Any true gearhead knows that when it comes to a rousing game of Monopoly, the race car is the most prestigious token. You want the race car, because everything else (aside from possibly the dog) is pretty lame. Who the hell wants to be a thimble? For the new version of Monopoly Empire – it's basically the normal game, but rather than streets, you can buy up brands – there is no race car.
The Basics: Ford recalls approximately 271,000 F-150 models equipped with the 3.5-liter Ecoboost engine from 2013 and 2014 for faulty brake master cylinders. The Problem: A fluid leak from the brake master cylinder into the brake booster could reduce brake effectiveness, increasing the risk of a crash. The leaky master cylinder only affects brakes to the front wheels and does not affect
?Kirk Kerkorian, among the most talked-about investors in the American auto industry in recent memory, died at the age of 98 in Los Angeles on Monday, June 15. The billionaire ran the investment company Tracinda Corp. and was the largest shareholder in MGM Resorts International. Kerkorian attempted to use his power as a well-financed investor to push the auto industry in some fascinating ways.
Even if an interested buyer has the estimated $400,000 to buy the next-gen Ford GT, it's looking increasingly difficult to actually own one of the new, carbon-fiber supercars. Not only is there an application process to get through successfully, but, according to an anonymous source to Autoweek, there might only be 100 of them that are earmarked for the US in its first year. An additional 100