11/20/19
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I would just like to remind everyone that DTM and Super GT put aside the past, reconciled their differences, and came together to form a more harmonious future for the world of motorsport. If they can do it, so can you. From now on, right before I go to sleep, I will take time reflect on what I did today to be more

11/14/19
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It is my duty to remind you that Chevrolet once sold a four-door AE82 Corolla with a 4A-GE under the Nova Twin Cam moniker. Let it dance in the landscape of your dreams as you drift to sleep tonight. If everyone forgets about this car, it will cease to exist. Don’t you dare forget.

11/13/19
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It’s a rare treat to see young rally star Oliver Solberg gas hopping and hittin’ switches in his Subaru WRX STI Lowrider. He may not be a true OG, but what he lacks in style he makes up for in effort. 

11/13/19
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May I introduce to you the hottest piece of technology equipment available to fledgling race car drivers back in 1964: the rain proof safety visor, as modeled here by Graham Hill. Have you ever seen something so damn effective in all your life?

11/9/19
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I don’t know what came before the “and” in this ad for the Ford Maverick, but I’m guessing it was probably “self-contained underwater breathing apparatus.”

11/8/19
4:35 PM
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There is no vent, snorkel, winglet, or carbon fiber addendum that Pagani will reject these days, and the original design, seen here on Zonda 001, might just be as wonderful as the company’s look has ever been. (If you didn’t hear already, there are a bunch of Pagani Zondas parked in New York’s Grand Central Terminal

11/6/19
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Tucked away in a distant corner of an outside lot at SEMA this year is a delightful surprise. This drag racer does wheelstands, houses very large canisters of nitrous, runs very quick quarter mile passes, and is shaped like Chevrolet’s best mid-sized personal sport coupe of the 1990s. It’s a first-generation Lumina

11/2/19
3:56 PM
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The Panhard 24 was the last Panhard-branded model before Citroën gobbled up the company’s carmaking business. The military vehicles Panhard still made until they were acquired again by Renault were pretty striking too, but I don’t think you’d prefer a VBL to the black 24bt above if you were leaving on a double date. I

10/30/19
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I recently spotted a Plymouth Neon at my local Taco Bell, and had no choice but to exit my truck and take photos. The Neon is a vehicle that I didn’t appreciate enough when I was younger, and so I will repent by repeatedly expressing my newfound love for the awesome front-drive compact sedan that Chrysler took a

10/25/19
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I drove a 1977 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 earlier this week, and now my life will never be the same. That incredible 4.2-liter inline-six, that satisfying long-throw four-speed manual, that overall mechanical simplicity, that excellent off-road geometry: It’s no wonder this machine is such a legend.

10/24/19
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Considering making my very first impulse buy: a 1980s Corvette. My bad taste in cars and deep-down boomer heart needs it for... uh... stuff. Like crushing all the European cars in town.

10/22/19
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It was malice in Hondaland, the collision heard round the world! Thirty years ago today, teammates Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost made contact on lap 47 of the 1989 Japanese Grand Prix, throwing both of their championship hunts into chaos. Here's to hoping you tackle your Tuesday with just as much determination with a

10/19/19
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If you were a discerning Brazilian GM executive with a taste for waffles and french fries, there would only be one vacation spot on your list: Belgium. But if you were such a successful fellow, you’d certainly have an entourage to take with you. That’s where the Veraneio comes in.

10/15/19
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Got those Tuesday morning post-long weekend blues... but at least they’re more Leyton House blue than Tyrrell blue.

10/13/19
10:05 AM
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If you’re going to have to work through the long weekend, you better have the right tools for the job. I’ve picked this massive Renault dump truck and I think it’ll do just fine. I mean, it’s huge, it’s yellow, and it’s got a turbo. What else do you need?

10/5/19
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In an alternate timeline where the housing market continued its rise through 2008 and Bear Stearns still exists, a production Spyker D12 Peking-To-Paris is getting its chrome running-boards scuffed and leather floor mats muddied after polo practice somewhere in Westchester. Not here, though. It never came to be.

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