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Nissan’s RB26 Skyline Motor Back in Production

Nissan’s RB26 Skyline Motor Back in Production
If you are all about that JDM life, one of the most famous engines that Nissan has ever made is back in production. Now Autoblog is reporting that you can buy a brand new engine block to build up your own dream RB26DETT inline-6 that powered three different generations of the Skyline.
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Watch Craftsmen Remake a Classic Porsche Body Panel

Watch Craftsmen Remake a Classic Porsche Body Panel
It can take a tremendous amount of time and money to restore a classic car. In most cases, car owners have to dig through junkyards and auctions to find the parts they need. But in the case of Porsche, their accessories group has been known to actually recreate parts for classic cars – in this case, using lighter weight materials.
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Concepts from Future Past: Ford Mustang RSX

Concepts from Future Past: Ford Mustang  RSX
Back in 1979, the Ford Mustang was in its third production generation, being built on the popular Fox platform, which was shared with many other less sporty vehicles, and gave the car its first ever sharp-edged design.
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Pristine 1993 Cobra R Mustang Fetches $132,000 at Auction

Pristine 1993 Cobra R Mustang Fetches $132,000 at Auction
I have a very soft spot in my heart for the Fox Body Mustang that ended its production run in 1993. The most awesome of those Fox body cars was the 1993 Cobra R, and like many Mustang enthusiasts, I have always wanted one.
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That Time Ford Built a Mid-engined Mustang: The 1967 Mach 2

That Time Ford Built a Mid-engined Mustang: The 1967 Mach 2
Despite the original Mustang being a major hit from its launch in mid-1964, that didn’t stop Ford from thinking about future variants of the car. Designed by Gene Bordinat and built by the Ford Special Vehicles Group and Kar Kraft, the Mach 2 Concept was their attempt at a mid-engine version of the Mustang.
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Concepts from Future Past: 1967 Lamborghini Marzal

Concepts from Future Past: 1967 Lamborghini Marzal
Designed by Bertone’s Marcello Gandini, the Lamborghini Marzal offered a dramatic and futuristic look, with gull-wing doors, and its naturally-illuminated cabin. Its chassis started out as a Lamborghini Miura, but with an extended wheelbase so it could seat four.
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1966 Shelby GT350H Barn Find is One Sweet Pony

1966 Shelby GT350H Barn Find is One Sweet Pony
Ford Mustangs of the late ’60s are becoming increasingly rare as the years pass, and more are lost to the rust pile and accidents. Finding examples hidden away in barns is a big deal, and people get excited.
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10 Millionth Ford Mustang Rolls off the Assembly Line

10 Millionth Ford Mustang Rolls off the Assembly Line
When it comes to producing cars, hitting the 1 million mark is always a significant milestone, so when I found out that ten times that many Ford Mustangs have now rolled off the assembly line, I was duly impressed.
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1965 Shelby Cobra Mauled by Asshole Bear

1965 Shelby Cobra Mauled by Asshole Bear
Bears. As cool as they are, they can be complete assholes. They regularly eat post offices and Outbacks here in Colorado. They go through the trash, and generally make a nuisance of themselves. Despite being cute, they will eat you too if cornered.
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Should I Invest in AAPL, AMZN, or ACP (Air-cooled Porsche)?

Should I Invest in AAPL, AMZN, or ACP (Air-cooled Porsche)?
If you have ever though investing sounded boring, you aren’t alone. Some German bankers have come up with a new investment strategy for those wealthy sorts out there that car folk can certainly get behind. It’s not a new stock or bond, it’s buying classic air-cooled Porsche cars.
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Icon Old School BR Bronco Packs Classic Looks, Modern Tech

Icon Old School BR Bronco Packs Classic Looks, Modern Tech
If you liked that Icon 1965 Kaiser-Jeep Wagoneer back in May, you will really like what the pro resto-modders Icon have cooked up now. The boutique automaker has a new ride called the Icon Old School BR.
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Collection of Rare Ferrari Parts Fetches Millions

Collection of Rare Ferrari Parts Fetches Millions
An auction was held recently and one of the highlights of the auction wasn’t a complete car, rather it was a collection of parts. These parts give some wealthy person the opportunity to start building their own Ferrari 250 GTO.
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Concepts from Future Past: 1989 Ferrari Mythos

Concepts from Future Past: 1989 Ferrari Mythos
Back in 1989, Ferrari commissioned Sergio Pininfarina to design a new concept car which was intended to combine modern technology with the racing spirit of 1960s barchettas. Based on the Testarossa platform, the Ferrari Mythos had a smooth, curvy body style which was a great departure from the linear and pointed looks of the Testarossa.
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Continuation Boss 429, Boss 302, and Mach 1 Mustangs Announced

Continuation Boss 429, Boss 302, and Mach 1 Mustangs Announced
If you ask a bunch of Mustang fans what the best-looking year was for Ford’s pony car, about the only thing most of them will be able to agree on is that it’s not the Mustang II from the malaise era.
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10 of the Sexiest Lines from the 2018 Chicago Auto Show

10 of the Sexiest Lines from the 2018 Chicago Auto Show
If cars are indeed your thing, then what is the equivalent of having tasteful amounts of sex appeal? Does it go beyond beltline curves, carbon fiber, Alcantara, and aluminum? The vehicular landscape is one that comes littered with both staggeringly good and bad design touches, and while concepts like Infiniti’s insanely sleek Q Inspiration stirred the Detroit auto show this year, there’s a lot to love about Chicago’s shindig a couple weeks later as well.
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