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First Four-Wheel-Drive Vehicles
U.S. Army Captain A.E. Williams was taken on a ride in this FWD gasoline-powered test car. That short ride led to a 1,500-mile cross-country test of the Army-converted FWD touring car in 1911 that became known as the "Scout Car."

The First Four-Wheel-Drive Vehicles: Early 4X4s You’ve Likely Never Seen

When the conversation turns to the history of the first four-wheel-drive cars and trucks, things can get complicated. The first four-wheel-drive design or prototype is one thing. The first vehicle …

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Chevrolet payed homage to a second-generation (1977) K5 Blazer converted it to all-electric propulsion, while retaining as much of the stock Blazer as possible and approximately 90 percent of the new parts installed for the eCrate package are factory components from the Chevrolet Bolt EV.

5 Affordable Classic 4x4s Worth Buying Today

The best affordable classic 4x4s worth buying today is a wide-open topic that can lead to lengthy and sometimes impassioned discussions. For instance, what does best affordable classic 4x4s mean? …

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