Cool wheels can set your vehicle apart from the crowd. There are certainly plenty of choices, including a selection from California-based Vision Wheel. The Torque model, pictured, is part of the American Muscle Legend series (a line of 26 wheel types) that comes in a gunmetal painted finish with a machined lip, plus an optional […]

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Diversified Products assists people who do business from the driver’s seat by offering a variety of in-vehicle desks. For example, the RoadMaster Auto Exec car desk provides plenty of space for laptop and tablet-style computers and its adjustable pivoting 25.5-by-21.25-inch surface provides enough room for writing/editing documents. There are slots for hanging-file folders, places for […]

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Most people know that GM dealers have a selection of parts and accessories, from running boards to wheels, for you to supplement and customize a new-vehicle purchase, but few people know that Bembo brake systems are now part of that inventory. Fewer still would know that they can add Brembo brakes to their full-size trucks […]

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If your vehicle lacks a backup-warning system, there’s now a way to acquire one. The FenV1 Smart Wireless Parking Sensor from FenSens provides backup assistance for literally any make, model, or year of car, truck or van. The unit consists of a Bluetooth-enabled license-plate bracket with sensors that can detect objects up to 10 feet […]

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Cyberoptix TieLab produces neckties and bowties that display a variety of interests, including automotive. For example, the gearshift motif lets everyone know you’re into manual transmissions. Other tie styles depict racetrack layouts, racing stripes, vintage auto brands and auto parts, etc. Prices vary depending on the product and material. The gearshift tie sells for $30 […]

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For many people, actor/racer Steve McQueen has yet to be topped as the coolest cat who ever lit up the screen, or a racetrack. Sonic Editions, a company specializing in all kinds of classic images, sells limited-edition Steve McQueen photographs from the Michael Ochs Archives of Los Angeles. Ochs took most of them back in […]

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Scuffed wheels (commonly referred to as curb rash) can ruin the look of an otherwise pristine vehicle. One way to prevent such occurrences is by installing Rimskins. When fitted along the wheel’s outer lip, Rimskins offer a significant measure of protection and are designed to keep the wheels themselves undamaged, hit after hit. A single-wheel […]

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A cool novelty item for the wine (and truck) lover is a classic carrier from The Busted Knuckle Garage that can hold most standard-size bottles. The plastic-resin models are made to resemble Chevrolet and GMC pickups from the early 1950s. There are also protective pads attached to each wheel so they won’t scratch table surfaces. […]

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Production of the original Dodge Power Wagon ranged from 1945-’57. However, Legacy Power Wagon of Jackson, Wyo., takes the bones of original models and rebuilds them to be modern, with either Chevrolet V-8 engines, or Cummins six-cylinder turbo-diesels. Also included are modern front and rear axles, locking differentials, four-wheel disc brakes, Bilstein-brand shocks and 16,500-pound-capacity […]

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Most cell-phone mounting brackets are designed to attach to your vehicle’s dashboard, where they can be annoyingly intrusive and present a temptation for thieves. A less obvious, yet still effective placement approach is to use the Mountek’s Grip+ Slot Mount. As its name implies, the unit attaches to the compact disk opening of your car’s […]

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