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Ford is ending production of its Falcon rear-wheel-drive sedan in Australia in late 2016, but will update the car one last time before then. Today, photos of a prototype of the updated Falcon have surfaced revealing a look inspired by the Blue Oval’s global products like the Focus and Fusion.
Did you know that AMG in the past has modified a handful of original Mercedes-Benz 300SL gulling coupes and roadsters? Well, one of the cars, a 1954 gullwing coupe, is now up for auction.
The world is about to witness the birth of the first 3D-printed car thanks to the creative bunch at Local Motors. It will take approximately five days to complete.
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