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Skillter Magazine for American car enthusiasts

News about American cars, anecdotes and legends concerning American automobiles. Discover the history of the greatest names in American automobiles.

Let's look together at the American cars that have made automotive history. From the Corvette to the Tesla, not to mention the spectacular muscle cars of the 1960s, sometimes the stars of the silver screen, the symbols of the American ideal and success, automobile manufacturers have experienced incredible glory and remarkable technological innovations.

image article The Corvette GTR by Specter Werkes Sport

The Corvette GTR by Specter Werkes Sport

What's behind the German-sounding name? It is the nonetheless American designer of a new version of the Corvette that people continue to talk about after its pres [...]

image article Ford Bronco, the original SUV from 1966

Ford Bronco, the original SUV from 1966

1966: a new segment appears [...]

image article The GMC Granite, the Detroit show reveals a flashy concept

The GMC Granite, the Detroit show reveals a flashy concept

GMC has accustomed us to hefty vehicles like the Sierra, Yukon, Acadia and Canyon. They have a massiveness specific to the manufacturer that has earned their repu [...]

image article The Indianapolis 500

The Indianapolis 500

The Indianapolis speedway was created in 1909, at almost the same time as the first American cars. So, the Indiana Motor Speedway has existed for over a century a [...]

image article The A-team

The A-team

The A-Team TV series began in 1983 and featured a team of soldiers of fortune from the US Army Special Forces who come to the rescue of the little guy. They are t [...]

image article MacGyver

MacGyver

MacGyver is one of the most iconic TV series of the 80s. The inveterate DIY man is responsible for a legion of couch potatoes [...]

image article Christine

Christine

In 1983, John Carpenter, one of the undisputed masters of fantasy movies, adapted a novel by Stephen King. The result was the best motion picture adaptation ever [...]

image article Rain Man

Rain Man

A true humanist masterpiece of the silver screen, justifiably recognized during the Oscar awards, Rain Man was directed by Barry Levinson, also the director of Th [...]

image article The name of Roush is a byword in American automobile history

The name of Roush is a byword in American automobile history

Jack Roush has entered the elite ranks of American automobile tuners: he was nominated in 2006 and has since had a place in the International Motorsports Hall of [...]

image article The Street Rod

The Street Rod

It was during a period of post-war democratization that the boom of the traditional rod took place; runs were organized on every street corner and there was no la [...]

image article Successor to the Roadmaster, the Buick Electra I spreads its wings

Successor to the Roadmaster, the Buick Electra I spreads its wings

1959 was the year of a big shake-up at General Motors: all the divisions restyled their cars, and only the Chevrolet Corvette would keep its angular lines. It was [...]

image article The Wildcat leaps out of the Buick factory

The Wildcat leaps out of the Buick factory

The Wildcat story began in 1953 with Harley Earl, who designed an experimental fiberglass two-seater prototype. The Kaiser Darrin and Chevrolet Corvette opened th [...]