Pontiac RIP. What Happened To Pontiac?

Ten years ago, GM announced that the Pontiac brand would be dropped. In business since 1926, Pontiac was abolished in April 2009. The Brand of General Motors, Pontiac, made vehicles and muscle cars that defined the era with legendary models. There are so many beautiful cars that Pontiac offered over the years. Responsible for GTO, …

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This Shelby Cobra Replica Became The Fastest Car In History With Top Speed Record Of 201.1 Mph

The car of the Superformance workshop sets top speed record of 201.1 MPH Car-replica of the American Superformance studio, dealing with making copies of classic sports cars, became the fastest “civilian” Shelby Cobra in history. At Civilian Aerospace Test Center, in Mojave, California, the car developed 201.1 mph, thereby improving performance by the 50-year statute …

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This Is The 100-Year-Old Exp2 – The Oldest Surviving Bentley

EXP2 won 11 victories in its racing career Just a century ago, in 1919, as soon as he left the Royal Air Force, Walter Owen Bentley sets up his first cars – three EXP models that give him the title “car manufacturer.” Thanks to the experience gained in aviation engines, Bentley creates a 3-liter 4-cylinder …

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Watch a most crazy Porsche-Powered VW Bus Take On the Nurburgring

Awesome idea: VW T1 with a 6-cylinder Boxer by Porsche The Volkswagen T1 Bus is still considered the “Hippie vans” today, however, this nice vehicle can become one of the idols of the northern arc of the “Nürburgring” with some very useful adjustments. That’s exactly what Misha Charoudin tells us in his video, who was …

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Seattle Man Builds Fence Around Car2go Vehicle, demanding payment

Sometimes a hostage is usually associated with armed robbery and kidnapping, but this time the story is completely different. Namely, Dan Smith from Seattle was unpleasantly surprised to find out that someone in front of his home parked the Mercedes CLA, which is part of the Share Now, the company that operates Car to Go. …

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