The Camaro ZL1 Convertible. Photo credit: AP

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The New York Auto Show is always a bit low-key, but this year, it was weirdly quiet. But! That doesn’t mean nothing happened. Quite a lot happened, in fact. Here’s all the stuff you’ll want to see from it, and nothing that you don’t.

There’s also a lot more coming from the show, now that we’re all done with it. Behind-the-scenes stuff, happy things, wonderful things, and even one of the most oddly sad things we’ve ever seen (and yes, it’s from Mitsubishi, how’d ya guess).

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There may or may not even be a video tour coming of the incredibly gorgeous Spyker C8 Preliator from the man who created it.

Hold onto your butts.

Reverse: Danica Patrick Was Born

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On this day in 1982, Danica Patrick, the first woman to win an IndyCar Series race, America’s top level of open-wheel racing, is born in Beloit, Wisconsin.

Neutral: What Do You Wish You Saw From New York?

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Besides a smattering of beautiful things like the Mazda Miata RF folding hardtop, this year’s NYIAS was a bit bland. What do you wish you saw out of it instead?