. This is especially true for the GMC brand, which already possesses an extensive line of luxurious Denali models.

In fact, GMC is ready to release yet another special edition model for its Yukon vehicle. Earlier this week, GMC revealed the 2019 GMC Yukon Graphite Editions.


A Look at GMC’s Past: History of GMC

The Graphite Edition upgrade is available for both the Yukon and Yukon XL models. However, it can only be added to the SLT trims of both vehicles.

With the Graphite Edition upgrade, the Yukon receives a darkened exterior, along with premium black accents throughout its design. Other features that the Yukon Graphite Edition adds include its 22-inch bright machined wheels, complete with

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2018 Ford F-150 Test Drive Review: America’s Most Popular Vehicle Hits Another Home Run

Aug 16, 2018

Over 32 million Americans have jumped on the bandwagon. Here’s a good reason for you to be next.

The color red, more than any other color, represents love, lust, power, anger, and complete and utter domination. It’s most commonly found in shades of libido-intensifying lipstick, cute heart emojis texted between lovers, and the blood-red capes worn by Roman soldiers decimating yet another Mediterranean culture to rob it of fertile soil. Aptly, it also happened to be the color of the 2018 F-150 Ford sent to us from Dearborn so we could drive it for a week and see if it’s any good. Spoiler alert: it's not good, it’s fantastic, and just like the knees of peoples living outside the borders of Roman territory shook when they saw red-caped legions approaching, the Ruby Red Metallic paint clinging to the aluminum body of our SuperCrew-cabbed test truck signaled to Silverados and Rams unlucky enough to be on the same road that the king was here.

Even though Ford makes mastery of America’s most profitable and vibrant auto segment look easy, the truth is that, just like being a good person, remaining at the top for over 40 years in a segment offering incumbents more profits than a Foxconn iPhone assembly line is an effort that takes constant and thorough revision.

The F-150’s never-ending self-improvement venture is part of the reason why the F-Series is currently on track to end 2018 with a new sales record under its belt, and Ford’s latest draft of the truck contains a big change: the option to place an inconspicuous-looking 3.0-liter diesel EcoBoost V6 under that red hood. It looks less than mighty in the engine bay snuggled up like a canine in a kennel, but rest assured, those gleaming chrome “Power Stroke” badges are anything but false advertising. Adjustable pedals enable the driver to comfortably preside over 250 horsepower and 440 lb-ft of torque. Mash the throttle when the light goes green and you’d swear those figures are just the lowball estimate, but our experience with the F-150 began as it does with any car: with the push of the Start button. We almost had to open the door, be greeted once again by power running boards, and step down from the cabin to check the badges and make sure Ford put them on the right F-150 because from the interior, there’s not a single hint of diesel soundtrack. The real surprise, however, comes when you get back in and place the standard 10-speed automatic in Drive.

Turn down the volume on the B&O sound system and the satisfying whoosh of a spooling turbo answers a depressed throttle. Accelerating around town or up hills on the highway, gobs of diesel torque and imperceptible shifts convey the sense that this engine never runs out of steam—at least after overcoming the initial 1.5 seconds it takes the turbo to find its breath. With family members comfortably held against the leather seats by air-bag equipped seatbelts, we used that diesel zest to conquer paved and unpaved portions of the Arizona desert and climbed to the 9,157-foot peak of Southern Arizona’s Mount Lemmon for a night of stargazing. Though it became painfully obvious that Ford’s optional panoramic glass moonroof would have enhanced the experience, the diesel engine’s strength never relented on the way up, thrusting the F-150 past considerably lighter sedans with similar horsepower figures even though only a few hundred feet separated us from five-figure elevations (thank the turbo for mountain-conquering lungs). All the diesel benefits are built into this power plant, a confidence-inspiring pull and class-leading fuel economy (up to 30 mpg on the highway with 4X2 configuration and

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Read This Before You Buy the 2019 Ram 1500 Hybrid: eTorque Expert Buyer’s Review

August 16, 2018

2019 Ram 1500 with eTorque hybrid drive

Ram announced the new 2019 Ram 1500 with the eTorque mild hybrid drive system over seven months ago, and now the eTorque trucks are reaching the dealerships. This is our first opportunity to drive the 5.7L HEMI V8 with the electric motor assist. How does it drive and is the hybrid worth the extra $1,995? Let’s find out.

