Got a big truck? Tired of replacing your brake shoes all the time? Telma's system attaches to your driveshaft, creating alternating electromagnetic fields to stop your vehicle. It just might be the braking of the future.
1916 Owen Magnetic
Long before greenhouse gases spurned a fleet of hybrid cars on America's streets, the Owen...
They rumbled through Korea and Vietnam, battling the Cold War in the 1950s on behalf...
Restoration Blog: 1941 American LaFrance Fire Truck
Jay puts Telma's innovative induction brake system in his 70-year-old monster fire truck, then loads...View »
1968-69 Lamborghini R485 Tractor
It doesn't get any more off-road than this! Bill Scott starts up his extremely rare...View »
1910 Christie Fire Engine
Firefly Restoration's Andy Swift of Hope, Maine travelled a long way to help Jay with...View »
1963 Jaguar XKE
Get under the hood and go for a ride in one of Britain's most iconic...View »
Jay's Book Club: Route 66
What happened when buddies Sal Santoro and Bob Walton decided to live their bucket list?...View »
Electric Bus Conversion
Macy Neshati takes Jay through Complete Coach Works' all-electric, zero-emission city bus conversion. It's homegrown...View »