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Posted On: 6/30/2011 8:39PM
66Mope

Today's pic is from Luba’s Honda Civic ride page!



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Posted On: 6/30/2011 5:45PM
SuzyBruisy

The Honda Accord Crosstour is a strange duck, and it's hard to know what to make of it. What is it trying to be? A poor man's Panamera? A dumbed-down SUV or a puffed-up hatchback? Its bulbous rear styling is arresting, to say the least: my little siter called the Crosstour "flying space banana." Personally I find the whole look to be hideous beyond words, but just while I was moping about that, some chick approached me in the grocery store parking lot--"Oh my God, what is that? It's so pretty!"--which just goes to show you that beauty is very much in the eye of the beholder. But it's what's on the inside that counts, right? Continue reading...

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Posted On: 6/30/2011 2:49PM
66Mope

Check out this awesome little Fiat 126. The guys at Retropower built a complete chassis and then fit the Fiat shell over it. Power comes from a Rotrex supercharged Honda Blackbird 1100cc motorcycle engine pushing 330 hp. Can't wait to see it finished! More pics after the jump, and you can learn more about this crazy build at retropower.co.uk

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Posted On: 6/30/2011 12:27PM
SuzyBruisy

The Car Show might very well be the authentic gearhead programming we've all been waiting for: the very thing to mend our broken hearts after the excessively anticipated and perhaps unfairly burdened Top Gear USA left us hanging. What do you think: does The Car Show hold promise? Are Adam Carolla, Matt Farrah et al the guys you want to listen to about cars? Though the show's preview emphasizes banter, we know also that these guys are legitimate lifelong car enthusiasts--and that is the single most important ingredient for automotive programming that hits the right notes, that is genuine and relateable and gives us some good information to sink our teeth into, instead of just a lot of grab-ass and man-drama. I guess we're going to find out pretty soon: The Car Show's series premiere airs on SPEED on Wednesday July 13th at 10pm Eastern! Mark your calendars, and don't forget to check out the preview below the jump.

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Posted On: 6/30/2011 12:07PM
66Mope

This week's win goes to fuel_n_fire for "So do these come in size 10?" Turn into tomorrow for another super smart caption contest!



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Posted On: 6/30/2011 11:08AM
ksingh

A failed burnout attempt results in mayhem. Guess on one ever told these guys that trees always win. Video below the jump!


Honda CB750 Chopper vs Tree



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Posted On: 6/30/2011 10:04AM
SuzyBruisy

That little donunt actually makes an incredible amount of smoke! Video after the jump! Via Jalopnik.

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Posted On: 6/30/2011 9:09AM
MrAngry

BMW has been touting its new 1 Series M Coupe as the reincarnation of the original E30 M3 that came out in 1986. It’s small, squat and if you’ve read my on track review, then you’ll know it’s an absolute pisser to drive. The biggest problem is that BMW is only making about 800 of the little buggers, which in my opinion will not be enough to satisfy demand. However, just to get us even more jazzed about their newest pocket rocket the boys from Bavaria have decided to put on a little drift show for us atop the helipad of the U.S. Bank Tower in Los Angeles, CA. Now while the antics of the little 1M are nothing short of hoon-tastic, the real question should be: how in the hell did BMW get approval for this?

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Posted On: 6/30/2011 8:10AM
66Mope

Back in the early 60s someone dropped an Olds V8 into this 1956 Lloyd 600 and took it to the drag strip. It ran a 11.22 at 122 mph at the Colton Drag Strip in 1963. Today it's a nice time capsule. More pics at Speedhunters!



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Posted On: 6/30/2011 7:02AM
StreetsideStig

Some eras, like presidential administrations and world wars, have clear borders. Others, like when trucker hats became uncool again, are harder to pin down. This is a case of the former, because last week, the UAW announced the death of the US Ford Ranger, and by extension, the end of the small truck in America. The last example will exit the factory in December of this year.

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