2019 Ram 1500 – HEMI eTorque

The eTorque mild hybrid system system is an electric motor that is mounted under the hood and connect to the engine via the serpentine belt. In the case of the 5.7L HEMI V8, the electric motor is able to provide up to 130 lb-ft of driving torque. The truck is able to recoup some of the energy and store it in a small 0.4 kWh battery that is mounted behind the rear seats.

The overall power rating for the HEMI hybrid is the same as a regular HEMI V8: 395 hp and 410 lb-ft of torque. The electric motor helps with initial acceleration, engine start/stop duties, and further smoothing out power delivery during the gear changes of the 8-speed automatic transmission.

It’s called a mild gas/electric hybrid because the truck is not enable to move under electric power alone. The electric motor is there only to assist the internal combustion engine.

The eTorque system adds $1,995 to the price of a HEMI-powered Ram 1500, according to the window sticker on this particular truck. Ram Trucks website also list the price of the eTorque system at $1,450. It also adds two MPG to the EPA combined rating. The HEMI eTorque is rated at 19 MPG combined by the EPA, versus 17 MPG combined for the regular HEMI. Most of the fuel efficiency benefit is realized during city driving.

How does it drive? If you didn’t tell me that this Ram 1500 Longhorn had the hybrid system, I would likely not notice many changes. The system is very well integrated together. The engine start/stop is handled to make the engine restart shudder-free and the response immediate. The new 2019 Ram 1500 is fully redesigned from the frame up. We have tested several other new Rams, and highway stability and a quiet cabin are noteworthy. This Longhorn edition truck is no exception. The suspension is setup for a comfortable SUV-like ride.

The Longhorn truck gets a unique interior that is perhaps the best amongst all truck manufacturers. The western theme,

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First Drive: 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

By Lesley Wimbush
August 16, 2018

JACKSON HOLE, Wyoming – Our ascent up the Teton Mountains has been gradual. A gentle climb meandering back and forth across the Wyoming–Idaho border. From this height, the valley floor is a patchwork quilt, its hayfields dotted with tiny, golden spools.

The 6.2L V8 is monstrously strong, responding instantly when the accelerator’s pressed, yet purring docilely on the highway.

This is big country: home to enormous plains, rugged canyons – and with next to no foothills, dramatically unobscured views of the iconic Rocky Mountains.

It’s no exaggeration to say it’s also truck country, in Wyoming pickup trucks account for 36 percent of overall automobile sales. One in every six vehicles on the road here is a truck – a potent reminder of the importance of this segment outside of the urban landscape.

Up until this latest iteration, Chevy has played it safe with Silverado revisions: a little tweaking here, a boost in power there, but basically retaining the same familiar four-cornered outline since its introduction 20 years ago. The fourth-generation Silverado’s styling takes a daring turn, with swooping curves reminiscent of its smaller Colorado sibling.

Bold yet agile

Plain, blunt and square has long been its signature face, and the new look is bound to be somewhat divisive with the Silverado faithful. The headlights seem to glower within the wide grille, beneath which the square-jawed bumper protrudes like a jutting chin, and flanked by muscular shoulders which end abruptly in great slashing vents. It’s a bold, menacing look and clearly a departure from the plain beast of burden that’s long been the truck’s image.

Aside from its polarizing frontal view, the new Silverado hasn’t made any radical alterations to its successful formula. Recognizing that it was falling behind Ford and Ram, who’d introduced some revolutionary changes to the segment with the F-150’s all-aluminum body and FCA’s coil and air suspension setup, Chevrolet instead concentrated on streamlining what they already had. The new truck is, in marketing director Sandor Piszar’s words, “the best-driving Silverado yet”.

A half-second quicker from 0–100 km/hr, the Silverado sheds 450 lb thanks to an ingenious blend of various grades of lightweight steel, and new aluminum hood, tailgate, and door panels. But as former GM president Mark Reuss pointed out at the truck’s Detroit unveiling last year (while slyly taking a shot at Ford), the Silverado’s bed is all roll-formed steel. The box, now wider by 6.75 inches, boasts 63 cubic feet of cargo space, which Chevy claims is the best in the business, and now comes with 21 tie-downs, a power tailgate, and lockable cargo boxes on some trims.

