Driving Distractions to Eliminate (and One to Keep Around)

Driving Distractions to Eliminate (and One to Keep Around)

BAM! You look away just for a second, maybe even a half-second, and suddenly you find yourself intimately familiar with the rear end of a school bus. Conditions in traffic can change that quick, which is made even worse by the sheer number of distractions that tempt drivers to look away from the road these days. Whether the distractions are in the car with us...

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Great Car Photos!

Great Car Photos!

Here are some cool photos from a website called Crank & Piston. I have it saved as one of my favorite sites because of one photographer, Phil McGovern. This guy takes some of the best pictures on the web and seems to be almost everywhere there is an event happening. Check out some of the shots from the track, the scale and movement are amazing. You should...

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Who Makes the World’s Fastest Street-Legal Sedan?

Who Makes the World’s Fastest Street-Legal Sedan?

Brabus and G-Power are in a back-and-forth duel for the bragging rights of holding the title of World’s Fastest Street-Legal Sedan. G-Power did it first, with the tricked-out 225-mph Hurricane M5, which is a BMW M5 with a V10 and 730 ponies. Then Brabus came with their jab in the form of the Rocket, a Mercedes CLS with a bored-out, twin-turbo V12 that was...

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Nissan Wants A Cheaper Z, So The Kids Can Buy Them

Nissan Wants A Cheaper Z, So The Kids Can Buy Them

The next-generation Nissan Z (which may or may not be: 1. A crossover; 2. Real; 3. Inspired by a bicycle; 4. FWD; 5. All of the above) may be less expensive than the current car, Nissan design chief Mamori Aoki told Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf. A lower price would appeal to a younger generation who can’t afford the Z’s current $30,000 price tag, Aoki said....

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From the Archives – Stutz Blackhawk

From the Archives – Stutz Blackhawk

There was no shortage of decadence in the pages of Hemmings Motor News during the 1970s. We’ve previously shown a few examples of customs, one-offs and retro-reanimations, from the Kanzler Coupe to the Cooper Markette. The Stutz Blackhawk, though, had a decent following during those days of disco and polyester, as evidenced by the fact that over 500 examples...

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