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Rusty Monday: Smashed But Saved-So Far

We mostly stay true to the title of these dives into rusty derelicts, but we’ll deviate this week with Rusty Monday. These are derelicts for sure, but they are also more smashed with rust. You look at some of these and wonder how that happened? They’re smashed but saved-at least so far. Maybe they’re parts …

Several 2020 SVE Chevrolet Yenko/SC Camaro Stage I racing around a track
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2020 Camaro Sold Like Crap: When Will Chevy Kill It Off?

Recent reports have indicated that the Camaro will be built through 2023 or 2024 or whatever. While a rosy, feel-good assessment of Camaro’s continuing popularity, that’s not going to happen. With the dismal 2020 numbers just released, GM has no reason to continue production of the Camaro past 2021. Since the 2020 Camaro sold like …

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Rusty Monday: Still More Wasted 1st Gen Camaros

When you see images of desirable vehicles like these first-gen Chevy Camaros rusting away it makes you wonder. Why do these owners cling to these cars? If they have been owned for a certain time and there’s no money and motivation to have your dream why not pass it along? Before it turns into a …

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The Most Fuel-Efficient Sports Cars

If you’re shopping for a sports car, then you either know exactly which one you want or, if you don’t, then you’re probably juggling some important facts and figures. Do you want front, rear, or all-wheel drive? Do you want one with more than two seats? And, is fuel efficiency important? It probably isn’t, but …

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2020 COPO Camaro Forecasts End Of Sportsman Drag Racing

Chevys have always been the most popular race car in the NHRA Sportsman classes. The Sportsman classes make up the bleeding edge of amateur drag racing. It is what started drag racing and is the least expensive way to actually participate. In 2012 Chevy began offering a COPO Camaro which is a non-licensable factory Sportsman …

High Performance Package adds Mustang GT brakes, and GT Performance Package aerodynamics and suspension components to make it the highest-performing production four-cylinder Mustang ever.
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The Most Complained About Sport Cars

If you’re in the market for a sports car, then it’s extremely important to find out as much information as you can about the one that you’re interested in since it’s likely going to be your second car and weekend warrior. Fortunately, we combed through Carcomplaints.com for you and found the most popular sports cars …

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Rusty Monday: Muscle Cars Left To Rust Away

You wouldn’t expect to see muscle cars left to rust away. Yet, here we are with some of the scariest images of just that thing. Why? Who knows? There was a time when muscle cars were not popular; especially during the gas crisis of the mid- and late-1970s. And even the muscle cars that had …

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The “Catfish Camaro” Was Not as Bad as You Think

If you’re not really into Chevrolet Camaros, then you might be wondering what the “catfish Camaro” is. The catfish Camaro is actually thought of by most enthusiasts as the ugliest and most poorly built Camaro model ever built, however, it really wasn’t all that bad. In fact, it could be the most underrated Camaro model …

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5 of the Best Sports Cars That Can Be Driven Daily

Driving a sports car daily could be an obtainable reality for some and a distant pipe dream for others. But in either case, there are plenty of high-end, and lower-end, sports cars currently on the market to goad you into making an irresponsible buying decision at any moment. Sporty sedans might be able to satiate …