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2017 Ford GT

Back in the racing heydays of the 50s and 60s, Ferrari was the domination force, and Ford wanted to buy the small Italian company. At the last hour, Enzo Ferrari pulled out of the deal and Henry Ford was infuriated. Ford issued a command to his engineers that they were to build a new car that will trounce the Italians at Le Mans, and he gave them a blank check to make it happen. The car created would be dubbed the Ford GT40, and it went on to win Le Mans four times running. Almost forty years after the GT40, Ford created a modern interpretation simply called the Ford GT. The first-generation Ford GT only lived for two years before its demise, but Ford is now releasing a second-generation GT in 2017, and it is the best one yet.

At the 2015 North American Auto Show in Detroit, Ford pulled the curtain off of the all-new 2017 Ford GT. With a super-light carbon fiber and aluminum construction, a 600-plus horsepower, EcoBoost V-6 and a race-ready cockpit, the latest Ford GT is hands down the best supercar in the history of the Blue Oval brand. This new two-door builds on legendary design history with modern materials to hopefully recreate the original car’s success.

Updated 12/02/2015: Ford dropped a new video in which it highlights both the design and the aerodynamics features of its latest GT supercar. You will get to see Garen Nicoghosian, exterior design manager and Bernie Marcus, aerodynamicist, talking about how Ford honored the past while including the latest in design and aerodynamics on the all-new GT. Hit “play” to watch it!

Continue reading to learn more about the 2017 Ford GT.


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Sports Cars – Fast Cars – Exotic Cars

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Tips to prevent car theft, safe driving tips, how to save fuel, how to choose the right car, how to keep your old car running like new, hot cars, and more.

To own a beautiful sports car is everybody’s dream, glamorous and thrilling they usually come with a heavy price tag to match, with most models starting in the upper tens of thousands, the coveted, luxury sports cars can surpass a million.

McLaren Super Sports Car – The new McLaren super sports car – MacLaren MP4-12C.

Ford Mustang 2010 – New muscular, sculptured exterior design for the popular sports car.

E85 Viper World Speed Record – New world record for a street car in the standing mile.

2009 Dodge Challenger Video – Detailed video of the brand new super sports car.

2009 Corvette Coupe Video – Detailed video of the Corvette and a nice Porsche Panamera Ride

Audi R8 GT3 Video – The new race sports car from Audi. And the Audi R8 FSI Quattro

Lamborghini Murcielago Video – The glorious Lamborghini Murcielago sports car.

Drag Race with Sports Cars – Drag race between Corvette ZR1, Ferrari 599 GTB, Porsche 911 GT2 and Nissan GT-R.

Tesla Sports Car – Test drive video of the Tesla Roadster electric sports car. George Clooney Has A Tesla . too.

Car Crash Video – An amazing race car crash caught on video. Formula One Car Crash Video

Many more cars and new features coming soon. Stay safe – Don’t drink and drive!


15 Classic Cars That Define Cool #refinance #car #loan


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15 Classic Cars That Define Cool

This post is brought to you by NEW Armor All Extreme Shield Wax. Come to Facebook.com/ArmorAll for a chance to win a new 2012 Chevy Camaro SS autographed by Tony Stewart.

We ve overheard guys say they don t care what kind of car they drive as long as it gets them from Point A to Point B. Those guys are liars. Who wouldn t want to own a car that turns more heads than a bikini car wash? Maybe these guys have only driven used jalopies and don t know anything else. Well, these are the cars they should know. These are the 15 Classic Cars That Define Cool.

1966 Shelby 427 Cobra

Anything attached to Carroll Shelby s name is immediately worth your time. With an insane power-to-weight ratio, the Shelby 427 Cobra has a bit more giddyup than your Corolla. Plus, the hundreds of thousands of dollars you d pay for one will seem like chump change compared to the $5.5 million shelled out for the 66 Shelby 427 Cobra Super Snake.

1961 Jaguar E-Type

1969 Maserati Ghibli 4.7

The aggressive shark-shaped nose on the Maserati Ghibli is enough to place it firmly on this list. Plus, the Maserati name earns it plenty of clout. Basically, this car is what the Mazda Miata dreams of becoming as it falls asleep at night.

