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The world's fastest shed goes 96 miles per hour

Street-legal, hightailing hut hits 96 mph—with nitrous boost

Not all sheds are built for losing tools. Say hello to the world's fastest shed. A man in Britain called Kevin Nicks has a passion for sheds. (Eds note: He may be the only one.) Nicks broke the record for operating the fastest shed in the land, which was astonishingly 88 mph before Nicks' 96-mph... read more

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Ralph Gilles hits the track in his Dodge Viper Voodoo II ACR

Watch FCA's Ralph Gilles track his Voodoo Viper ACR

Ralph Gilles has been a positive fixture in the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles [NYSE: FCAU] world for a number of years now. He's the cheerful head of design who clearly shares... read more September 1, 2017 by


 
2016 Chevrolet SS

Chevrolet SS: the sport sedan that could, but never caught on

It was a common practice of American automakers decades ago. Take a family sedan, swap out the plain-Jane engine, drop in a big V-8, and you have a muscle car. The Chevrolet... read more September 1, 2017 by


 
1993 Toyota Supra

The history of the Toyota Supra

The Toyota Supra is an iconic Japanese sports car with humble beginnings. Unlike Nissan, which took until 2009 to offer the really cool GT-Rs in the United States, the Supra... read more September 1, 2017 by


 
A 1968 Porsche 911 T/R is driven around Mazda Raceway by Patrick Long

Patrick Long piloting a 1968 Porsche 911 T/R at Laguna Seca is vintage racing magic

Are you ready for 13 minutes of Patrick Long flogging an old Porsche 911? You should be because it's wonderful and the man knows what he's doing in the car. The particular... read more September 1, 2017 by


 
This 1/3-scale V-10 engine actually works

This hand-made 1/3-scale V-10 actually runs

As much as we love full-size engines, it's sometimes the smaller scale stuff that sets our hearts aflutter. Working in the smaller scale allows us to get up close and... read more September 1, 2017 by


 
This is a full-scale Ferrari Formula One race car

It took 350,000 Lego bricks to make this F1 Ferrari race car

We love Lego. You and/or your kids can craft the stuff of dreams in scale from random bricks or from one of the kits following the directions. Sometimes, however, a team... read more September 1, 2017 by


 
Travis Pastrana sits down to talk about NASCAR

Travis Pastrana thought NASCAR was boring, learned it's intricate

Travis Pastrana has been pretty damn good at nearly everything he tries. He's best known for being a pioneer of freestyle motocross and winning motorsports events on two... read more August 31, 2017 by


 
Rolls-Royce Phantom 2JZ engine swap

This Rolls-Royce Phantom is Supra powered

Rolls-Royce released it's seventh-generation Phantom in 2003. In just five years, the automaker produced nearly 5,000 cars. The one above is most likely the only one you'll... read more August 31, 2017 by


 
2017 Dodge Viper

With production over, take a look back at the Dodge Viper’s highs and lows

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles this month built its final Dodge Viper, and despite the ramblings of CEO Sergio Marchionne about a possible successor, it looks like the 2017 model... read more August 31, 2017 by


 
Could electric cars have a manual transmission?

Could electric cars use manual transmissions?

There's concern among many enthusiasts that the manual transmission is on its way out. This coincides with the notion that electric cars are the future and internal... read more August 30, 2017 by


 
What is powder coating?

What is powder coating?

You've heard the term before, but do you really know what powder coating is all about? It's not simply an airgun spraying a powdery substance that magically turns into a... read more August 30, 2017 by


 
BMW 1600 motors into Jay Leno's Garage

Jay Leno explores a bit of BMW history with a 1967 BMW 1600

BMW vehicles produced between 1962 and 1977 are referred to as the New Class. Well, Neue Klasse if you want to get all German about it. These cars were the ones that helped... read more August 29, 2017 by


 
Is it okay to skip gears with a manual transmission?

Is it OK to skip gears on a manual transmission?

For those who daily drive a vehicle equipped with a manual transmission, it's likely a common practice. Rather than rowing through all five or six gears, drivers will skip... read more August 27, 2017 by


 
Team O'Neil Rally School gives a lesson in rally tires

Learn the difference between rally and street tires

When you want to learn how to drive a rally car, you have two main options to choose from if you're living in the United States. On the West Coast, there's Dirtfish. While on... read more August 26, 2017 by


 
Volkswagen ID Buzz Concept

What it's like to drive a concept car

When an automaker says its concept vehicle is powered by unicorn farts, emits only cotton candy, and can accelerate from 0-60 mph in two shakes of a lamb's tail, don't... read more August 25, 2017 by


 
 

 
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