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Will The Tanoak Be Built? Only VW Has The Answer

Will The Tanoak Be Built? Only VW Has The Answer

Will the VW Tanoak be built? Looking at all of the potentials, there's only one firm answer to this question: only VW knows the answer and it isn't talking.

At this past spring’s New York International Auto Show, Volkswagen’s showed a concept version of a pickup, based on the Chattanooga-built three-row Atlas SUV. Called the Tanoak, was named after an American plant. The automaker built the design study to get a feel for consumer response for a modern VW pickup. VW Offers Consumers Chance To See New Pickup.

VW Has Had Pickups In The Past

Though many consumers today probably think this is VW’s first try at a pickup, the Tanoak is undoubtedly not the first VW pickup. As far back as 1965, the automaker had pickup versions of its vehicles. In the 1960s, for instance, the automaker made a working pickup version of its MicroBus.

In the early to mid-1970s, there was a real, albeit subcompact, a pickup truck based on the VW Rabbit. The Rabbit, if you are familiar with the vehicle, is the direct, lineal ancestor of today’s Golf family. After 1982, the pickup became history until this year’s NY Auto Show.

It’s not as if VW doesn’t have a working compact pickup because it does. It is named the Amarok, and it is a reliable vehicle. The problem with the Amarok, from a U.S. standpoint, is that it has only a diesel powerplant. Other than that it would make an interesting entry in the small pickup market especially with the impending arrival of the renewed Ford Ranger. However,

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Jeep Pushes Wrangler Luxury with Moab Trim

It’s no secret that Jeep is Fiat Chrysler’s cash cow. As a result, FCA is milking the brand for all it’s worth. It’s also no secret in the auto industry that luxury vehicles carry fat margins. Put the two together and you get luxurious Jeeps. Should Land Rover be scared?

The latest move is an upcoming Moab version of the beloved Wrangler, priced at an unreasonable $52,695, per an Autoblog report, which references JLWrangler Forum.

Available only in the Unlimited four-door body, plus with the Pentastar 3.6-liter V-6 and 8-speed automatic, the Moab far outpaces the Rubicon on pricing. The trim is supposed to be a mix of pretty aesthetics and luxury, plus rugged capabilities, like Jeep blended the Sahara and Rubicon.

One of the most notable features is the 18-inch polished aluminum wheels with 33-inch BFG Mud Terrain KM2 tires wrapped around them. Tire choice is critical for off-roading. Selec-Trac four-wheel drive plus an anti-spin limited slip differential are standard, which are options on the Wrangler Sahara.

Among the luxury items for the Jeep Wrangler Moab will be leather seats, a Mopar headliner for the removable hardtop,

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The Baby Ford Bronco Will Share its Platform with the Focus

August 15, 2018

Don’t worry Bronco fans: The 2020 Ford Bronco will be a body-on-frame SUV. But it looks like its little brother, currently known as the Baby Bronco, will ride on a version of the unibody Ford Focus platform. 

Speaking at an automotive conference, Ford’s executive vice president of product development and purchasing, Hau Thai-Tang, confirmed that the new C2 modular platform will support a new Ford Focus, Escape and an unknown future product that will pack “off-road positioning and imagery.”

Think something that fits between the EcoSport and Escape, but sits higher off the ground and has some off-road features like all-wheel drive, pitting it against vehicles like the Jeep Compass and Renegade or the Subaru Crosstrek.

Ford has already teased this vehicle, so we have some idea of what it will look like. The move is part of an effort by Ford to cut its platforms from nine down to five and to expand its crossover and SUV lineup as the automaker slowly cuts down on passenger car production.

The big-boy Bronco will show up sometime in 2019 as a 2020 model, and the new Baby Bronco probably won’t be far behind. It could even hit the market in 2020 as well according to rumors.

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Will Ford Have to Recall Nearly 2 Million Ford F150 Trucks Due To Seat Belt Pretensioners?

August 15, 2018

2018 Ford F150 Limited

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has opened investigation into several 2015-2018 Ford F-150 fires that allegedly resulted due to the activation of the front seat belt pretensioners during an accident.

Here is the link to the NHTSA Ford F-150 investigation.

There are five accidents which allege that a fire broke out due to the front seat belt pretensioners in the B-pillar. Two of the fires were small and extinguished themselves, but the three other fires burned the trucks completely.

The investigation is still ongoing, and the exact sequence of event that cause the problem are still being determined. The seat

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