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Posted On: 11/11/2013 9:57AM
subaru-offroad

When was the last time you saw a completely chrome wrapped 2014 Ford Fiesta ST? Never! This is the first time the new model Fiesta ST has ever been wrapped in chrome, and quite possibly the last. Where did it come from? Not quite from Dubai like most lavishly coated exotics; no, this one came right from the heart of Florida. Despite what you may think, chrome wrapping vehicles is actually legal in the great state of sunshine and is one of the few states that actually allow such creativity to enter public roadways. Would you do this to your car? Comment below!

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Posted On: 11/8/2013 6:27PM
hcostino

Today's Photo of the Day comes from Honda Tuning Magazine's Facebook.

Photo Cred: JNN Photography



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Posted On: 10/3/2013 3:51PM
hcostino

Today's Photo of the Day comes from Unequaled's Ride Profile!



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Posted On: 6/14/2013 4:20PM
hcostino

Today's photo of the day comes from European Car Magazine's Facebook!




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Posted On: 2/14/2012 8:13AM
66Mope

Hey, it's been at least a few days since we showed you a FT-86/FR-S/BRZ video. But this one is worth watching. Chris Harris is the man and he says buy it. Watch!

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Posted On: 2/7/2012 12:02PM
MrAngry

I always get a kick out of street cars that have been lowered within an inch or two of the tarmac. Sure it looks good, but 9 times out of 10 lowering these things makes them completely undrivable. Road imperfections, potholes, speed bumps and even foul weather are the enemies of a lowered car. Hell, even getting in and out of a driveway can be a hassle. Understand that manufacturers go through great lengths making sure that their cars will perform flawlessly in all sorts of conditions, because in the end, these are street cars. That doesn’t stop the masses though from tinkering. It’s a tough choice… do you go for looks alone or usability? Video after the jump!

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Posted On: 2/3/2012 12:13PM
MrAngry

In the annals of modern hot-rod design there is no question that Chip Foose is amongst the best in the business. His cars have been featured on television, in magazines, online and at some of the greatest car shows around the world. However, before Foose got into hot-rods he was, get this, a Volkswagen guy. That’s right, he drove a 1985 MkII Golf GTI, a car which he says, was one of his favorites and the car that provided him with much of his early inspiration. I suppose it should come as no surprise as the VW Golf, like the Porsche 911, is one of those rare automobiles that has simply evolved over time. Through the years it’s gotten better and better, and like Chip Foose himself, it’s never lost any of the emotion that the original one set forth all those years ago. Via Ralf Becker.

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Posted On: 11/7/2011 2:01PM
66Mope

And it may or may not look like the pic Subaru released below. Sorry, we're a little late on this cause the news broke while we were at SEMA, but Jen will be in LA next week to give you the full scoop! And if you want to geek out on the subtle differences between the images below and the very latest teaser images, go to ft86club.com. One more pic plus the Subaru press release with some specs after the jump!

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Posted On: 10/29/2011 10:36AM
66Mope

Yep, these look to be the real deal. Legit looking brochure pics of the standard FR-S / FT-86, plus optional aero kit parts. Via FT86club.com. Two more scans after the jump!

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Posted On: 10/26/2011 5:40PM
66Mope

Brian always brings something cool to SEMA and this year is no exception. Brian bumped Honda's new K24Z7 power plant up to 450 hp using a new Full-Race intercooled turbo kit. Press release with all the specs after the jump, and check out Brian's 2012 Civic ride page for some ealy pics of the build!

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