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Why GM Finally Let Cadillac Build an All-New Twin-Turbo V8

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Source:  www.popularmechanics.com / By Matthew Jancer / Aug 28, 2018 It used to be that each General Motors division had its own engines—Pontiac had Pontiac engines, Oldsmobile had Oldsmobile engines, and as good as Chevy engines were, no engineer in the rest of GM’s divisions would be caught dead using them. There was rivalry. There was pride. Then came the 1970s. The cost of engine development shot up, and GM’s “31 flavors of engine” evaporated. All of GM just used the same few engines, a lot of them from Chevrolet. Boring. That’s the way it’s been for decades. But...

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Video: Jay Leno’s Garage | Ford Galaxy Restoration

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Take a step back in time with these amazing racecars

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Source:  topgear.com Pictures only tell half the story. Because on Saturday, a superlative collection of astonishing race machinery took to Laguna Seca for a celebration of excellence. Welcome, to the Monterey Motorsports Reunion. By collection, we refer you to the 551 historic racers from 1911 right through to 1995 that took to Laguna’s lightly terrifying 2.238-mile layout. Last Thursday and Friday they practised and they qualified. Saturday? They raced. Properly raced. Seeing period-correct cars going flat out, the noise of those astonishing race engines reverberating around the track was...

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In Reverse: 120 Years of Body-Building Changes

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Source:  https://www.autobodynews.com / Written by Gary Ledoux The first auto body designers and builders represented what was already an old established craft. People had been traveling in wheeled carriages for hundreds and hundreds of years. But at the dawn of the 20th century, they would be powered not by horses or some other draft animal, but by some sort of motive power. It mattered little to early body builders if vehicles were propelled by a gasoline engine, electric power or steam. Their task was to create a conveyance that would carry people—period. The body builders contended...

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