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Posted On: 11/19/2013 9:53AM
outffocus

More pics found here: http://capricephotography.wordpress.com/

Sunday morning saw a bunch of us gather at a local servo before cruising up the highway to Williamstown for the second Aces By The Bay car and bike show put on by the Smokin Aces Rod, Muscle and Custom club. The seaside suburb was just waking up as the rumble of cool rods, customs, hogs and muscle cars converged on the docks of the Seaworks Maritime precinct. More »



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Posted On: 11/1/2013 10:34AM
hcostino

We all have an interest in cars, but do you have an automotive related hobby? Sheepo has built a LEGO Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 not from a set, but as an original creation. It has a realistic suspension, detailed front and rear axles, fully functional steering, a braking system with a brake pedal, and much more. It is awesome to see others use than passion for cars in unique ways. What have you done with your love for automotives? Click through to see the full video. More »



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Posted On: 10/24/2013 11:01AM
hcostino

Well, there's no more use in speculation. It's official: We can all expect to see 2015 Ford Mustang Cobra Jet. There was some uncertainty whether or not the Cobra Jet would be released on the 2015 Mustang or on a different vehicle, the doubting rumors can now be put to rest. More »



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Posted On: 10/21/2013 10:56AM
hcostino

Ever wanted to create your own 3D-printed liquid metal vehicle? Well, artist Loan Florea has done just that. He developed and used a 3D-printed liquid metal that was transferred onto the car, creating a 1971 Ford Torino. From a technical standpoint, this is an amazing new technology that could be harnessed for great new things. More »



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Posted On: 10/18/2013 4:52PM
hcostino

Today's Photo of the Day comes from Modified Mustangs & Fords Magazine's Facebook Page.




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Posted On: 10/16/2013 11:41AM
hcostino

Could this be the 2015 Mustang.. or at least a rendering of it? Mustang6G's artist chazcron has created an extremely accurate digital preview of the next 'Stang. Why is this seen as so accurate? The rendering was created by using the CAD images of the actual vehicle. The images were used to create the most accurate version of the vehicle.

So, what do you guys think? Do you think this is an accurate preview of the vehicle? What do you think of the design? Click here for more images and information on the renderings. Source: Mustang6G



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Posted On: 10/14/2013 5:32PM
WaytoFurious

I can remember watching the movie My Science Project many years ago. I thought that the Pontiac that they had in that film looked fantastic. In fact they still do, as they have a classic style. This brings me to this weeks possible bargain. I came across this 69 GTO on Craigslist. The owner is asking $12k. This might seem like a lot but I have seen restored GTOs listed for anything from 20 to 40k. So if you are after a project this could be a bargain for you. So what do you think? Does this have what it takes to be a bargain? Check it out here



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Posted On: 10/8/2013 2:17PM
WaytoFurious

We are slowly working our way towards summer in my part of the world. I decided to get ready by updating the air-con compressor in the Valiant. The old York worked, except on days when it really got hot. I hit the internet looking for a replacement and come up trumps. I managed to score a new compressor and the adaptor bracket for $190. Unfortunately it only dawned on me when it was delivered that it was chrome. I have always tried to avoid installing shiny bits in the Valiant engine bay. After all it is my daily driver. The motor gets degreased once a year and that’s it. I am not the sort of guy that likes to spend hours polishing his car. More »



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Posted On: 9/16/2013 11:10AM
WaytoFurious

Riddle me this. What is a good Dodge Charger worth these days. Is it just me or have the prices for these just been going up? Recently I have seen people asking smack freak prices for cars that are very rough. This brings me to the possible bargain of the week. I came across this 69 Charger today. It has the shape that I like and has the 440. Not a Hemi, but the 440 could always hold its own. It looks like an older restoration but seems to be in good condition. It does seem expensive at 37K, but when you consider the other cars that are available this could be a bargain. So what do you think? Is this a bargain? Check it out here.



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Posted On: 8/28/2013 10:25AM
PrecisionRestor

Muscle cars wouldn't be muscle cars without the muscle. High revs, hard shifts and lots of horsepower is the definition of  a muscle. So when it comes to a test drive, one must put their muscle through a not so average test drive.  No one wants to have all that power and never be able to use it. extreme conditions are what can eventually be catastrophic to a high horse power muscle car.  Testing a car hard and pushing it to it's limits helps to eliminate any catastrophic problems.

We wanted to show a few off a few videos of some high horsepower muscle that will be the envy of many car shows.

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