The profile of a yellow Ford GT70.
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Throwback Thursday: The Ford GT70

The success of the Ford GT40 at LeMans in the 1960s, and the resultant movies, documentaries, and literature that have come out related to the model, have helped cement the car’s place in automotive history. That endurance racecar is a Ford legend. However, what is unknown is that Ford also created a GT70 model with …

A red Dodge challenger driving on a city street
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Can a Dodge Challenger GT Do a Burnout?

Like apple pie and ice cream, American muscle cars and burnouts go hand-in-hand. That is, unless you happen to be driving a Dodge Challenger GT, in which case, it could get tough. The reason for this is that the Challenger GT has an all-wheel-drivetrain that’s great in all types of weather, however, getting sideways in …

Orange 2020 Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Volante with the top town in front of the beach
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The Aston Martin DBS Superleggera Is Still Wonderful Without a Roof

Originally, many high-end automakers had independent coachbuilders design and assemble their cars’ bodies. And Aston Martin was no different. In fact, one of its most iconic cars, James Bond’s DB5, was designed via a licensed version of Italian coachbuilder Superleggera’s construction system. And to pay tribute, the company’s name appears on the British carmaker’s newest …

A white Corvette at a car show display
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This 1963 Corvette Has an Ultra Rare Option

The second generation of the Chevrolet Corvette was launched in 1963. The whole new design included a split rear window for the coupe. The Corvette was only produced for one year with that split rear window. So, the split window 1963 Corvette is rare on its own. But, there is one ultra-rare option that was available for 1963. This …