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Jaguar D-Type Racer Production Restarts After 60 Year Hiatus

Jaguar D-Type Racer Production Restarts After 60 Year Hiatus
One of the most iconic cars that Jaguar ever made was the D-Type that was originally produced in the 1950s. The last o f the original D-Types was made all the way back in 1957. It turns out that Jaguar had originally planned to build 100 D-Type models, but only completed 75 of them.
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Nissan 370Zki Is Built for the Slopes

Nissan 370Zki Is Built for the Slopes
Nissan is showing off a highly-customized 370Z Roadster that will be on display at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show. The car is called the 370Zki, which is apparently pronounced “370-Ski,” despite its spelling. The drop-top Z car started life as a normal 370Z before having its wheels removed and some cold-weather sporting goods added on. The rear wheels were replaced with some massive DOMINATOR treads that measure 15″ x 48″ x 30″ and some front skis that measure in at 12″ x 56″.
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Callaway Yukon Denali Packs 560hp and Handling Upgrades

Callaway Yukon Denali Packs 560hp and Handling Upgrades
The name Callaway is mostly associated with hopped-up Corvettes, but that isn’t all the company works on. It will also trick out your Caddy and several GM SUVs. The latest SUV to get the Callaway treatment is the Yukon Denali. If fitted with the larger 6.2L
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SCG Baja Boot is a Baja Racer for the Street

SCG Baja Boot is a Baja Racer for the Street
Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus (SCG) is best known for making expensive sports cars, but the company is working on a new off-road capable performance vehicle called the “Baja Boot.” It’s designed to survive the punishing terrain of Baja and Dakar racing, but can also be driven by anyone on the streets.
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SP-110 Edonis Fenice is an Updated Bugatti EB 110

SP-110 Edonis Fenice is an Updated Bugatti EB 110
Back when Bugatti went belly up in the mid-90s, a group of former workers bought all the leftover bits and used them to build a car called the Edonis. A car maker called Casil Motors will be making a limited run of 15 copies of the SP-110 Edonis Fenice.
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7 Surprises from the 2018 Detroit Auto Show

7 Surprises from the 2018 Detroit Auto Show
The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit is the most iconic OEM motor vehicle meet in the United States, every year drawing hundreds of thousands of car shoppers and members of the media alike through its doors at the Cobo Center.
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Electric Ferrari 308 GTS for Sale: Green, Wrapped in Ferrari Red

Electric Ferrari 308 GTS for Sale: Green, Wrapped in Ferrari Red
One glimpse at this Ferrari 308 GTS and the Magnum P.I. theme song will be stuck in your head. However, this particular specimen has given up its Italian V8 engine at some point along the way.
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Officially-licensed Eleanor Mustangs Available for Purchase

Officially-licensed Eleanor Mustangs Available for Purchase
One of the coolest cars that ever graced the big screen was the Eleanor Mustang from the 2000 Nicolas Cage flick Gone in 60 Seconds. That car was awesome. If you ever wanted to own one of those cars and you happen to have big bucks, you can own an officially-licensed version of the vehicle, courtesy of Fusion Motor Company. The build starts off with either a 1967 or 1968 Mustang fastback.
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Genovation Cars GXE is an All-Electric Corvette C7

Genovation Cars GXE is an All-Electric Corvette C7
Back in 2016, Genovation Cars electrified a Corvette C6 which they used to set a speed record of an incredible 209 mph. Now, it turns out the company is headed to CES 2018 with a pre-production performance EV called the GXE.
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Aston Martin Vulcan Gets a Street-Legal Conversion

Aston Martin Vulcan Gets a Street-Legal Conversion
The Aston Martin Vulcan is a 7.0L V12-powered beast that was built for the track only. However, the enterprising owner of one of the 24 examples of the car wanted to enjoy theirs more than just on race days.
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Hennessey to Build 50 VelociRaptor 6×6 Trucks

Hennessey to Build 50 VelociRaptor 6×6 Trucks
Hennessey Performance has announced that it will actually go ahead and build its awesome VelociRaptor 6×6 truck in limited quantities. Just 50 of the trucks will be built, and they’ll be available to buyers around the globe.
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2018 Saleen S1 Rocks a 450hp Turbo-4 in a Svelte 2685 lb Package

2018 Saleen S1 Rocks a 450hp Turbo-4 in a Svelte 2685 lb Package
If you have your eye on a high-end BMW, Porsche, or Mercedes-Benz sports coupe, Saleen has something that you might want to consider. The 2018 Saleen S1 has a custom-built turbo 2.5-liter four cylinder engine that makes 450 hp and 350 lb-ft of torque, while weighing in at just 2865 pounds. The car promises to pull 1.2
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Devel Sixteen Makes More than 5,000 Horsepower

Devel Sixteen Makes More than 5,000 Horsepower
Koenigsegg is proud of the output of its Agera RS engine and Bugatti pats itself on the back for how much grunt the Chiron makes. Both should feel inadequate with Devel Motors unveiling the final concept version of the Devel Sixteen at the Dubai Motor Show.
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Hennessey VelociRaptor 6×6 Is a Raptor with a Bonus Axle

Hennessey VelociRaptor 6×6 Is a Raptor with a Bonus Axle
During the recent SEMA 2017 show, Hennessey Performance announced an epic new truck – the $349,000 VelociRaptor 6×6. This truck is a heavily modified version of the new Ford F-150 Raptor. The modifications include heavy duty 20″ off-road wheels and tires, custom bumpers, LED lights, and most notably a duo of axles in back. Hennessey says that the 6×6 gains performance in sand and mud compared to the normal 4×4 truck.
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Hey, Crimefighters! Own Your Very Own Batmobile

Hey, Crimefighters! Own Your Very Own Batmobile
Have you always wanted to ride around town in the Batmobile? Well, if your last name is Wayne, and you’ve got 200 grand lying around, this one is ready to roll out of your personal Batcave. This custom-built Batmobile replica started out as some unspecified 1985 Chevrolet, and rocks a huge 5.7-liter
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