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Posted On: 3/31/2011 4:19PM
SuzyBruisy

Today's photo is of Brandon's E34, which looks like the villain in a film noir lurking in the shadows. More incredible pics at his ride page!



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Posted On: 3/31/2011 3:18PM
66Mope

I'm hoping to get a 2008-2009 Bullitt in the next year or two, and Ryan just forwarded this eBay auction to me. I'm not really a big Tim Allen fan, and even if I was, I'm not sure it would make this particular Bullitt any more appealing to me (BTW, did you see how Ricky Gervais introduced Tim Allen at the Golden Globes? LOL). Anyway, I want one without nav. See the eBay auction for more info! Via Celebrity Cars Blog



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Posted On: 3/31/2011 2:01PM
ksingh

Always wanted to know what it looks like when twin-turbo Lamborghinis come out to play? Take a look at the dangerous and highly illegal hijinks below the jump. Don't forget to watch for the Supra, Viper, and nitrous-injected Hayabusa!

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Posted On: 3/31/2011 1:23PM
MattHayhurst

With 2011 well under way, and with the success of last year's sponsorship of the #83 Seat Cupra in the Britcar Production series, Bullrun Boss, David Green, and his championship team decided it was time for a change.

Over the past two years, David has been racing in the prestigious Britcar racing championship in the United Kingdom. In 2009 he took the Production class 1 title in 2009 in the 888 Solutions Honda Civic, and missed out on the overall production class podium by one point. In 2010, Daivd and his co-driver, Richard Adams, moved on to the a new team, and bought a new car. They raced their #83 Bullrun Seat Cupra hard during the 2010 season and won the overall Production class championship. We thought they were content enough with two series wins, but it turns out that the Bullrun team was not satisfied with two production class wins.

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Posted On: 3/31/2011 12:36PM
akumaxstar

So i was driving in the highway and my hood wasn't locked. It opened and flew away from my car. Lucky for me it didnt break my windshield. Ever had that happen to you?

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Posted On: 3/31/2011 12:01PM
66Mope

This week's win goes to Flossing for "Business up front, party in rear." Tune in tomorrow for another schizophrenic caption contest!



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Posted On: 3/31/2011 10:50AM
MrAngry

It’s a well known fact that the majority of Lamborghini owners are more show than go. You see most owners like the idea of owning one, but rarely, if ever abuse them for fear that they may actually have to one day pony up some cash for repair bills. Every so often though an owner surfaces through the cracks and proves to the rest of the general public that these cars were actually built for hardcore speed as opposed to just sitting in the parking lot of a Starbucks. Obviously this gentlemen is vastly aware of the “look at me” factor since he pimped his car out with some hideous chrome wheels and that awful two-tone interior. I have to give him props though as he did manage to pull off one of the best burnouts I’ve seen, and that’s regardless of the make. Hopefully he’s got enough spare change left in those sweatpants pockets of his for new tires, because let’s face it, those skins ain’t cheap! Click through for the video and you can see more hoonage at RideLust.

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Posted On: 3/31/2011 9:35AM
GTwildfire

This is what I see every morning on my commute to work, for about four miles. Another six miles winds through New Jersey farmland, another eight through upper middle class suburbia and the remainder of my thirty-five mile journey is mostly on highways.

I could have herded with the masses through Princeton on Route 1, in a congested conga line of mediocrity. I also could have taken the long trek up Route 130, with its abundance of traffic, patrol cars and numerous speed bump-like imperfections in the asphalt... but no.

It took me weeks to work out this route. One wrong turn and you head off to oblivion, or so it would seem. Learning this route gave me a better quality of life behind the wheel. There are no cars along this stretch, no traffic, no speed traps but I dont even want to speed here. My commute could be a whole lot worse.

So have you found a way around the mayhem to and from work? Anything particularly nice about it?



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Posted On: 3/31/2011 8:18AM
SuzyBruisy

Ford Australia in collaboration with Top Gear Australia magazine (yes, really) got together a team of designers to see who could come up with the best retrostyled update on the menacing Interceptor from Mad Max. While neither of the two winning designs bears much resemblance to the original Ford Falcon XB GT Coupe-based Interceptor, one of them may very well end up in a planned fourth-installment movie: Mad Max 4: Fury Road. What do you think? Are either of these modern road warriors worthy of the part? Via Carscoop.

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Posted On: 3/31/2011 7:09AM
66Mope

Damn, this sucks. Good thing the Mopar didn't get t-boned when it got shoved through the intersection. So what would you have done if you owned the Challenger? I'd probably be out of the car and yelling, too. But what if you'd been the person driving the truck? Would you just sit there? Video after the jump!

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