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  1. Whats on word to describe a Corvette Z06?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Motor Trend

    C'mon you host this thread and your "one word" is..two words..lol I'll go with.. "Nasty".

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  2. This Cannonball Run/Mad Max: Fury Road Mashup Is All You Need To Be Happy In LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Jalopnik

    What is the point of life? Is it all ultimately meaningless? Yes. But there are ways to be happy.

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  3. Lawsuit Against Automakers Alleges Keyless Ignitions Killed 13 PeopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Motor Trend

    Keyless ignition systems have become a standard feature in many new vehicles sold in the U.S., which allows drivers to simply push a button to start their cars. But now, lawyers have filed a lawsuit claiming that this technology has a "deadly" defect that has caused the deaths of 13 people.

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  4. Why Do Used Porsche 911s Cost So Much?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Jalopnik

    Good news, ladies and gentlemen! Friday is upon us once again, and that means the time has come for Letters to Doug , a weekly column wherein you provide the letter and I provide the Doug. And just remember: you, too, can participate in Letters to Doug ! Just send your automotive-related query to me at [email protected] , and I will carefully consider your letter before selecting someone else's.

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  5. Tiny and topless, smart's 2017 fortwo cabrio is ready for its Frankfurt debutRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Digital Trends

    Daimler's smart division has introduced the new 2017 fortwo cabrio. Hailed as the smallest street-legal convertible sold anywhere in the world, the third-generation fortwo cabrio will greet the public for the first time at this year's Frankfurt Motor Show.

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  6. British tuner Kahn Design turns the retro dial up to 11 with a 1930s-inspired sports carRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Digital Trends

    British tuner Kahn Design is pushing retro to the extreme with an open-top sports car dubbed Speed 7 whose design is heavily inspired by Grand Prix racers of the 1930s. A pair of computer-generated teaser images published by Kahn suggest the Speed 7 adopts a period-correct look with an extremely streamlined body, a tall and narrow grille up front, a long hood with vertical side vents and a short windshield.

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  7. Designed for South Africa, Hyundai's first N-badged model is a warm hatch at bestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Digital Trends

    Hyundai is giving us a preview of its upcoming N sub-brand with a sport-focused version of the i20, a small hatchback sold in a handful of overseas markets. In its most powerful configuration, the i20 N is powered by a 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 113 horsepower - about 15 more than the stock model - and 118 pound-feet of torque.

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  8. GM's Duramax V-8 engine to power U.S. Army's Humvee replacementRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Automotive News

    Oshkosh beat out Lockheed Martin and AM General for a new contract to supply a Joint Light Tactical Vehicle to the U.S. Army. Photo credit: OSHKOSH General Motors' powertrain division will be supplying the engine for the successor to the Army's Humvee -- a deal that could see GM deliver as many as 55,000 diesel V-8 engines.

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  9. Mystery TVR Sports Car is Sold OutRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Motor Trend

    TVR has officially sold out of its new sports car just six weeks after orders began. The British automaker has received more than 250 deposits, or enough to fill its production schedule through 2017.

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  10. Poll: Americans worried about another KatrinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KCRA-TV Sacramento

    Ten years after Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast, nearly half of Americans still think the country has not learned lessons from the tragedy and is not much better prepared for future natural disasters, according to a new CNN/ORC poll. The survey, released Friday, shows 51% of Americans said the U.S. is just as vulnerable as it was to Katrina-like emergencies as it was in August 2005.

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  11. Hackers stole $1.2 billion from 7,000 businesses in 2 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KCRA-TV Sacramento

    Using an increasingly common scam called "business email compromise," hackers will pose as CEOs of companies and ask employees to hand over confidential financial information. Typically, hackers will first send a phishing email to the CEO or a top-ranking executive to gain access to his or her account.

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  12. This Doc Shows Why Being A Fighter Pilot Can Actually SuckRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Jalopnik

    A passing grade on the subsequent test is 85 percent, and most score above a 95 percent. On just one section, a tiny mistake can result in instant failure.

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  13. 2016 Hyundai Elantra spied uncoveredRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Autoblog

    The next-generation Hyundai Elantra has been speculated on and teased throughout this year. In March we got a leaked photo of a South Korean-market Elantra , the question being if this is was actually the new car and if we'd get in the US.

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  14. 2015 VW Golf Sportwagen - An anti-SUV with mega MPGS [VIDEO]Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | New York Daily News

    What happens when you take a crossover or SUV and don't raise it skyward, or throw a fuel-hungry engine under the hood? You get a station-wagon, ladies and gentlemen. The Volfswagen Golf SportWagen TDI is one of the last of its kind, an honest-to-goodness wagon in a market that is overflowing with crossover and sport-utility vehicles.

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  15. My Plan To Make Motorcycle Journalism Not Suck AnymoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Jalopnik

    Last month, Jalopnik managing editor Patrick George announced that Jalopnik had finally come to its senses , acknowledging motorcycles are awesome, and that Lanesplitter is going to try to be the motorcycle site the world needs. This month some idiot convinced them that, in order to achieve that, they needed to hire me.

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  16. Poland Is Pretty Convinced It Found A Buried Nazi Train, Maybe Full Of GoldRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Jalopnik

    Two random guys said they'd found a long-lost Nazi train last week, buried underground at the end of World War II. Local legends said that one matching the description went missing in the closing days of the war, and it was full of plundered gold.

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  17. South Korea's Massive Live Fire Exercise Is Overwhelmingly Intense On PurposeRead the original story

    Friday | Jalopnik

    South Korean and American forces are said to be at a readiness unlike any in the world, wound up to spring into all-out war if need be at the sound of a klaxon. This readiness in showcased during combined live fire drills, where the total force is brought together as much for show and intimidation as for training.

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  18. Where Would You Ride Honda's Adventure Scooter?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Jalopnik

    Honda has always liked to be first, from the first modern superbike in the VFR750R to the first dual-clutch gearbox used in an adventure bike - the upcoming Africa Twin. Who knows, maybe even the Honda NM4 will be the first of a new segment.

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  19. Russian Road Rager Escalates From Axe Attack To Shooting In TrafficRead the original story

    Friday | Jalopnik

    We're getting a little desensitized to Russian dash cam footage at this point, but holy crap. Charging somebody's car with an axe wasn't enough for this guy, he had to pull out his pistol and start blasting while he's parked at a damn traffic light.

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  20. Kevin Sullivan's 2011 Chevrolet Caprice Is One Ex-Cruiser You Don't Want to Mess WithRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Hot Rod Magazine

    In his neighborhood of Florissant, Missouri, Kevin Sullivan, owner of this 2011 Caprice PPV, is known as "Cop Car Kevin." PPV, of course, stands for Police Patrol Vehicle.

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