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Image inside For My Mustang Lovers...

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That 88 GT

 
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Video inside BIG MUSCLE: '69 Impala

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"If I ever rob a bank, I wanna be driving this car"

"If I ever get in a bar fight, I wanna leave in this car... and drive away"

"If somebody ever cuts me off and I have road rage, I wanna be in this car"



All that new sh*t is cool, but American Muscle is GOAT.

 
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5 days ago

Image inside 10 Most Expensive Cars In The World

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| By Apollo Treed - 5 days ago

1) Maybach Exelero - Priced $8 million



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Tagged as the most expensive car in the world, this beast boasts of a 700-hp, twin-turbo V12 engine and can reach the top speed of 218 mph. Luxury being its forte, speed isn’t the priority here. The Maybach Exelero is a custom-made car at the request of Fulda Tires. The car was manufactured in 2004, and the rapper Birdman bought it in 2011 for $8.0M. The rapper Jay-Z also featured this car in his music video “Lost One”.
2) Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita - Priced $4.8 million



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This beast boasts of a finish literally made out of diamonds! Koenigsegg has created a finish with carbon fiber and diamond dust impregnated resin called Koenigsegg “Proprietary Diamond Weave”. It has dual-supercharged V8 engine with 1,004HP, with a top speed of 254 mph.
3) Lamborghini Veneno Roadster - Priced $4.5 million



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With a 750-hp, 6.5-liter, 12-cylinder engine, and reaching 0-62 mph in 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 221 MPH, Veneno Roadster is a prized beauty. Lamborghini only made 10 of these in the year 2014, making it a rare collectible that year.
4) W Motors Lykan Hypersport - Priced $3.4 million



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With a 3746 cc engine, and reaching 0-62 mph in 2.7 seconds, this limited production car by W Motors, has a top speed of 245 MPH (394 KM/H). W Motors confirmed only 7 units in production each year.
5) Mansory Vivere: Bugatti Veyron - Priced $3.4 million



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Bugatti Veyron is one of the most famous roadsters around the world. Bugatti sold more than 400 cars till date from total planned production of 450. The top speed of this supercar is 255 MPH (410 KM/H), with an 1,200 hp, 8-liter, 16-cylinder engine and hitting 0-62 mph in 2.5 seconds.
6) Ferrari F60 America - Priced at $2.5 million



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With a V12 740HP engine and hitting 0-62 mph in 3.1 seconds, Ferrari built this car to celebrate 60 Years of Ferrari. This car has a top speed of 200 MPH.
7) Koenigsegg One:1 - Priced at $2 million



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With a 1340 HP engine, this beast hits 0-250 mph in 20 seconds. Koenigsegg One:1 boasts of a top speed of 273 MPH.
8) Ferrari La Ferrari - Priced at $1.4 million



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This limited production hybrid supercar built by Ferrari is one of the most precious and in-demand car in the market right now. Only 499 units are produced in the world. It has a top speed of 217 MPH (350 KMH), with a 6.3 litre, F140 V12, electric motor & KERS engine, reaching 0-60mph in 2.9 seconds.

 
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6 days ago

Image inside This garage is better than yours

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6 days ago

2016 Nissan Titan XD: Ready to Shake Up the Light-Duty Truck World

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| By Chicken_N_I-Roc - 6 days ago



NissanÂ’s first Titan light-duty pickup was a solid truck when it debuted in 2003, with an annual sales peak of about 87,000 units and a respectable second-place finish in a five-truck comparison test in 2007. But it was left to languish relatively unchanged, and today itÂ’s a dinosaur compared with the ever-evolving stalwarts of the segment, such as the new aluminum-bodied Ford F-150. That vast disparity shrinks considerably at this yearÂ’s Detroit auto show, though, with Nissan unveiling the first of its all-new 2016 Titan light-duty pickups.

Better Late Than Never
The second-gen Titan’s gestation has been lengthy. It was originally supposed to debut a few years ago as a rebadged Ram 1500 in a failed tie-up with pre-Fiat Chrysler, but the cancellation of that program sent Nissan back to the drawing board. It eventually engineered the new truck both in house and in the U.S., with the big draw being a deal with Cummins to utilize its new 5.0-liter V-8 turbo-diesel—an all-new configuration for the light-duty segment that Nissan will exploit in pitching its truck against the big sellers from the Detroit Three.


