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This Cheap-Looking Lincoln Town Car Has Way More Power Than A Charger Hellcat

Chronicled by Zack on TheChicagoGarage.com, this build features a 1993 Lincoln Town Car that was all but forgotten by society and time and a Mustang-less owner with the need to put a Cobra V8 powertrain in a forgotten car. Here’s an excerpt from the post: A little over a year ago, I sold the Cobra as a roller. The car was not for me (because it was missing two doors and just plain difficult to work on.) Shortly after I said goodbye to the Mustang, I went looking for a…

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Eight Cars That Made Way More Horsepower Than Advertised

Horsepower is often the first thing coming to mind, especially when performance-oriented cars are concerned. Horsepower, however, isn’t as one-way track as people would think it to be. There are multiple ways of calculating the figure, and they mostly yield different results. Removing the wheels, for instance, adds around 15% more to the final output. Open-exhaust system allows for the better airflow, hence produces more power, and so on. Things are more or less standardized now, but that wasn’t always the case. In fact, even now manufacturers often decide in which…

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7 Forgotten Jeeps You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

There’s a reason why the Jeep brand has a cult following. Old Jeeps are some of the coolest vehicles ever made, and the history behind the brand is just epic. But some Jeeps don’t get the recognition they deserve. Let’s look at some rare old Jeeps that history forgot. Let’s look at seven rare production Jeeps: one per grille slot. Wrangler, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee, CJ- these names rush to our minds when we think “Jeep.” But there are so many other great vehicles that sported that Jeep badge over the…

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Jay Leno Reveals 1000hp 1975 Custom Plymouth Duster

The 426 Hemi Duster was given to Leno before its creator passed away. Needless to say, it’s in excellent hands. Paul Annunziata was a brilliant mechanic and race car driver who spent five years transforming a 1975 Duster into a street-legal pro-stock drag car. A first-time effort on the lottery bagged him $10,000 that kick-started his project of wedging a 426 Hemi V8 from a Super Bee into the body-in-white chassis of a Duster. The engine bay was extensively modified in order to house the monster powerplant, onto which a…

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The Only Steel Bodied Corvette – The 1963 Corvette Rondine

The Corvette Rondine is a prototype commissioned by the Italian coach builder Pininfarina and was displayed at the 1963 Paris Auto Show. Pininfarina is best known as the designer of most Ferrari models over the past few decades. 1963 Corvette Rondine at Amelia Island – March 2013 This unique concept car was in the Pininfarina museum until 2008 when it was auctioned at the Barrett-Jackson Auction for $1.76 million. The Rondine is a interesting example of European style with American muscle. Even though it was styled by American Tom Tjaarda working…

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10 of the Fastest and Most Powerful Mopars of Their Time

Even automakers that never really cared for performance had to have one or more of the fastest and most powerful specimens in their midst. Someone has to be the number one, doesn’t it?! Performance oriented car makers such as Dodge, Plymouth and other Mopar divisions have had numerous such examples. And for more or less any given period of time at that. Although this wasn’t the usual business model, Chrysler’s subdivisions sometimes stepped out of conventional car maker’s comfort zone and delivered something out of the ordinary. However, looking back at…

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Animation Tribute To John Carpenter’s 1958 Plymouth Fury Christine! Don’t Miss The 1958 PLYMOUTH FURY With Ulterior Motives!

Automobiles have really important roles in movies. In fact, there are movies filmed in honor of a (or some) particular car(s). We have already shown you several videos related to the iconic car “Eleanor”from the cult movie “Gone In Sixty Seconds”, but this time we are going a little bit further back in time. Today`s video is an animation tribute to the movie of John Carpenter from 1983 – “Christine”! Our senior audience remembers this movie for sure as well as the 1958 Plymouth Fury Christine! This film is based…

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Billy Gibbons “CadZZilla”… A Stunning Piece Of Automotive Art

Of all the hot rods built at Boyd Codington’s Garage, none of them would ever come close in popularity to the enormously popular Cadzilla (sometimes referred to as CadZZilla), which was created for ZZ Top singer Billy Gibbons. A stunning piece of automotive art. The incredible craftsmanship has to be seen to be believed. Some would say that this is one of the finest custom cars of all time. The 1948 Cadillac Series 62 Sedanette is, in many ways, the car that best represents the beauty of the Cadillacs’ design. With…

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With over 1,500 Classic Cars: One of the greatest vintage car graveyards

Less than 10 years ago, the municipality of Kaufdorf, in the canton of Bern, Switzerland, had more classic cars than residents. One might think that only several hundred people live in Kaufdorf, but this tiny municipality has a population (as of December 2015) of 1,061, and thanks to Mr. Walter Messerli until 2009 they were largely outnumbered by his classic cars. (Volkswagen Beetle) on car cemetery in Kaufdorf, Switzerland. Photo Credit   Car cemetery. Mr. Messerli was the owner of one of the biggest vintage car graveyards in Europe. He started collecting…

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