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  • Ode to the Pinto

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    And now for something completely different. I get songs stuck in my head a lot. As I do, they tend to morph into new songs based on the things I see around me. Sometimes I write them down. Usually, when I do, people ask me not to.

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  • Notes from The Old School: Bling without Billet

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    Fear not, fellow hoonigans. This site’s creed shall always be firmly about the weird, the wacky, the wild, the wonderful, the wandering, the unloved, the plebeian, and the occasionally truly WTF (which usually hail from Canada it seems).

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  • Open the Door for Your. . . Mystery Car

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    Your date with destiny has arrived. And this time, you won’t need those roofies. So impress your friends with the exhibition of your mad automotive knowledge skills. Or, fire up Google Images if those skills are more sad than mad. Click through the jump and see if you can guess the following- make, model, engine,…

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  • Name That Part: Seven of Mine Edition

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    In Friday’s Name That Part, our resident Borg, p161911, came up with the answer quite quickly, clearly identifying the brake master cylinder from a 1964 Jaguar E-type. Good for him!

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  • Six Toy: Tyrrell P34 Attacks Monaco

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    Remember the days when motorsports wasn’t all about “parity” or “the show,” and wacky, out-of the-box thinking was not only allowed but celebrated? I do (just), and one of the cars that absolutely typify this era is Derek Gardner’s magnum opus of ingenuity, the Tyrrell P34 F1 car, campaigned in 1976 and ’77.

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  • The Snake and The Stallion

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    It’s easy to forget that both Carrol Shelby and Enzo Ferrari legitimately earned their credibility by kicking ass on the track in the cars that went on become auto-erotica staples. We mock them or the identities their brands have acquired over the years, but rewind the clock to the mid 60s and the whole story…

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  • A Bizarre Sign of the Times?

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    This past weekend, over $85,000 worth of wheels and tires were stolen from an Edmonton-area Ford dealership, along with a few break-ins and theft of interior pieces, all on Harley-Davidson and King Ranch special edition trucks.

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  • More Egregious Craigslist: Worst Ad Spam Ever

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    Here’s an ad from Craigslist. See if you can guess what it’s for. Can’t quite get it? No, it’s not someone looking for a cure for his ADD, and it’s not a selection from his thesis on War and Peace. Maybe he’s selling stolen vowels from Wheel of Fortune?

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  • The Flying Oldsmobile Brothers Take to the Sky!

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    Amazing Oldsmobile Jump – Watch more Funny Videos If you happen to find yourself having trouble understanding Bernoulli’s Principle in physics class, perhaps a practical demonstration is in order. It’s important to keep in mind that while thrust, lift and drag are all variables, gravity always remains a constant. Source: [Break.com]

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  • He Hates These Signs! Stay Away From The Signs!

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    Hummer Goes On Road Sign Rampage – Watch more Funny Videos In case you were vacillating over whether Hummer drivers really are the douchebags people make them out to be, here’s a little reminder. Of course, it also demonstrates that the Hummer’s off-road capability isn’t just PR fluff. Source: [Break.com]

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  • A Testarossa for $17k? Riiiiiight…

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    All right, everyone: you’ve got until 5:00pm on Wednesday to take your shot at some sweet bargain 12-cylinder Ferrari goodness. What we have here is a genuine Resale Red 1990 Testarossa with a current price of $17k. Let’s see if we can figure out the catch…

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  • LateralG Lets You Know Where to Get Your Hoon On

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    LateralG.org is the Hoon’s hashpipe of driveable roads. If you’ve ever been cruising down an unfamiliar highway, and wondered where that turn-off goes, and whether it’s a worthwhile detour, then this is a site you need to bookmark.

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  • Streetwalker: Immodest Karmann Ghia Shows Us its Crack

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    It’s time to revisit our favorite street-side car lot and check out the inventory. Today we have a 1971 Karmann Ghia that doesn’t look like all it’s cracked up to be.

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  • Craigslist Egregiousness: Check the Comps! Edition

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    Did you know a 302c.i. V8, T-5 manual transmission and all the necessary accessories to make them work only cost $300? Apparently that’s what the subject of today’s public e-flogging believes.

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  • That's What's Up

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    You spoke, we listened. Properly functioning images in posts? You got ’em. YouTube embeds? Check. Profiles? No problem. Last but not least, the crown jewel of commenting, the Edit Button is among the many features we offer. Details after the jump.

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  • Disco Stu… apparently advertises now.

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    Thanks to Josh for pointing out this EXCELLENT 1978 Lincoln Continental. Apparently it is the Cartier Design series edition which is probably the real inspiration behind the Cartier American Tank line of watches… A daily-driver with under 100K miles on a 460 4bbl engine? The price is right at $500, so if you are in…

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