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A Chevrolet design workshop named “Project Opal” had a mandate to build a two-seat sports car for the American market. The result of this work was a hand-built Corvette prototype made in 1951. Chevrolet gave it the name of EX-122, and the public got to see it in New York City at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel on
Opinion 1 Muscle cars and sports cars are both flashy, fast, and impressive, but they’re far from the same thing. Sports cars operate on the objective of sleek visuals, high speeds, and agile handling, with lighter weights and sleeker exteriors than their counterparts in the muscle car market. Muscle cars excel in the fields of
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As we’ve recently learned, the next evolution of the madness that is the 707-horsepower Dodge Challenger Hellcat will be called the Demon. Though we don’t know too much about it yet, there are two things that we are sure of—it will have huge drag tires and a whole lot of supercharger whine. Full article: https://goo.gl/JYkcL6
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We caught up with the reality tv star and custom car king to find out exactly how, and why, he creates the masterpieces that his clients and viewers have come to expect. Full article: https://goo.gl/mlUO3w Mind-Blowing Carbon-Fiber ’Cuda – With Parts You Can Buy Too! Considering that SEMA is far and away the largest automotive
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