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Posted On: 4/4/2013 12:04PM
MrAngry

Just so you know, stunts like the one you’re about to see between Pikes Peak record holder Rhys Millen in a new McLaren 12C Spider and Chanelle Sladics, Winter Games Medallist are completely rigged. That does not however mean that they’re any less entertaining to watch. The story is something straight out of Top Gear and pits Millen against Sladics in a made-for-the-camera race to the bottom of the mountain. Check it out after the jump.

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Posted On: 4/3/2013 12:56PM
MrAngry

In light of Chevrolet releasing the new 2014 Camaro Z/28 at this weeks New York International Auto Show, I thought I’d post up a little video that pays homage to the Camaro’s of the past. Covering all five generations, the video is nicely shot and makes us understand why people have been falling in love with these cars for almost 50 years. Check it out on Vimeo!



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Posted On: 4/2/2013 10:20AM
MrAngry

It wasn’t until the last 15 years or so that Ferrari’s 246 Dino were actually considered to be good investments. The Dinos were always thought to be lacking in the performance department due in part to their 195 hp 6-cylinder engines. However those who were able to look past this realized that the Dino was one of the best driving cars Ferrari ever produced thanks to their low weight and superb chassis. The following example shows just 12,678 miles on the odometer and is in amazing original condition aside from a single repaint in original Bianca white. The original Daytona seats show only slight wear and mechanically, with service records from new, the car is said to be a very strong runner. Check it out on eBay!



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Posted On: 4/1/2013 9:58AM
MrAngry

Like Harley-Davidson motorcycles, today’s modern muscle cars can be customized to reflect the owners personality. Paint, wheels, interior and engine modifications can be addressed and there is no shortage of parts from the aftermarket. The following Dodge Challenger comes to us from the guys over at Jonsibal Design Works, and is nothing short of sinister. Flat bronze wheels set perfectly in the fender wells give the car and evil stance, and that matte-black paint finishes off a stunning machine. This particular design may not be for everyone, but as far as we’re concerned, it looks outstanding! Watch the video on Vimeo!



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Posted On: 3/29/2013 12:30PM
MrAngry

When it comes to heading off-road, vehicles like the Jeep Wrangler, Ford Raptor and Toyota FJ may come to mind. However when it comes to SERIOUS off-roading most people would ditch the aforementioned rides and go straight for the King, or as most know it, the UniMog. Built by Mercedes-Benz, the UniMog has been around since 1947. It’s a true jack-of-all trades and was built primarily to be used by farmers and municipalities. These trucks are not fast, not nimble and certainly not fuel efficient. However, if you are looking for the best off-road vehicle in existence, then there is no beating this thing. Video after the jump!

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Posted On: 3/28/2013 1:54PM
MrAngry

In 2005 Ford released the Ford GT, a halo car that was the modern interpretation of the iconic GT40 race cars of the 1960′s. It was powered by a 5.4-liter V8 with twin screw-type supercharger and produced 550 hp and 557 lb.ft. of torque. It’s top speed was over 200 mph and it would hit 60 mph in 6-seconds. In short the car was outstanding. John Hennessey of Hennessey Performance, recently took his personal Ford GT, strapped on twin-turbos, and then proceeded to set a new record at The Texas Mile by running 267.6 mph. Ladies and gentlemen, if that’s not fast then I don’t know what is. Check out the amazing run after the jump.

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Posted On: 3/27/2013 1:25PM
MrAngry

The Bentley Continental GT Speed and Audi S4, two siblings separated at birth and both from the same mother (Volkswagen). One went to the best schools, ate the best food and had the hottest girlfriends. The other, although still successful, had to work a little bit harder for it. From a price perspective you’d think the Bentley Continental GT was 10 times the car the Audi S4 is, but after enjoying a stint in both vehicles, Chris Harris seems to think differently. Click through and check it out.

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Posted On: 3/26/2013 2:34PM
MrAngry

As 16 and 17 year old kids the only thing we wanted to do with our cars was to go out and cause trouble. Burnouts, donuts, j-turns were our signature moves, but every now and then we’d be able to find some trails and do a little auto-crossing. We’d find a nice open field, wait until the sun went down, and then let the hoonage begin. Now granted, we were driving crappy cars from the late 1970′s and early 80′s, so we never achieved the visceral WOW factor of what you’re about to see. Regardless though, as long as there are teenagers with cars, you can bet your ass that disturbing the neighbors and causing trouble will never go away. Video after the jump!

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Posted On: 3/25/2013 12:15PM
MrAngry

When it comes to hot-rods, doing things on the cheap is not always the best idea. Sure it can be done, but I’ve always found it comes back to bite you in the ass later on down the line. Sometimes though, starting a project on the cheap leads to bigger and better things, as there are times when having no planned course of action produces the best results. Check out the video after the jump.

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Posted On: 3/22/2013 3:22PM
MrAngry

Every automobile enthusiast out there has that one car or truck that they look upon as their holy grail. It’s the vehicle that lit the spark under their bottom and got them revved up about anything with an engine. For Fred Williams, host of Dirt Everyday on MotorTrend’s Youtube channel, that vehicle happened to be a beat up 1951 Jeep CJ3a that he saw in a magazine way back in 1989. It was dirty and rough around the edges, but it worked flawlessly and acted as the off-road catalyst for Fred. Check it out after the jump. Via Motor Trend

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