The voiceover from Kevin Yon declares, “There’s a place in America where you can almost see Russia . . . which means there’s a place in Russia where you can definitely HEAR America.” The spot closes with the brand’s tagline “Domestic. Not Domesticated.”
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Detroit may be steeped in its automotive past, but the Motor City is not feeling all that nostalgic about its contributions to the car industry. In the past, the North American International Auto show has been defined by muscle cars, concepts that celebrated iconic brand history, and pure unadulterated horsepower. But as the week of vehicle debuts kicks off at Cobo Hall, the news is all about the practical present, and a nod toward the uncertain future.
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Kia building plans to steal muscle car buyers that could include a tilt at Bathurst.
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We're looking at a 1970 Chevrolet Chevy Nova in Green Mist Paint with a 6 Cylinder engine.
The car's Owner is Don Dames. Don shares this car was stored for years and is 80% original. Seeing this car will takes you right back to 1970.
The Shelby GT 350 is the moniker adopted for the 1966 Mustang models Carroll Shelby modifies. There were initially 252 units of '65 Mustang 'K' code fastback delivered to Shelby American and the entire production of the Shelby GT 350 reached 2,378 for the '66 model year. The battery is no longer mounted in the trunk, the factory side extractor vents are replaced with quarter panel rear windows, scoops for brake cooling are added to side panels and there is a larger array of colors to choose from. The Paxton Super-charger, `a Selectshift 4-speed automatic are optional equipment and the over-rider traction bars from last year are not available. The fold-flat rear seat back., which is standard fare on the factory produced Mustang is an option on the GT 350, but the dual exhaust pipes are a part of the package.
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