1964 Aston Martin DB5

If it s cool enough for Bond, it s cool enough for us. If you had to pick one vehicle that James Bond relied on the most, you d be hard-pressed not to go with the DB5, and the one from Goldfinger would look pretty sweet in our garage next to the cans of beer and lawn care products.

1957 Mercedes 300SL Gullwing

The doors are only part of the reason this is one of the coolest cars to ever hit the pavement. The fact that the 300SL was the fastest production car at the time, means driving to your ad meetings in Manhattan wouldn t be a bore.

1969 Boss 429 Mustang

You know you re getting some sick power when they have to change the body of a Mustang just to accommodate your freakishly large engine. How could you not want to roll down the windows and listen to that sucker as you were cruising around? (Which would be a good idea since, due to the size of the engine, they couldn t fit in any air conditioning.)

1963 Corvette Sting Ray

1969 Ferrari Dino 246 GT

Far too often cars are rigid. The lines and angles are harsh and, unless there s something crazy under the hood, they become a complete clone of something else. The soft lines on the Ferrari Dino 246 GT tells us this car is meant to be driven fast and playfully. If we had one, we d oblige.

1966 Alfa Romeo Spider Duetto

Something about this car just makes us want to drive the Italian countryside while occasionally stopping to drink local wines. Plus, any time you can get a car with style AND storage space, well you just hit the jackpot my friend. It s perfect for storing all the sheets of paper with phone numbers on them.

1969 Dodge Charger

If there s one thing we know about the 69 Charger, it s aerodynamic. At least that s what we learned from Bo and Luke Duke. The 69 Charger is a thing of beauty whether it s a General Lee or not. It may never get the billing its Mustang counterparts always do, but the fastback look and all American style will never go out of fashion.

1966 Lamborghini Miura

We don t know if it s the most stylish car on the list, but as far as cred goes, well it inspired the whole Let s toss a couple of seats on a rocket sports car idea. It also became a new and different Italian sports car option outside of the Ferrari s of the world for auto enthusiasts at the time.

1969 Toyota 2000GT

If you re noticing a small Bond theme here, you re totally right. While Bond got a drop-top, the 69 Toyota 2000GT was stylish enough without one being offered up from the factory. The elongated front, along with the design in general, makes it feel much more like an Italian roadster than something you would picture purchasing for its dependable gas mileage.

1962 Ferrari 250 GTE

The Ferrari 250 GTE was the sports car for the family man. It was for the guy who wanted a Ferrari but also wanted to get little Timmy to hockey practice with all his gear. As Road Track said, A not only grand, but glorious, touring car. We d tack on cool as well.

1970 Datsun 240Z

The Jaguar E-Type s Asian doppelgänger has the same beautiful look as the Jag with perhaps more brains underneath. The thought that went into the car became the hallmark of Japanese sports cars. See, being cool doesn t just mean looking good (but it mostly means looking good).

1969 Chevrolet Camaro

It was pretty much a foregone conclusion that this list would include at least one Mustang and one Camaro. What can we say, we like old-school American muscle power. Seeing those white stripes on a blue Z28 just strikes us as quintessentially cool.

Those are our picks, what are yours?


Ten Cool Cars – Coolest Cars – Sports Cars – Exotic Cars – HOT HOT HOT RIDES #online #car #sales


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Welcome to “My Ten Favorite Cars”

I love cars! It doesn’t get any more simple than that. All cars interest me, but what really gets me percolating is exotic cars. You know the kind. supercars. Cars with gusto, machines that demonstrate a man is a man. I love speed, elegance and expense. So, I thought about it, and I see these lists everywhere for the “best this” and the “top five that”, and then it hit me. Why not compose my own top ten list for the coolest cars in the world. I am sure others would love to read about these fantastic models, most of which are icons in the racing and automotive worlds. In fact, you are here now reading this introduction, consequently, I have to assume that you are interested in hearing about my ten favorite cars.

Well, I won’t keep you waiting. I will unveil the list right away, but be sure to read each individual article on these supercars, because you won’t feel the full exuberance and exhilaration unless you do. You must envelope yourself in the world of exotic vehicles. To be sure, you must want to know about these cars, as much as I want to show you the list. So before we move on, I welcome you to my site, and hope you enjoy my ten favorite cars.

