I have ruined a car myself. In fact, I’ve ruined quite a few cars, in quite a few different ways. So, without further ado, here are all the cars I've owned that started out fine, then I made them worse, and all the ways in which I ruined them.
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The first trailer for the upcoming 8th installation of the famed “Fast and the Furious” movie series dropped this weekend and included in this 3-minute clip is a good look at a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat with a widebody kit – which has in turn stoked up the rumors of a widebody Challenger coming from Dodge.
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There was a time when a hot rod was, well a hot rod. It wasn’t a traditional hot rod, a rat rod, a resto-rod, a street rod; it was just a hot rod. Well, there were customs but that’s another topic for another day. As the years have passed-by the build-styles have changed as often as the seasons and the “arguments” about what type of hot rod this one is over another has raged on.
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"In the world of muscle cars, the road to glory is reached only upon white letter-tires." That could be a quote from some famous guy, but it isn't—it's simple fact. Your muscle car's level of decrepitude is insignificant. Rusted-out rocker panels? No problem. Gray fenders, blue hood, and red doors? Don't worry about it. If those dull mag wheels have a fresh set of NASCAR-chic white letter tires on them, they're going to communicate all the vroom vroom that you'll obviously, eventually, get to on the car itself.
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A few weeks back, we brought you a short video showing a 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 on the dyno in stock form and today, we bring you a look at that same supercharged GM muscle car, which has received a few new components and a few hundred extra wheel horsepower.
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Back in 1969, Ford was ready to roll out a new engine to compete in NASCAR - the BOSS 429. This was a semi-hemispherical headed V8 designed to compete with Dodge's 426 Hemi that was leading the pack on the NASCAR super speedways. NASCAR rules say that you need to sell at least 500 copies of a "street" version of any engine you planned to race, so Ford needed to build a civilian BOSS 429 for the general public. The interesting part is that Ford interpreted the rule book and noticed that the engine didn't have to be in the same car raced... so they could stuff a BOSS 429 into a Mustang rather than the Torinos being used in NASCAR. The result was a super-bad Mustang with a custom-installed 375 HP NASCAR engine under the hood...