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MINI John Cooper Works GP Concept is a MINI Badass

MINI John Cooper Works GP Concept is a MINI Badass
MINI just revealed a sweet custom variant of its popular subcompact car, designed to pay homage to the brand’s racing heritage, as well as to show off some ultra-modern production techniques, like 3D printing and 3D knitting of…

The Panther 6 Was a Crazy 6-Wheeled UK Sports Car

The Panther 6 Was a Crazy 6-Wheeled UK Sports Car
Despite spending the majority of my nearly 50 years on this planet as a gearhead, I’m still amazed how on a regular basis, I come across a vehicle that I never knew existed. Today’s revelation? An unusual 1970s…
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SportChassis P4-XL is a Luxury Sport Utility Truck

SportChassis P4-XL is a Luxury Sport Utility Truck
Do you want an off-road truck that looks like an armored bank truck? Look no further than the Sport Chassis P4-XL. This beast is built on a¬†Freightliner M2 Sport chassis, but heavily modified for luxury, comfort, and…

Working BMW Transformer: Robots in Disguise

Working BMW Transformer: Robots in Disguise
One of the more incredible custom car builds I’ve ever seen has to be this BMW from Letrons. It looks just like a regular BMW when parked, but then opens up to form a giant mech, just like…

Cherry 1980 Stingray Has Just 700 Miles Since 1982 Restomod

Cherry 1980 Stingray Has Just 700 Miles Since 1982 Restomod
While today’s C7 Chevy Corvettes are the best ‘Vettes ever in terms of performance and handling, I always loved the look of the C3 Corvette. I think it’s because the ’70s and early ’80s models were the Vettes…

Guy Turns Dodge Minivan into Batman’s Tumbler

Guy Turns Dodge Minivan into Batman’s Tumbler
The Tumbler from the Christopher Nolan Batman trilogy is arguably the coolest vehicle the Dark Knight has ever driven. Well, that and the batpod motorcycle that emerges from its front. While nothing will ever live up to the…

Ford GT ’67 Heritage Edition Pays Tribute to Le Mans Winner

Ford GT ’67 Heritage Edition Pays Tribute to Le Mans Winner
If the 650 hp, $450,000+ Ford GT weren’t awesome enough all on its own, now Ford Performance has gone and made it look even better, with a slick livery which pays homage to the Le Mans winning ’67…

Lancia Stratos Dodge Challenger Hellcat for Sale

Lancia Stratos Dodge Challenger Hellcat for Sale
The Lancia Stratos is one of those classic cars that many gearheads would love to have in their collection. But it’s not exactly the easiest or cheapest car to come by, never mind the fact that ’70s and…

Avatar Roadster Is a Low-Volume Track Beast

Avatar Roadster Is a Low-Volume Track Beast
With brands like Caterham, Zenos, BAC Mono, Ariel Motors to its credit, the UK is a hotbed for low-production track day sports cars. Now we can add another brand to the list, with Avatar, and their powerful, lightweight…

Devolro KingDavid Super Truck Is Ready to Take on Anything

Devolro KingDavid Super Truck Is Ready to Take on Anything
Whether you’re a diplomat, an oil baron, or simply wealthy and paranoid, you need a vehicle that can survive a hostile attack. Look no further. Custom vehicle maker Devolro has got your covered with its KingDavid armored super…

The Bugatti Civic Is Both Unholy and Awesome

The Bugatti Civic Is Both Unholy and Awesome
There’s a very large ocean between a Honda Civic and a Bugatti Veyron. The Civic is a sub-$30,000, front-wheel drive car, with a 4-cylinder engine, and in most incarnations, less than 200 horsepower. On the other hand, pretty…

Bentley Continental GT V8 Galene Edition by Mulliner

Bentley Continental GT V8 Galene Edition by Mulliner
Frankly, I already think that Bentleys have a boat-like quality about them, so it’s not much of a stretch to think that the British luxury car maker is showing off a model that was “inspired by the finest…

This 1988 Chevy Sprint is $35,000… For a Good Reason

This 1988 Chevy Sprint is $35,000… For a Good Reason
Seeing that the average book value on a 1988 Chevrolet Sprint is about $1,495, the idea of paying more than 23 times that amount seems outlandish – especially for a car with over 72,000 miles on the odometer.…
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