To that end, the 2016 Titan at first will be available only in extrastrength XD guise when it goes on sale later this year, with the Cummins V-8 diesel being the sole engine offering. Nissan will roll out additional gasoline V-8 and V-6 options soon after the XDÂ’s late-summer launch, as well as a conventional, lighter-duty version, but details on those havenÂ’t been released yet. The diesel will be paired with an Aisin six-speed automatic transmission and will be exclusive to the XD model, which features a stronger, fully boxed frame and sturdier underpinnings than the lesser Titan. The XD will debut as a four-door crew cab with a 151.6-inch wheelbase, a 6.5-foot cargo bed, and either two- or four-wheel drive. All new Titans share some front-end componentry with NissanÂ’s NV-series of full-size vans.

With the XD, Nissan is targeting those in pickup limbo, which is to say those buyers for whom a monstrous heavy-duty rig is too much truck but a standard light-duty pickup is not quite enough. Nissan believes that up to 150,000 buyers per year find themselves in that position. Indeed, with a payload rating in excess of 2000 and max towing of 12,000 pounds, as well as a gross-vehicle-weight rating greater than 8500 pounds—which technically makes it a heavy-duty trucki—the Titan XD fits the bill as a tweener. Call it a light-duty-plus pickup.

The Guts
Despite its unusual positioning, the 2016 Titan XD otherwise is relatively conventional, with an all-steel body, a coil-sprung independent front suspension, and a solid rear axle supported by leaf springs. Wheel sizes range from 17 to 20 inches, the four-wheel disc brakes measure at least 14 inches across, and an optional electronic-locking rear differential will be available for off-road excursions. Surprisingly, however, thereÂ’s no automatic four-wheel-drive setting for the transfer case, a handy feature that many light-duty trucks have had for years.



The Titan XD is as large as other pickups, measuring up to 78.7 inches tall, 80.6 inches wide, and 242.9 inches long. Eventually, there will be three bed lengths to go with the standard, extended, and crew cabs. Given the truckÂ’s steel construction and heavy, diesel engine, curb weights should be about three tons for a crew-cab four-by-four.

While the Cummins dieselÂ’s 310 horsepower at 3200 rpm is weak compared with a modern gas V-8Â’s output, its 555 lb-ft of torque at 1600 revs positively shames every other light-duty truck engine on the market. Along with the requisite direct fuel injection and urea-injection exhaust after-treatment, the diesel also features a compacted-graphite-iron block, aluminum heads, dual overhead camshafts, and CumminsÂ’s new M2 two-stage turbocharger system for combating turbo lag. EPA ratings have yet to be determined, but expect relatively frugal fuel economy similar to the Ram 1500 EcoDieselÂ’s (22 to 23 mpg combined), as well as stout straight-line performance.



Clever Stuff
Along with the fancy engine, the Titan XD features a range of workingmanÂ’s tech, including an integrated trailer-brake controller, a tow/haul mode and downhill-speed control for the transmission, trailer-sway control, a rearview monitor with trailer guides and integrated trailer-light monitoring, and an available fifth-wheel hitch in the bed. There are also full-length step bars that extend beneath the bed sides, as well as LED taillights and running lights, optional LED headlights, and proximity-key access.

Nissan paid considerable attention to the XDÂ’s cargo bed, which now features LED lighting throughout, including for the dampened tailgate. Although it lacks the latest GM trucksÂ’ helpful bumper steps, the bed does feature a 120-volt power outlet, NissanÂ’s channeled Utili-track tie-down system in the floor, and lockable storage boxes. Unlike RamÂ’s RamBoxes, which cost extra and are built into the truckÂ’s bed sides and permanently reduce the bedÂ’s interior width, the new TitanÂ’s compartments are integrated into the interior of the bed but can be removed when not in use.



NissanÂ’s Around View Monitor has been fitted into the TitanÂ’s telescoping exterior mirrors and surely will help with tight maneuvering. Of course, numerous other driver aids and safety nannies will also be available, including front and rear sonar alerts, blind-spot and rear-cross-traffic monitoring, and hill-start assist.

The Tinsel
While the first Titan strutted onto the scene wearing an original and somewhat polarizing design, the new truck takes a more cautious approach with an amalgam of lines borrowed from other pickups. The styling is still handsome and recognizably Nissan, and the arched A-pillar actually is reminiscent of the previous truck’s. The Titan XD also debuts a new “T” emblem inspired by the helmets of Roman gladiators. But you can still see a little Chevy Silverado in its headlights, the Ford F-150 in the grille and front doors, and the Ram 1500 in the bed sides. We definitely could do without the huge, wartlike vents on the front fenders.

Inside, the new TitanÂ’s cabin is simple and blocky with a familiar Nissan layout. Interior cargo space is up by about 30 percent front and rear versus the previous TitanÂ’s. Although it lacks a true flat floor with the rear seats folded up, overall room in the XD crew cab is cavernous. And the rear 60/40 bench is highly configurable, with both underseat storage and a foldout elevated load floor. Five trim levels will eventually be offered, including SL, the off-road PRO-4X, and the new range-topping Platinum Reserve with two-tone leather and extra glitter.



