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The rootin’ tootin’ Jeep/AMC Cowboy Pickup Prototypes

The rootin’ tootin’ Jeep/AMC Cowboy Pickup Prototypes By John Gunnell At the 2011 World Meet show the owners of the green and white Cowboy prototype were listed as Danna and
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2021 Yamaha Wolverine RMAX 1000

Yamaha’s Wolverine side-by-side has long offered a mix of work and play, and with the introduction of the new 2021 Wolverine RMAX 1000, the brand has pumped up the play
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Canadian Trails for Winter Wheeling and Powersports Play

The official reign of winter may be December to March, but in all reality it’s much, much longer for those who reside in the northernmost points of the continent. Thankfully,
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First Bronco: The Prototype

By John Gunnell In 1966, Ford dove into the fast-growing off-road vehicle market with its all-new sports utility vehicle, the Bronco. The Bronco was a clean sheet design and shared
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Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 hits 60th Birthday

By John Gunnell COLLECTOR’S INFORMATION History of the 1968-1983 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 As a Japanese copy of the famed World War II Jeep, Toyota launched the FJ40 series utility
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2020 Jeep Wrangler EcoDiesel

Story by Jordan Allan, photos courtesy of FCA Canada Adding to its already legendary capability, the Jeep Wrangler now offers a diesel engine option in addition to the tried-and-true 3.6-litre
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Long before it was revealed in 2019, the idea of a “new” Defender was making waves among Land Rover die-hards. How could Jaguar Land Rover replace such an iconic vehicle
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2022 GMC Hummer EV Debuts

If you had told me when we bid adieu to the last (non-military, of course) Hummer in 2010 that the brand would be reborn as an electric pickup, I probably
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Road Test: 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit

One of Jeep’s biggest selling points is the versatility and capability each and every one of their vehicles have, and the 2020 version of the Grand Cherokee is no exception. Still sticking to the same generation that was introduced back in 2011, the Grand Cherokee enters 2020 perhaps a little long in the tooth, but if you’ve driven one you can clearly see Jeep is sticking with the ‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’ mantra as it continues to perform as good or better than its competitors.

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Toyota 4Runner Receives Updates and New Model for 2020

Toyota has officially announced details regarding the 2020 4Runner, which receives some upgrades for the new model year as well as a brand new model. The all-new 2020 Toyota 4Runner