Muscle Cars 

80 YEAR OLD CRASHES WITH JAY LENO IN THE CAR – 2,500 HP ON 2 WHEELS

Jay Leno has many claims to fame, but among us car guys, his epic garage full of historic and exotic vehicles is #1. The amount of hype he’s gained just over his collection since his retirement from The Tonight Show was incredible. So incredible, that NBC did a web series on it. Then he decided to do a YouTube series for the everybody who loved automobiles. This YouTube show did so well that NBC thought twice, and decided to put him back on the America’s TV screens. He’s driven and ridden…

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Mystery 1960 Plymouth XNR Concept Car Was Intended To Be Corvette Killer

When was the last time you saw an asymmetrical car? Made of steel, it sports a souped-up version of the Valiant’s 225 Slant Six – 1960 Plymouth XNR Concept Car. Halfway through the 1950s, most of Detroit’s dream cars were greatly influenced by jets and rockets. Excitement over extended tailfins and aesthetic wings. While Chrysler Corp focused on performance and gave styling little attention, its Plymouth division did so and was in par with Chevrolet and Ford. One of the possible next steps to improve the appeal of the Plymouth…

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Photographer Shoots Formula 1 With 104-Year-Old Camera, And Here’s The Result!

If ever there was a sport that required rapid fire photography, Formula One racing is it. Which makes what photographer Joshua Paul does even more fascinating, because instead of using top-of-the-range cameras to capture the fast-paced sport, Paul chooses to take his shots using a 104-year-old Graflex 4×5 view camera. The photographer clearly has an incredible eye for detail, because unlike modern cameras that can take as many as 20 frames per second, his 1913 Graflex can only take 20 pictures in total. Because of this, every shot he takes…

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Muscle Cars 

THE LEGENDARY ‘CUDA MUSCLE CAR IS COMING BACK, AND 2020 CAN’T COME FAST ENOUGH

The experts in all things Mopar at FCAuthority.com report that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has filed for a trademark on the ‘Cuda muscle car name, with the expectation that a new ‘Cuda will go into production in 2020. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles The ‘Cuda was the hip abbreviation of the later-model Plymouth Barracuda, a compact sporty car launched in 1964, shortly before the debut of Ford’s Mustang. The Barracuda’s ungainly lines prevented it attracting the following the Mustang did, which is why sporty compact cars are called “pony cars” today and not “fish…

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