Just to let you know, the cars on the following list are not placed in any particular order. That means that the first car is not necessarily my coolest pick. On the contrary, I am not sure if I can really choose my absolute favorite out of the ten. Anyway, here we go, my list of:

The Ten Coolest Cars

As you can probably surmise, these are the vehicles that we all dream of owning. Never mind even owning any of these magnificent vehicles, just having the opportunity to drive one would be a lifetime experience for most people. Moreover, most of these cars, if not all, are considered street legal race cars. That means that several like Bugatti and Ferrari have serious racing experience such as Formula One, and want to appeal to customers who desire both the speed and the luxury. The McLaren F1 deserves a special mention, as it goes down in history as the first road-supercar, the fastest, and the most expensive of its time.

Driving any one of these cars is not for the faint of heart, though. Total control is a must. So is a hefty pocketbook, both for the price of the cars, and for the ensuing fines, if you expect to drive any of these to maximum speeds. Street legal, of course, does mean that the law accepts these speeds. And, think about the insurance!

I read a quote from Top Gear Magazine about the Ultimate Aero, on the official Shelby SuperCars website. It read, “It’s violent, bonkers, near malicious”. I think that sums up my thoughts exactly on the car’s speed and performance.

More Car Stuff Online

Obviously, this site is about the ten cars I love the most, and I discuss them in. real detail. However, there’s loads more great car stuff on the web; and this list of links below is to get you started on your route to find all of it!


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1) Pontiac GTO

Are you intrigued by the idea of a forgotten muscle car? With the demise of Pontiac, the GTO has practically fallen off the radar screen for most muscle car enthusiasts. With the Mustang, Camaro, and Challenger taking up space on the used car lots, the GTO has been neglected. But this works in your favor, as prices for the Pontiac GTO have significantly declined. The GTO only had a three-year run from 2004-2006, thanks to lackluster sales due to a boring exterior and high $30k price tag when the car was new. Now you can find a wonderful deal on a used example. Opt for the 2005 or 2006 model, which came with a 6.0-liter LS2 V-8 engine that put out 400 horsepower and 400 lb-ft. of torque. This monster can run 0-60 mph in 4.6 seconds. It s a bit on the older side, but the Pontiac GTO is a cool, high horsepower car that is pretty inexpensive.

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2) Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder

8) MINI Cooper

9) Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

10) Ford Mustang

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11 Cool Import Cars You Can Finally Buy in the U. S. #race #cars #for #sale


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11 Cool Import Cars You Can Finally Buy in the U.S.

In the United States, you have to wait 25 years to import a car that was never sold here. That means the hot Japanese and German cars of the late 1980s that weren’t available in North America then are available now, and there are some cool ones you can get your hands on in the U.S. despite the red tape.

1989 Nissan Skyline GT-R (R32)

1989 Nissan Skyline GT-R (R32)

Sean Baertsch runs Zen Auto Works in Calgary, Alberta, and, as the name implies, he specializes in importing Japanese gray-market cars—models that were either never imported into Canada or that were so scarce when new they may as well be exotics today. The same goes for Jamie Orr, who runs Orchid Euro in suburban Philadelphia, whose company focuses primarily on European makes. What the two have in common is not only hard-won expertise in the nuances of foreign models but also a huge degree of patience for the painful challenges of red tape, both domestic and international. So, they became our guides for navigating what’s hot in the gray market.

Baertsch says he has a fair number of customers who “crystal-ball” cars for the coming year, trying to figure out which autos will see high demand. That may well be the case with R32 Skylines. The eight-generation Skyline was the first new GT-R in 16 years, and this edition of “Godzilla” brought with it an extraordinary dominance in racing—never losing a single race in a series called the All Japan Championships. So there’s a pedigree.

Canada’s 15-year rule means that the lowest-hanging fruit long ago landed at port in Vancouver. Still, Baertsch thinks you may be able to find decent buys on R32s if you look hard enough. This car was built all the way through 1994, so you’ve got some time to keep up the search. We’d suggest looking for the even more unique NISMO editions (debuted in early 1990), which were homologated so that Nissan could qualify in Group A racing.

The R32 is a lot like original Quattro Audis, bred first and foremost for racing. And even street-going models were hardly meant for refinement. Its six-cylinder inline DOHC engine wasn’t huge at 2.6 liters, but it put out 276 hp sent to an electronic AWD system that also featured all-wheel steering. (In Group A racing, this car made a stunning 600 hp.)

