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  • Out of Print: Plymouth's Demise is Seen on the Horizon

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    Back before car blogs, before Al Gore invented the Internet in fact, the primary source of car information was in print. And where you find automotive articles, you’ll also find auto ads. Auto makers still splash their wares across the pages of Road & Track, Car and Driver and the ilk – despite the move…

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  • What Have I Gotten Myself Into?

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    This is my garage. These are my cars- Thing One and Thing Two. Actually, that’s mean. I’d like you to meet my 1961 Austin Healey Sprite and 1975 Jensen Healey, or as the missus calls them, the money pits. Old cars are like black holes- they ravenously suck up all available resources, allowing nothing to…

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  • Craigslist Egregiousness: My Senior Prom Edition

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    If  this Craigslister had spent half the time they did dropping <br> tags in their ad on their pictures, we wouldn’t have to call them out for public mockery. Why my senior prom? Seemed promising at the outlook, but after what seemed like forever of waiting…a total letdown.

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  • Name That Part: Arbiter of Style Edition

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    Yesterday, Graverobber took over the reigns for Name That Part, and brought us a lever-arm shock absorber from a ’72 MG. That was nice of him. Congratulations to Armand4 for nailing it, and identifying the part so quickly and efficiently. On the other hand, Mr. Robber also brought us a heavily-oiled Sylvester Stallone in a…

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  • Crap, Now We Need to Learn Russian by The End of the Year

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    Press play. Just do it. You’ll be treated to what looks like a mash-up of Transformers and Spiderman, but good. And in Russian, with a Volga. Then you’ll want to go here. A tip of the Stoli to Jonny L…no that’s too obvious. We’ll call him J. Lieberman over at Automoblog.

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  • What Malaise? 6.6L Hurst/Olds

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    We’re all familiar with the typical Craigslist seller whose writing makes us weep for English as a language and whose photography leaves you wondering if they went to extra trouble to add blur and decrease the resolution of the two and a half pathetic pictures which usually contain a pitbull. Sorry ’bout that. Where was…

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  • If at Crash You Don't Succeed, Fail, Fail, Again

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    The craziest girl driver ever – Watch more Funny Videos Truth be told, there is no statistical evidence that women are less competent drivers than men. They are, however, genetically predisposed to have driving mishaps while in front of surveillance cameras. This woman goes from bad to worse, to seized motor in under a minute.

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  • XJ-S Junior Not Classy Enough? How About an E-Type?

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    We realize this isn’t Juniverse, but these were tough to pass up. After seeing the XJ-S Junior, reader Dr. Dangerously tipped us to The Harrington Group, an outfit that sells an assortment of stunning 1/2 scale electric replicas including a Porsche 356, Mercedes-Benz 300SL, E-Type, Flatfender Jeep and a Bugatti Type 35(ish) clone.

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  • Goat Chews on All-Natural Fuels

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    No no, it’s okay, we’re still a car blog. Bear with us.

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  • VW Car-B-Que Puts the Grill in the Back, Where it Belongs

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    VW Vortex member Thecleaner likes his VWs watercooled, but still pines for the days when the aircooled cars had their grills in the back. Having come across a clapped-out Cabriolet that was missing its top, he decided to set things right. He initially wanted to convert the car into a roadster but instead added a…

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  • FOUND: One medium-sized cruise ship.

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    You don’t completely realize the scale of these things until you actually see them in person.

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  • Name That Part: Italian Stallion Edition

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    Here’s a chance to show off both your car parts knowledge, and your appreciation of high quality film entertainment. The following picture is a part from a car, and if it were still on that car, 98.2% of you would guess it in a nanosecond. That’s why it was dragged out, naked and alone, so…

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  • Your Next Project Car: Perfectly Safe When It's Stopped Edition

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    Listen, the concept here is pretty simple. I have no garage, limited tools, zero storage space, and a Volkswagen. This means I am wholly unable to start on a new project car, and in fact restricted in my ability to work on the project cars I already have. To that end, I am forced to…

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  • The Lazy Man's Guide to Engine Removal

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    We hope he was able to figure out how to get his cherry picker up higher before hoisting the engine into the recipient.

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  • 2010 Nissan 370Z Roadster

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    “Top down, chrome spinnin’…” or in this case, it would be the 19” lightweight alloy wheels wrapped in high-performance Bridgestone Potenza tires; 245 in the front and large 275s strapped to the back. The song continues that “you see the boss grinnin’…” and I am doing more than grinnin’. I am behind the wheel of…

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  • Streetwalker: 1971 Datsun 240Z

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    There’s a street nearby the palatial Hooniverse HQ that people have been using as a de facto used car lot. They park their cars on the side of the road with for sale signs in the windows, with the hope of catching a buyer’s eye as they speed past at or above the posted 45…

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