Some truck and utility-vehicle wheels might look tough, but there likely aren’t many that are actually as tough as the new Forgeline FX1. The six-spoke, six-lug wheel is a forged-monoblock design (it’s carved from one piece of aluminum), similar in construction to some of Forgeline’s racing wheels. According to the company, the FX1 “is relatively […]

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More and more, it seems, outdoors types are abandoning the traditional tent in favor of pop-up versions that attach to their vehicles. These sleeping units tend to keep you drier and also keep curious critters from disturbing your slumber. Roofnest sells a variety of rooftop models designed to fit different sizes and types of vehicles. […]

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As the name implies, Cut Maps of Elkton, Va., specializes in highly detailed city, state/province and country maps. Each one displays the streets and highways just like an actual road map does. Instead of paper, the Cut Maps city versions are laser-cut in high-density foam, while the state/province maps use genuine oak. Etched-stainless-steel versions are […]

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For outdoorsy people wanting to travel light but camp out of the dirt, the Polydrop is worth a look. The company’s architecturally designed and fully insulated trailer has space for two adults who enter/exit through a pair of gullwing doors. The rear door also opens wide for accessing the kitchenette and storage drawers. A 100-watt […]

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Detroit-based Mil-Spec Automotive is selling a limited number (12) of reconditoned Hummer H1s, with updated interiors and mechanical components. The H1 #006 Slant-Back is based on the 1996 Hummer, although completely disassembled with a lighter aluminum floorpan installed. Other additions include an adjustable air-ride suspension, new heavy-duty bumpers and a 12,000-pound-rated winch. The powertrain consists […]

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All-Fit Automotive markets custom-fit, yet inexpensive front and rear lower lips and side skirts to change your vehicle’s appearance and provide paint protection. The flexible rubber-like material comes in various lengths and in widths of 1.5, 2.5 and 3.5 inches, which equates to the size of the lip you want. You can also select from […]

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Fans of early-generation Mustangs should check out Revology. The Florida-based company, begun by former Ford Special Vehicle Team (SVT) boss Tom Scarpello, builds “properly engineered” replicas of classic 1966-’68 Mustang fastbacks and convertibles (and their Shelby derivatives). The cars come with modern suspensions, exhaust systems, wheels, interiors and engines. Buyers can choose supercharged and non-supercharged […]

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Along with Michael J. Fox (Marty McFly) and Christopher Lloyd (Doc Brown), the car star of the Back to The Future movie trilogy was the DeLorean time machine. Now you can own a highly detailed 1:20-scale model that can be set up to look like it’s suspended in mid-air (Actually it’s being held up by […]

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Mahindra USA sells light- and medium-duty tractors, primarily for agricultural use. The India-based company recently added an off-roader called the Roxor, which is a two-seat four-wheel-drive convertible slotted somewhere between a side-by-side ATV and an actual World War II-era Willys Jeep. The 3,000-pound body-on-frame Roxor, which is assembled in Michigan, runs with a 2.5-liter turbo-diesel […]

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Here’s one coloring book you might wish to hang onto for yourself instead of passing it along to your kids. Newbury Press has created (curated, might be a better term) a collection of hand-drawn classic Porsche illustrations that are designed to be finished off in whatever fashion you wish. Use colored pencils, watercolors, markers, or […]

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