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Whether it’s trains, planes, or automobiles, speeding vehicles have made for some of the best nail-biting, jaw-dropping moments in cinematic history. Entire franchises have been built around car crashes and explosions that, while defying the laws of physics, have reinforced the magic of Hollywood. There’s probably no greater testament to this than the Fast and the Furious franchise, which never ceases to amaze when it comes to wonderfully ridiculous car-related stunts. I thought it would be impossible to top 2015’s Furious 7, which features the late Paul Walker and Vin Diesel crashing a red W Motors Lukan Hypersport through not one, not two, but three skyscrapers in Abu Dubai, but The Fate of the Furious could certainly unseat its predecessor.
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The 1971 Buick GS will run on regular unleaded gasoline to accommodate the catalytic converter, with lower toxic exhaust emissions the goal. The standard factory equipment 350 is now a lower compression engine producing 55 less HP than last year. There were 89,1070 of the GS produced in '71 and 902 of them were convertibles. The balance and majority of the GS manufactured in '71 were 2 door hard tops-at 88,000 plus units.
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