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Autopilot is the latest catchphrase in the world of ultra-luxury automobiles, and with more manufacturers making the high-tech feature available on current models, it's crucial that consumers understand how to use autopilot safely to avoid danger to themselves and other motorists. The future of automotive transportation may indeed see us fully relying on automobiles to do the driving in an environment where no human inputs make it to the road, but we're not there yet. Using autopilot still requires an alert and focused human driver. 

Who doesn’t love a good old American road trip? Some people see a car packed with car seats and can’t even imagine the thought of traveling with kids. Not us, we say! Having a growing family is even more of an exceptional reason to explore the open road! Why? Because you get to enjoy the wonder of travel through the eyes of your children!

CJ’s upgrades our Gotta Have It Race Mustang’s safety with a Roll Bar

If you remember, CJ Pony Parts' Gotta Have It Race 2013 Mustang GT reached 11.05 in it's last race of the 2012 season, which means it is required to have a major safety upgrade for the 2013 NMRA racing season: A Roll Bar.

Upgrade and brighten up the taillights on your 1967 Mustang!

A few weeks ago, we upgraded the interior lighting on a 1967 Mustang coupe, demonstrating how big a difference new, brighter lights can make over the factory's notoriously dim lights. Today, we're showing you how to fix another dim lighting issue: The single bulb taillights on a 1967 Mustang.

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