Spinnanz at en.wikipedia


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1) Pontiac GTO

Are you intrigued by the idea of a forgotten muscle car? With the demise of Pontiac, the GTO has practically fallen off the radar screen for most muscle car enthusiasts. With the Mustang, Camaro, and Challenger taking up space on the used car lots, the GTO has been neglected. But this works in your favor, as prices for the Pontiac GTO have significantly declined. The GTO only had a three-year run from 2004-2006, thanks to lackluster sales due to a boring exterior and high $30k price tag when the car was new. Now you can find a wonderful deal on a used example. Opt for the 2005 or 2006 model, which came with a 6.0-liter LS2 V-8 engine that put out 400 horsepower and 400 lb-ft. of torque. This monster can run 0-60 mph in 4.6 seconds. It s a bit on the older side, but the Pontiac GTO is a cool, high horsepower car that is pretty inexpensive.

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2) Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder

8) MINI Cooper

9) Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

10) Ford Mustang

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AllFastCars.com offers pictures, info and specifications for many exotic and high-performance fast cars.

The latest and best fast cars in the categories of exotic supercars. cool cars. sports cars and hot cars. with plenty of pictures and technical information.

Shelby Supercars Ultimate Aero Twin Turbo

On September 13th 2007, the SSC Ultimate Aero TT super sports car achieved a top speed of 411.76 km/h (255.83 miles/h) on a temporarily-closed 2 lane public highway in Washington State. Thus, the SSC Ultimate Aero becomes the fastest production car in the world, beating the previous record-holders Bugatti Veyron and Koenigsegg.

It has a turbo V8 engine outputting 1183 HP and 1094 lbs. of torque.

Hot. Lexus Concept Sports Car – The sports car of the future. Toyota has stepped up their game with the compact A-Bat truck and now the fr-s launch. but this Lexus concept easily takes the cake.

Cool. 2006 Weineck Cobra – Amazing super sports car.

Featured Fast Cars – Affordale and Practical

Mazda RX-8

$26,000 to $35,000, depending on options

In a case of having your cake and eating it to, critics note that the RX-8 combines sports car performance with practicality. With its unique 238-horsepower engine, the RX-8 can reach 60 in 5.8 seconds, corners nimbly and brakes well. It comfortably seats four good-sized adults and is not too hard-edged to use as your only car. The Mazda RX-8 is the best all-around sports car in its class, according to the reviews.

Also see: Mazda Concept Sports Car

Chevrolet Corvette

$42,000 to $52,000 depending on model

Somewhat less practical and more expensive than the Mazda RX-8 is the two-seat Chevrolet Corvette. Still, reviewers say it is relatively comfortable and has adequate luggage space. The Corvette delivers outstanding performance for the money, reaching 60 mph in 4.3 seconds and reaching a speed of 186 miles-per-hour.

If you are looking to buy a car with a lot of horse power or torque visit Motors. they have all types of cars such as the Porsche 911 turbo and the Nissan R32.

Mazda Furai Race Car – Stunning and roaring fast concept.

Suzuki Monster SUV – Special Suzuki sports SUV

Luxury Motorhome – Motorhome that carries a sports car inside.


11 Cool Import Cars You Can Finally Buy in the U. S. #free #car #insurance #quotes


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11 Cool Import Cars You Can Finally Buy in the U.S.

In the United States, you have to wait 25 years to import a car that was never sold here. That means the hot Japanese and German cars of the late 1980s that weren’t available in North America then are available now, and there are some cool ones you can get your hands on in the U.S. despite the red tape.

1989 Nissan Skyline GT-R (R32)

1989 Nissan Skyline GT-R (R32)

Sean Baertsch runs Zen Auto Works in Calgary, Alberta, and, as the name implies, he specializes in importing Japanese gray-market cars—models that were either never imported into Canada or that were so scarce when new they may as well be exotics today. The same goes for Jamie Orr, who runs Orchid Euro in suburban Philadelphia, whose company focuses primarily on European makes. What the two have in common is not only hard-won expertise in the nuances of foreign models but also a huge degree of patience for the painful challenges of red tape, both domestic and international. So, they became our guides for navigating what’s hot in the gray market.