We canÂ’t comment yet on the XDÂ’s ride quality or interior noise levels, but Nissan admits itÂ’s not ready to play with the latest high-end luxo-trucks from Ford, GM, and Ram. Still, the XDÂ’s materials and detailing are decent, the ergonomics are smart, and well-placed shiny bits brighten the TitanÂ’s overall vibe. Moving the shifter from the console to the column frees up real estate for plenty of cubbies and cup holders, and NissanÂ’s Zero Gravity seats felt adequately supportive during our sneak peek. Considering our previous Titan experience, two of the best new features are a standard power tilting-and-telescoping steering column and an improved overall seating position. Other highlights include a five-inch LCD screen in the cluster, a Rockford Fosgate audio system, Nissan Connect with navigation and a seven-inch central monitor, dual-zone automatic climate control, remote start with temperature control, and a supplemental cabin heater for diesel models.

More To Come
While it’s too soon for pricing details, the Titan XD’s high-powered diesel engine and added content will surely push its MSRP well north of the old truck’s $30K starting point, with well-equipped crew-cab four-by-fours likely to be in the $50,000 neighborhood. That may prove to be a sales headwind—and that’s before confronting the issue of diesel-fuel prices in the U.S., which currently are significantly higher than gasoline’s. Wait for the gas-burning, non-XD Titan if you want a more affordable version. Although the XD’s unique positioning—and powerplant—will make direct comparisons difficult, it may be just the right amount of truck for certain haulers.



Looks like more of a Ford to me. Either way I wouldn't mine having one. Then again, I would still have a diesel GMC Sierra.

 
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Video inside 2016 Volvo S90 Pitch Video

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1 week ago

Image inside Mercedes-Benz auctions for record $9.9 million

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PHOENIX — A rare German luxury car set a new record for the highest Arizona car-auction price, fetching $9.9 million Friday evening.

The 1937 Mercedes-Benz 540K Special Roadster fell short of its projected sale price of $10 million to $13 million but still beat a previous Arizona record of $9.6 million set last year for a 1964 Ferrari 250 LM at the same auction, RM Sotheby. The red two-seater Mercedes originally was priced at 28,000 reichsmark, or about $12,000.

When it was new, the 1937 model was delivered to the United States and bought by Reginald Sinclaire of Larkspur, Colo., who was an heir of one of the founders of Corning Glass, according to RM Auctions. The manual-transmission car is believed to have been driven fewer than 11,000 miles in the past 80 years.

The most expensive car sold at a public auction was a 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO that sold for $34.65 million, not including a buyer's premium, on Aug. 14, 2014, at Bonhams Quail Auction in Carmel, Calif., according to Bonhams, a British auction house.










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1 week ago

Image inside 15 Cars With The Best Resale Values

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1 week ago

Image inside Near perfect Lamborghini Murcielago lp640 replica for under 40K

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If you've seen the real thing in person, you'd probably be fooled if this pulled up beside you on the street












Dude got authentic Lambo parts from the exhast pipe, wheels, and mirrors all the way down to the seat belt clip and sh*t.Not a bad a deal for a near perfect Lambo replica. So finally to the question BX, would you buy it if you had the money?. I know I would. sure it's not a real Lambo but only you(and that car head who would know it's a replica because it's 3 centimeters more off the ground than a real Lambo ) would know, and the car alone would get you bi*ches you couldn't get before(not that you NEED those bi*ches but hey it's free pus*y). Also it's a real nice looking car and what else car is as nice looking as this for under 40K?

 
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2 weeks ago

Video inside Velvet Bentley In LA

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GO TO 14:20 FOR THE BENTLEY

 
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2 weeks ago

Video inside Hellcat vs '87 Grand National (STOCK!)

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| By Apollo Treed - 2 weeks ago

Two monsters right here, but got damn if that GN ain't a beast. 30 years older and still held his own. American muscle


 
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2 weeks ago

Image inside would you drive this

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| By Sin - 2 weeks ago



I'm the second owner of a 1979 A-series (transitional) Commuta-car. Plug in, fully electric vehicle.

New paint (dark blue), original interior (black - near perfect), new michelin tires and tubes, new batteries, new alltrax speed controller, AM/FM/CD, sunroof, vinyl top, new brakes, all new battery cables. new side slider windows (originals will go with the car) Ready to enjoy.

On board Charging works great. 38 mph indicated -35 mph per gps on flat ground w full charge. Downhill slight grades? 40+, but.....do you really want to go that speed in one of these????

All electrical upgrade were done by Glen at EV Performance in Alabama.

I also will include a set of quad front disk brakes that I was going to try to engineer fitment on the front ....but decided to sell instead.

