There are many things to be thankful this holiday season. Our entire team thanks you, the TFLcar community for your support and involvement throughout the year. You guys watch our videos, read our posts, and (more importantly) make comments and ask questions!
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Big news from Dearborn as Fisher Price and Ford announce the all-new Power Wheels Smart Drive Mustang, just in time for the holidays. Available in blue or pink, this mini Mustang comes packed with features to help your kid be the coolest on the block. Among this list are features
The Ford Mustang has gone through a lot of changes over the years, and now there's an infographic that charts the changes from inception up to the current generation.
This infographic, sponsored by Blue Springs Ford Parts, features the evolution of the Ford Mustang, from 1964 to the present. Included in
There can be no doubt TFL editors are crazy about pickup trucks, in fact we are all Truck Nuts. That's why a Redneck and a Russian partnered up to write TFL's comprehensive and fun complete guide to trucks. Andre Smirnov and Kent Sundling are an unlike truckin' duo and yet
Our entire team would like to thank all the car guys and gals who read TFLcar.com and watch The Fast Lane Car channel on youtube. Our channel just reached an important milestone - 500,000 subscribers! The entire TFL team works very hard to bring the latest car and automotive industry news, views, and real-world
The question is simple for those of you who participate in the Jeep Wave. For those of you who don't know: the Jeep Wave is (usually) a shared greeting between Jeep Wrangler owners. It's pretty simple, when you see a fellow Jeep Wrangler heading your way you wave. That's about
Roughly one week ago, the world lost its collective mind as Pokemon GO was released for iOS and Android. For those not familiar with the downloadable game, it is an augmented reality app that uses a phone’s camera and GPS to allow players to find and capture virtual characters, train
It is virtually impossible to make the internet happy. No matter how much time and effort goes into making a video that the YouTube community can watch for free (save for a little time spent sitting through a quick ad), there's always an unimpressed arse in the comments section.
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