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1969 Pontiac GTO Judge – The Original American Muscle Car

Gran Turismo Omologato or GTO, has become synonymous with what happened to be the strongest muscle car dominance on American back roads and highways alike. When it came to life in 1969, nobody expected the success that Pontiac was about to gain with the GTO Judge. What followed in the years to come will remain in history as a stepping stone for the American muscle car community. A brief ...
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2022 GMC Hummer EV Review: No More Gas Guzzler

The 2022 GMC Hummer EV. It sounds strange saying it. After all, who would’ve even remotely thought about associating the infamous Hummer gas guzzler with the idea of eco-friendly electric powertrains? And yet, GMC took the bold risky step towards electrifying one of its famous humongous SUVs. It is still big; it takes on off-road challenges and it is mighty expensive. Let’s have a look at ...
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15 Cool High-Tech Features on New Cars

New cars have gotten expensive… really expensive. Even the sensible base Honda Accord has a $25,470 starting MSRP, making it relatively unaffordable for many younger buyers. That being said, newer cars offer excellent passenger and pedestrian safety, they’re economical and reliable, but perhaps best of all, they’re usually full of amazing technology that was thought impossible in the not ...
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2022 Ford Bronco – The Legend is Back

It’s been 25 years since Ford put a halt in the production of the Bronco. Built between 1966 and 1996, the Ford Bronco was adored by the American public looking for a compact off-roader that could double as a sports utility vehicle. Although it served many Americans as a great workhorse for 30 years, the Bronco was discontinued in the mid-90s as the demand for 2-door SUVs dropped ...
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Will Future Cars Become Boring as the World Shifts to Electric Cars?

The short answer is no but the long answer is… it depends. Electric cars are neither better nor worse than ICE cars, but they are different. It’s not a night and day difference mind you, but there are some key areas in which EVs differ from combustion-engined cars, for better or worse. Speed Let’s just get one thing out of the way first: EVs are ridiculously fast. From a dig (a standstill), ...
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17 Most Dangerous Things to Ignore on Your Car

Ever pumped up the volume on your car’s audio system just so you won’t hear that annoying rumble, at least not until you get home after a tiring day at the office? Or do you avoid rolling your passenger window down because it makes a squeaky noise? We all know that ignoring a problem won’t make it go away, no matter how hard we wish it would happen. While in some cases, annoyances can be ...
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The 2021 Bentley Flying Spur is Sophisticated British Luxury

Before the third-generation Bentley Flying Spur, we were presented with models that heavily relied on their VW DNA, hidden well beneath their luxury shells. Admittedly, it was VW Phaeton DNA, yet in the world of uber-exquisite, extremely picky buyers, this may have been an undesired fact. Nevertheless, this is no longer an issue. The 2021 Bentley Flying Spur is now sharing its platform with ...
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Preparing Your Car For Winter: 10 Useful Tips

As the first autumn leaves are finding their way to the ground below, we’re preparing for fewer daylight hours, stronger winds and lower temperatures. Although winter may still seem far away, chances are the first snowflake will drop sooner than we might expect.  And while you can easily take out your winter coats, the scarves and gloves, there’s a bit more preparation to do when it comes to ...
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Most Annoying Cost-Cutting Features On Cheap Cars

Manufacturers have done it for decades; purportedly punishing buyers of their economy, or base model cars. You expect fewer features, lower grade interior materials, and overall lower tech in a vehicle with no options added, but some cost cutting measures take it a little too far. Decide to opt for the small engine choice; you get an awkward single exit exhaust on a rear bumper designed for ...
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Million Dollar Club: 20 Cars That Cost Over a Million Bucks

Owning a million-dollar car – for some, it’s an achievement to show how far they got in life while for others is just another hobby, admittedly, an expensive one. From unique exteriors made of exotic materials and insane amounts of power under the hood to precious stones and diamonds fitted within the bodywork, there are many reasons for why certain automotive examples would pass the ...
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Muscle Car Spotlight: 1987 Buick Grand National GNX

Since the 215 Grand Nationals produced in 1982 to commemorate the success of reigning NASCAR Grand National series champion Darrell Waltrip, Buick made refinements to its last RWD body on frame coupe from an era that was rapidly fading into history. Beginning life as a naturally aspirated V6 that dripped 125 horses from the crank, the special project managed to improve its performance and ...
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2020 Kia Telluride Review: Kia Goes Big with Telluride

Bigger is better, right? From houses and cell phones, to American waistlines and consumer debt, everything keeps growing. So too does our everyday vehicle choice, with the midsize crossover reaching ever larger sizes. VW’s Atlas, Subaru’s Ascent, and now the Kia Telluride all tell the tale of limited success with limited size, therefore a larger size should lead to larger success, right? ...
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Jeep Gladiator Review – Are You Not Entertained?!

Enter the 2020 Jeep Gladiator before a cheering crowd. Cue Russell Crowe screaming “Is this not why you are here?!” Er, sorry, we’ll lay off the Gladiator quotes (a bit). Jeep pretty much prints money these days, which is good news for the rest of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA).  After winners like the Chrysler 200 and Dodge Dart, the Fiat 500L that no one bought, and Alfa Romeos that ...
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1970 Chevy Chevelle SS 454 LS6 Classic Muscle Car Review

As any muscle car enthusiast will tell you; 1970 was the best of times, and it was the worst of times.  Detroit's big three manufacturers were consumed by the notion of “win on Sunday, sell on Monday”, and year after year seemed to produce exponentially greater power, and larger displacement engines. Critical mass was reached by 1970 when insurance premiums brought too much pain to consumers’ ...
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The Corvette C8 is Mid-Engine Masterpiece

Since 1953, Corvettes that have made it into production have been two things: Front engine-rear wheel drive, and relatively affordable. Since 1959, designers and engineers in the young program have flirted with the idea of sticking the motor behind the driver. Many design studies, from Chevrolet Experimental Research Vehicles (CERV), to open wheel racer development vehicles, the ‘Vette has ...
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Best Cars that Need a Stick

Since pretty much forever, vehicles in the US offered a manual transmission in every model built. It was so common, the manual trans was known as “standard” shift, since it was the default choice. Now, less than 3% of cars sold in the US have manual transmissions, according to a recent report in the LA Times. Everything from high-end sports cars to base model economy crapcans are doing away ...
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