The first thing I noticed was that it has been Wide Bodied...And that the chromed out 351 in that back has two big eyes staring back at you....At first I walked right by that a Ford GT nose had been grafted on it.... I'm sure if you know what your looking at it goes on from there....Very cool Car...Check it out!!
We thought you might like to see this awesome 1950's American classic out cruising through the countryside. It's powered by the original 371 cubic inch Olds Rocket V8. This car features the most amazing set of taillights you'll probably ever see. It also has it's fuel filler hidden inside one of the taillights, much like some of the Chevy's and Cadillac's from that time. We hope you find it interesting, thanks for taking a look!
Among the most intriguing cars currently on display at SEMA 2016 are four carbon fiber-clad muscle cars built by the SpeedKore Performance Group.
The company has created a 2017 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, 2017 Ford Mustang GT Fastback, 1970 Plymouth Cuda and 1970 Dodge Charger, all adorned with exposed carbon fiber panels and unlike anything else at the show.
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It's okay, gas is still cheap...for now.
There’s a double-edged sword to getting some of the high performance press cars that automakers occasionally send our way. On the one hand, lucky journalists at the CarBuzz offices get to play with a high horsepower toy all week but on the other, the price of gas (and sometimes tires) becomes a concern, especially with some of the larger displacement options around. That’s why Auto Express took to the roads in a Vauxhall Maloo LSA, a not for America sedan that features GM’s 6.2-liter V8 pushing 536 horsepower, to figure out how to drive efficiently.
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A classic Ferrari is expected to become the world's most expensive car after it was put up for sale at £45 million.
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For years, hot rodders and tuners have stayed with the traditional LS engine swaps to gain more horsepower and get a lot more torque than the average car. Mechanics and engineers have been looking for other ways to get the most horsepower out of their engines, and have now looked into electric vehicle technology.
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It’s not your imagination, or just because of the long Thanksgiving weekend: the highways really are more crowded than ever.
It’s a fact. According to analysts at IHS Markit, the number of cars registered to American drivers hit a record of more than 264 million this year. That’s an increase of more than 6.2 million, or 2.4 percent, from the same period a year ago, the firm said.
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