Worst part? peeling foam bumpers! I'm currently fabricating steel tubular ones, but car will be sold with the original bumpers.

I have ~ $6K in this. Clean NJ title in my name. Registered and Insured. Yes...the car is dark blue. sunlight playing tricks on the painted hood.

https://cnj.craigslist.or .. 418959126.html

 
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2 weeks ago

Image inside The 2016 Ford Focus RS

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The most impressive thing about the 2016 Ford Focus RS isn’t the Drift Mode or the fact that it’s stupidly fast on track without showing any sign of understeer. What you’ll really love is how refined and easy it is as a road car. No hot hatch ticks all the boxes quite like Ford’s does—and rejoice, for this Euro legend is finally coming to America.

Ford decided to put the Mustang EcoBoostÂ’s 2.3 four-cylinder under the hood, but upgraded with a new twin-scroll turbocharger, intake, exhaust, high-flow head, stronger cylinder liners, oil cooler and the largest radiator and intercooler they could physically jam into the car.

The resulting 350 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque meant there was no other way than going all-wheel drive. And while they actually built a prototype using a Haldex system like the one you find in cars such as the Volkswagen Golf R, that didnÂ’t cut it, because as I mentioned before, understeer is sh*t.




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2 weeks ago

Image inside Volvo claims it will have ‘deathproof’ cars by 2020

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One of the reasons why the Tesla Model S garnered so many rave reviews is because the vehicleÂ’s performance in safety tests was off the charts. Looking to up the ante even further, Volvo has gone so far as to predict that itÂ’s cars will be completely deathproof by 2020.

Speaking to CNN, Lex Kerssemakers, CEO of Volvo Cars North America, boldly predicted that in just a few years, no passengers will be killed or even seriously injured while riding in either a Volvo car or SUV.

VolvoÂ’s plan to achieve this is of course simple in theory but will prove challenging in practice. First, the company plans to make their vehicles as robust and safe as possible. Second, the company plans to implement a number of advanced technologies to help improve crash avoidance, including auto lane keeping assist and large animal detection:

Is this strategy something we havenÂ’t seen before? Hardly, but as CNN notes, no other company, not even Tesla, has exhibited this level of confidence as it pertains to automotive safety.

The report adds:

“With the development of full autonomy we are going to push the limits of automotive safety,” said Volvo safety engineer Erik Coelingh, “because if you make a fully autonomous vehicle you have to think through everything that potentially can happen with a car.”

That doesnÂ’t mean that drivers will necessarily have to use the carÂ’s autonomous driving mode in order to be safe, though. Even when the driver is in full control of the car, these systems will still run in the background, ready to take over the instant thereÂ’s danger.

With so many companies seemingly more focused on auto safety than ever before, hopefully weÂ’re not far off from a day when current automotive related fatality rates seem more like a relic of an antiquated era than an all too sad reality.

https://www.yahoo.com/tec .. 225711904.html

 
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Video inside Tour of a Junkyard in Japan - Yes there's Skylines!

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3 weeks ago

Video inside Bugatti Veyron vs Nissan GT-R: fu-k a cop edition

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| By Apollo Treed - 3 weeks ago


The way they shot this was dope as fu*k, look like a deleted scene from Miami Vice. Wonder how many mods that Nissan got, sh*t had nitrous in it
Our street races in the hood on the strip never had these caliber of whips

 
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3 weeks ago

Video inside In depth of new Koenigsegg Regera

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2016 Koenigsegg Regera
MSRP
$1,900,000





Pure genius.

 
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3 weeks ago

Image inside 2017 Ford Raptor SuperCrew

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fu*king hard, will cop in 2018

 
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Video inside Lamborghini Aventador SV Attacks the Isle of Man

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Sitting at the top of Lamborghini's totem pole as its current fastest production car, the Aventador SV has the awe-inspiring looks and presence that make it deserving of the title. It has a huge wing, huge brakes, and huge front air intakes. It packs a 740-hp 6.5-liter V12 and has a top speed of 217-plus miles per hour.

We called the throttle a "go-sideways lever" during our first drive of the beast, marveled at how each lap felt like "something survived." This Lamborghini wasn't meant to be tame.

Still, though, we don't take any of these facts as warnings. Far from it. Given the chance, we'd still love to thrash one in a place where no limits exist. Like a race track. Or at the Isle of Man. Today, we're jealous of EVO's Henry Catchpole, who got to experience an Aventador SV flat-out around the winding and open roads of the island. At dusk.

He didn't speak much, either, so you can hear how glorious the V12 sounds during the hard accelerations and downshifts. Maybe he was committing this moment to memory, because this is a story you tell your grandkids.

 
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