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Fixed in time

A historic look at Miller Ford-Lincoln, in the Philadelphia suburb of Lumberton, N.J., in the mid 1920s.

Shop Talk

We asked fixed ops managers: Does your shop hold regular staff meetings? How often? What do you discuss?

Ram hopes diesel head start pays off as competition heightens

After earlier generations had the full-size diesel pickup segment to themselves, Ram now has to contend with rival offerings from Ford and Chevrolet.

Suppliers' party may be ending

Forecasters warn a combination of rising costs, falling vehicle sales and uncertainty over future technologies may end a decade of growth in the auto parts industry.

Feds: 58,000 UAW watches never handed out, but kickbacks were

Charges against Michael Grimes bring the scandal closer to former UAW Vice President Joe Ashton, who headed the GM department from 2010 through 2014, and current UAW Vice President Cindy Estrada, Ashton's successor until 2018.