Monthly Archives: November 2011

Racing Fiat Of Old Won Championship Thrice

Today’s generation of enthusiasts may not be aware of it, but Fiat was once a world power in World Championship rallying. One of the company’s greatest creations was the diminutive 131 Abarth. It was based on the 131 sedan introduced … Continue reading

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Fox Mustang Shows That Driver Skill And Well-Thought Mods Win

Nowadays, a lot, if not most of the builds you see even from “amateur” teams, are big-budget items that literally break the bank. That’s why this next build is interesting in many ways. First of all, this car is an … Continue reading

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What Kind Of Car Would A Bugster Be?

Engine swaps are a dime a dozen, even from decades back, although some swaps and builds are still noteworthy enough that it catches the eye of jaded car nuts, such as Honda's VTEC engines in an old-school Mini or a … Continue reading

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Greek Tuner Shows Engineering Knowledge That Silences Naysayers

Claiming you have the Lancer evolution engine that makes the most power will surely start a flame war on the internet where there are plenty of legitimately knowledgeable people but also keyboard warriors who don't know much except to disagree. … Continue reading

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Carbon R35 Uses WTAC For Developmental Effort

Built in time for the World Time Attack Challenge held in Australia is this Autogarage / HKS Australia R35 GTR. Stock, the R35 is a giant slayer, giving established marques a run for their money. But as with any form … Continue reading

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RX-7 Build Values Balance Over Outright Horsepower

There's a reason one of the favorite tuner cars is the Mazda RX-7. The combination of its balanced handling and turbo rotary make for a very entertaining car that with a few mods, can handle many more high performance cars. … Continue reading

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Tuner Adheres To Lotus Founder’s Lightness Mantra

Forced Fed, a tuning firm out of New York, recently made the news when it offered for sale a cut-up Lotus Elise that had a bevy of aftermarket parts and mods such as an Eaton supercharger, Ohlins dampers, Alcon brakes … Continue reading

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