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  • From Paris To SEMA: The Civic Type R Prototype

    By Mike Garrett Honda has confirmed that the Type R variant of the new 10th generation Civic will be making its way to US shores. The Japanese automaker has just unveiled a prototype version of the new Civic Type R at the Paris Mondial de L’Automobile, and from there the car is set to make its North American debut at the […] The post From Paris To SEMA: The Civic Type R Prototype appeared first on Speedhunters. Continue Reading… Source:: SpeedHunters…
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  • Launched – The 2016 Fall “Lowly Gentlemen” Apparel Lineup –

    By Mike Burroughs Year after year, we continue to both refine and redefine our apparel. Each line brings forth not only new ideas in design and product: each new line further embraces our character and our passions. Today, we’re excited to announce the latest from the Lowly Gentlemen, which includes four all-new shirt designs, as well as two new hats, and an art print too, all designed by the hand and pen of Andrew Ritter. Inspired by the classic racing that saturates our content, and the apparel of the era, the latest StanceWorks tees are, in our opinion, the best to come from Continue Reading… Source:: Stance Works…
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  • Running Report: Show Some Respect to the Alfa

    By Simon Charlesworth The MoT had proved a challenge. Although due in May, I didn’t get a chance until August. Weather and general busyness had got in the way of the Alfa Romeo Alfetta barking around the roads. It really has been miserably wet here and the Met Office’s forecasts – mostly of the pissing in the wind variety – had raised and dashed hopes more times than I care to remember. A tramp’s piss has more poke in it than some 95RON unleaded When the time came – belatedly – for it to awaken from its winter slumber, clearly the old girl was not Continue Reading… Source:: Dep-o Magazine…
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  • The Most Famous Datsun Of All Time?

    By Mike Garrett But it wasn’t always this way. Like the other Japanese automakers that entered the US market, Datsun had an uphill battle to win over the hearts and minds of the American motoring public. For the budget-minded buyer, big selling points for early Datsuns were their compact size and fuel economy, but winning over driving enthusiasts and […] The post The Most Famous Datsun Of All Time? appeared first on Speedhunters. Continue Reading… Source:: SpeedHunters…
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  • 'Hibiki' RWB 964

    By juice Words & photos – Daniel Bevis The pearlescent orange vision you see before you is the product of passion and heritage, of vintage methods and new-wave thinking. You may be familiar with the cult of the RWB Porsche, but do you know just how deep the rabbit-hole goes? The whole trippy merry-go-round is a million miles from simply buying and fitting a bodykit – it involves the synthesis and fusion of sensibilities, a personal commitment in time from Akira Nakai himself (for he is the enigmatic figure behind RWB), and a mind-boggling array of decisions in order to arrive at something Continue Reading… Source:: Suck Squeeze Bang Blow…
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  • Alpina B7: Where Worlds Collide

    By Louis Yio BMW has always been known for its high quality performance cars. Its 3 Series, 5 Series, and 6 Series have all received M badge variants with each new iteration, but the same can’t be said for BMW’s top-level luxury sedan, the 7 Series. The closest it’s come is via an M Sport package, and while that adds a little bit of aggressiveness it doesn’t […] The post Alpina B7: Where Worlds Collide appeared first on Speedhunters. Continue Reading… Source:: SpeedHunters…
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  • For Sale: 1966 Bizzarrini GT 5300 Competition Lightweight Coupe

    By msr Images via Fiskens A veteran of the 24 Hours of Le Mans and Targa Florio, this beautiful Works Bizzarrini GT 5300 Competition Lightweight Coupe is up for sale at Fiskens. Very few Bizzarrinis were built, and this car, BA4 0106, is one of the finest. The GT 5300 was completed in 1953 and is the only right-hand drive fibreglass competition car the factory built. It debuted in the 1966 1000 Kilometers of Monza driven by Edgar Berney and Antonio Nieri. Sadly, Continue Reading… Source:: Motorsports Retro…
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  • Synth Drive: Keith Ross’s 1977 280Z – A Film by Jared Houston

    By Mike Burroughs Two weeks ago, we were proud to unveil Keith Ross’s latest build: a Datsun 280Z unlike any other. Now, the talented Jared Houston shows off his latest work: a video featuring Keith’s creation. Utilizing a soundtrack from TimeCop1983, and paired with stunning visuals, it’s likely to be the best clip you’ve seen in some time. With such a subject, it’s hard to go wrong, but it takes a special eye to do so right. You can, of course, see more of Jared Houston’s work on his Vimeo channel, on Instagram: @JaredBHouston, or on his website, www.JaredHouston.com. You can see Continue Reading… Source:: Stance Works…
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  • Formula Drift Texas: Freakin’ Laser Beams

    By Larry Chen The championship race has pretty much come down to three drivers: Fredric Aasbø, Vaughn Gittin Jr., and Chris Forsberg, and with the grand finale now just around the corner, there are only a few battles left to decide the overall winner. In no particular order, here is a collection of my favorite images from Texas Motor Speedway. Enjoy! Matt […] The post Formula Drift Texas: Freakin’ Laser Beams appeared first on Speedhunters. Continue Reading… Source:: SpeedHunters…