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  1. Ford Car Discussion
    Future Cars: A Modern Take On Aussie Ford Falcon Coupe Carscoops When people think muscle cars, generally, icons of America’s most noteworthy V8’s come to mind - Camaro, Mustang and Challenger to just name a few. However down under in Australia, where most things that crawl into your shoes...
  2. General Motors Discussion
    I don't know if this really is "A DEVELOPING STORY" ... hope so 111 years ago, Buick invented the modern performance engine - Road & Track/Car Culture In over his head. By Abraham Drimmer May 19, 2014 / Photos by AFP/Getty Images Today marks 111 years since David Dunbar Buick changed the name...
  3. Competition News
    For more information about what Chevy is developing for upcoming Camaros and how that relates to the Ford Mustang visit AutoGuide.com.
  4. Ford Brand News - Global
    Future Cars: Drafting a Modern Light-Duty Pickup Truck for Ford Ever since the demise of the much loved Ford Ranger from U.S. soil, fans of the small pickup have been crying out for a replacement. Rather than taking on the Australian designed and developed 'global' T6 Ranger, the Dearborn-based...
  5. Lincoln Discussion
    So the question was asked over at GMI, what would a 65 Continental look like finished with modern surfaces and glasshouse etc....? Shortened version added as some think the first would be too big, or have too small of a passenger compartment... Thought I'd play around with a modern...
  6. Asian Competition
    Oddity=an odd characteristic; peculiarity. But if there is ONE major oddity when driving Nissan’s Leaf electric car it is this: there are no major oddities. After our first drive in a near-production Leaf it is apparent that any driver can get into the electric machine and be comfortable from...
  7. Ford Motor Company Discussion
    Richard Truett Automotive News | February 4, 2008 - 12:01 am EST Automakers are flirting with turbochargers again, just as they have every decade since the 1960s. Both General Motors and Ford Motor Co. recently have revealed plans to install turbochargers in mass-market cars. But the new...
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