Hopefully you follow Car Craft and Lutz Race Cars on Facebook. If so, you've been watching the build of Jeff's new race car as it's been happening. This is the third 57 Chevy Jeff has built, and he says it's the culmination he's learned from the first two, plus knowledge gained from his Mad Max Pro Mod 1969 Camaro, which he won Hot Rod's Drag Week in last year. This new car represents a return to the "steel roof and quarter panels" notion promoted by many street car classes as well as conforming to rules imposed by Justin "Big Chief" Shearer on Street Outlaws.
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Tesla’s next passenger vehicle under development, the Model Y compact crossover, will be built on the platform and underpinnings of the California automaker’s much hyped Model 3 sedan, CEO Elon Musk has confirmed.
“Upon the council of my executive team . . . who reeled me back from the cliffs of insanity—much appreciated—the Model Y will in fact be using substantial carryover from Model 3 in order to bring it to market faster,” said Musk in yesterday’s quarterly financial call. Musk also acknowledged that the SUV market is larger than the sedan market and that there are customers who would prefer such a vehicle.
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In a young adult world dominated by tuner and import cars, Brett Chmura’s Monte Carlo SS stands tall as a direct statement of daring to be different amongst his peers. That being said, the Pomfret, Connecticut, resident has earned his place amongst many wicked muscle cars by designing and building a car with a great story. With family roots stretching back to 1959 when his grandfather opened his first auto repair shop (now operated by his uncles) he spent plenty of time watching his dad, Charlie, spin wrenches on a number of custom cars in the family’s two-car garage.
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