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BBC News is reporting, via The Sun, that the BBC (how metadorable!) is in talks (again) to take the show over the big pond to their colonial shores. More importantly, based upon the report from The Sun, rather than picking up a rag-tag group of 'merican autonistas to front the show, they're planning on just importing the current A-team over here. If the reports are true (we've heard them like a million times...this week) it would mean Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May would be creating a

"...US show...the same as the UK version, but focusing on American cars, such as Cadillacs."

Boy am I glad to hear that the culmination of the BBC's knowledge of 'merican cars consists entirely of "Cadillacs."

BBC Top Gear in US TV deal talks [BBC.co.uk]

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