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Posted On: 3/31/2012 3:41PM
SuzyBruisy

Boopvanner3's radical van started life as an '87 GMC Safari. Now it appears to have a functional hot tub in the back. See it in action on page 5!



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Posted On: 3/31/2012 8:25AM
66Mope

Think the BRZ is too slow and don't have the time, money or skills for a V8 swap? Then sit tight and wait for the STI version, which should be rated at 250 hp. It won't have turbo power, though--instead, the STI version will be powered by a naturally aspirated motor based on the car's current boxer. Via Speedhunters



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Posted On: 3/30/2012 4:27PM
SuzyBruisy

Shefledthescene's '06 WRX looks like it's saying "Having a great time, wish u were here!" Check out the ride page for more.



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Posted On: 3/30/2012 3:37PM
66Mope

Now that's what I'm talking about. Max Orido dropped a Lexus 5.0-liter V8 into his Toyota 86 to get ready for Japan's D1 drift series. Kinda solves that whole lack of power thing people have been complaining about, huh? Check out the THREE videos after the jump! Via 0-60 Mag

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Posted On: 3/30/2012 3:16PM
SuzyBruisy

If you suffer from bouts of nostalgia for the old A-Team TV series and have an extra $20K kicking around, this one's for you. A faithful replica of the iconic A-Team van, this one was commissioned by Mike Meyers, fan of 80s movie cars (no big surprise there) and reportedly even has the blessing of George Barris, who designed the originals. Check out the listing on AutoTrader, via Bangshift.



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Posted On: 3/30/2012 2:06PM
66Mope

I was sure Chrysler was gonna kill the Compass after the whole Fiat deal went down. I always thought it was redundant with the Patriot, and that it was ugly. Instead they gave it a nose job, tweaked the suspension a bit, fixed up the interior and trotted it back out there.

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Posted On: 3/30/2012 12:49PM
ksingh

You've gotta see this. The guy's actually pretty good, for a drunk! Video below the jump.

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Posted On: 3/30/2012 11:57AM
MrAngry

Few cars possess the attitude and sheer presence of the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS RS. It was the first of the GM pony cars and has been an inspiration for young motor heads for almost 45 years. The Camaro is Chevrolet’s original bad ass and even now is one of the most sought after machines of the muscle car era. Check out this video by Paul Nguyen to understand why.

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Posted On: 3/30/2012 10:48AM
fireballtim

Now, the truth comes out about traffic. Thanks to Fireball Pop for sending!



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Posted On: 3/30/2012 10:01AM
marsone619

Besids trying to stay awake, drinking gallons of coffee, and dealing with the pressure of loading planes as fast and safely as possible, working the nightshift has its benefits. Now I've loaded and unloaded thousands of things in my time here at the Frankfurt Airport in Germany, but it's always a blast when those cargo bay doors open and you get to see the cars and bikes you only see on TV or magazines, right in front of you. I had the privelge of personally unloading Fisker Karmas, Lamborginis, and custom rides from West Coast Customs Berlin. Last night was awesome: we opened up a Lufthansa Cargo plane only to find it half empty. The lower deck was vacant, but the upper deck was full of brand new Ferraris straight from the plant in Italy all on their way to the US of A (New York to be exact) and a couple of Ford GTs. Working at night is not the best in the world, but for moments like this it's well worth it. I managed to snap a few pics so enjoy and i will be posting them on my ride page as they come. Enjoy!

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