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Posted On: 2/29/2012 4:26PM
SuzyBruisy

At first I was like, "damn, that is a seriously purple BMW," and then I was like "holy flares!" See more at aznair23's ride page.



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Posted On: 2/29/2012 3:30PM
Golden_Girl

The experts (Motor Trend for example) have been predicting that the Pontiac Trans Am is the next collector car, but does the pricing show it? Is this the right time to buy your dream Trans Am or to hang on to the one under the tarp behind the barn?

Check out some of prices of the large showing of Trans Ams at the recent Mecum Muscle Cars and More auction in Kissimmee Florida. Video after the jump!

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Posted On: 2/29/2012 2:36PM
66Mope

In 1985 Chrysler briefly considered building a Plymouth performance car to compliment the Dodge GLH and Shelby Charger. Two cars were special built on-line as Dodge Shelby Chargers without badging, and then the 'Cuda trim was added. Dodge managed to kill the project (and it is rumored that Carroll Shelby rejected it as well). More info and pics at hamtramck-historical.com!



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Posted On: 2/29/2012 12:55PM
Don Cassidy

My first car ever was a 1995 Eclipse RS. I was 13. It needed a transmission, so my father and I switched it out. Still had clutch problems (and a lot more) so we sold it. He hated working on FWD's. Had the 420A and a 5 speed trans.

See the rest after the jump!

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Posted On: 2/29/2012 11:54AM
ksingh

Bureaucrats thought this ridiculous obstacle would be a bright idea to discourage traffic in a city neighborhood, but even the residents are trying to get it removed. It wouldn't be much fun in anything with a body kit! Video below the jump.

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Posted On: 2/29/2012 10:44AM
AUTOedit

This the new 2012 Aston Martin V8 Vantage "S" Roadster. The new "S" model incorporates many new performance enhancements to the already capable Vantage. The most unique addition is the SEVEN speed "automated manual shift" paddles behind the steering wheel. It took some getting used to, but after some practice I learned to really enjoy the paddle shift, though I would still prefer a manual transmission. 

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Posted On: 2/29/2012 10:26AM
MrAngry

Not too many people can command the attention that Ken Block grabs when he posts a new video. Obviously Block is known for his outstanding gymkhana videos on Youtube, but his exploits in WRC aren’t anything to sneeze at either. Recently Block was out testing his Ford Fiesta Rally car in a 100 acre wooded area at Sayers Brook Bison Ranch in Missouri. He and co-driver Alex Gelsomino not only nailed the wooded test stage, but got some great film coverage while doing so. Click through for the video and enjoy.

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Posted On: 2/29/2012 9:06AM
SuzyBruisy

It's been living its life one quarter mile at a time, and somehow it ended all the way down in Daytona Beach. The seller claims it's a nice hero car used in the fourth and fifth films, rather than the stripped-out stunt cars that more commonly come up for sale. What do you think, does it look like the real deal? On eBay now.



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Posted On: 2/29/2012 8:47AM
fireballtim

Probably, one of the best designs to come out of Ferrari in years. Although the question becomes, how will it look in your garage? Time will tell, but for now, just try not to drool on your keyboard...

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Posted On: 2/29/2012 8:21AM
dodgeforum

Recently, while Chrysler's SRT division has offered a few bits of information on the upcoming 2013 SRT Viper—including a shadowy picture of the front end and a mystery air intake—they've been careful to not reveal the whole car.

But since it surfaced last week, this grainy, grossly pixelated image has appeared on nearly every automotive news site in the world, the explanation being that it shows the SRT Viper from Mattel's 2013 Hot Wheels line. And at first glance, there's little question it's the new Viper. But are we seeing a small-scale rendition of the SRT supercar? A Mattel artist's early rendering before the actual car is revealed? Or something else entirely? Hit the jump to continue reading...

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