Baertsch says he has a fair number of customers who “crystal-ball” cars for the coming year, trying to figure out which autos will see high demand. That may well be the case with R32 Skylines. The eight-generation Skyline was the first new GT-R in 16 years, and this edition of “Godzilla” brought with it an extraordinary dominance in racing—never losing a single race in a series called the All Japan Championships. So there’s a pedigree.

Canada’s 15-year rule means that the lowest-hanging fruit long ago landed at port in Vancouver. Still, Baertsch thinks you may be able to find decent buys on R32s if you look hard enough. This car was built all the way through 1994, so you’ve got some time to keep up the search. We’d suggest looking for the even more unique NISMO editions (debuted in early 1990), which were homologated so that Nissan could qualify in Group A racing.

The R32 is a lot like original Quattro Audis, bred first and foremost for racing. And even street-going models were hardly meant for refinement. Its six-cylinder inline DOHC engine wasn’t huge at 2.6 liters, but it put out 276 hp sent to an electronic AWD system that also featured all-wheel steering. (In Group A racing, this car made a stunning 600 hp.)

Spinnanz at en.wikipedia


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15 Classic Cars That Define Cool

This post is brought to you by NEW Armor All Extreme Shield Wax. Come to Facebook.com/ArmorAll for a chance to win a new 2012 Chevy Camaro SS autographed by Tony Stewart.

We ve overheard guys say they don t care what kind of car they drive as long as it gets them from Point A to Point B. Those guys are liars. Who wouldn t want to own a car that turns more heads than a bikini car wash? Maybe these guys have only driven used jalopies and don t know anything else. Well, these are the cars they should know. These are the 15 Classic Cars That Define Cool.

1966 Shelby 427 Cobra

Anything attached to Carroll Shelby s name is immediately worth your time. With an insane power-to-weight ratio, the Shelby 427 Cobra has a bit more giddyup than your Corolla. Plus, the hundreds of thousands of dollars you d pay for one will seem like chump change compared to the $5.5 million shelled out for the 66 Shelby 427 Cobra Super Snake.

1961 Jaguar E-Type

1969 Maserati Ghibli 4.7

The aggressive shark-shaped nose on the Maserati Ghibli is enough to place it firmly on this list. Plus, the Maserati name earns it plenty of clout. Basically, this car is what the Mazda Miata dreams of becoming as it falls asleep at night.

1964 Aston Martin DB5

If it s cool enough for Bond, it s cool enough for us. If you had to pick one vehicle that James Bond relied on the most, you d be hard-pressed not to go with the DB5, and the one from Goldfinger would look pretty sweet in our garage next to the cans of beer and lawn care products.

1957 Mercedes 300SL Gullwing

The doors are only part of the reason this is one of the coolest cars to ever hit the pavement. The fact that the 300SL was the fastest production car at the time, means driving to your ad meetings in Manhattan wouldn t be a bore.

1969 Boss 429 Mustang

You know you re getting some sick power when they have to change the body of a Mustang just to accommodate your freakishly large engine. How could you not want to roll down the windows and listen to that sucker as you were cruising around? (Which would be a good idea since, due to the size of the engine, they couldn t fit in any air conditioning.)

1963 Corvette Sting Ray

1969 Ferrari Dino 246 GT

Far too often cars are rigid. The lines and angles are harsh and, unless there s something crazy under the hood, they become a complete clone of something else. The soft lines on the Ferrari Dino 246 GT tells us this car is meant to be driven fast and playfully. If we had one, we d oblige.

1966 Alfa Romeo Spider Duetto

Something about this car just makes us want to drive the Italian countryside while occasionally stopping to drink local wines. Plus, any time you can get a car with style AND storage space, well you just hit the jackpot my friend. It s perfect for storing all the sheets of paper with phone numbers on them.

1969 Dodge Charger

If there s one thing we know about the 69 Charger, it s aerodynamic. At least that s what we learned from Bo and Luke Duke. The 69 Charger is a thing of beauty whether it s a General Lee or not. It may never get the billing its Mustang counterparts always do, but the fastback look and all American style will never go out of fashion.

1966 Lamborghini Miura

We don t know if it s the most stylish car on the list, but as far as cred goes, well it inspired the whole Let s toss a couple of seats on a rocket sports car idea. It also became a new and different Italian sports car option outside of the Ferrari s of the world for auto enthusiasts at the time.

1969 Toyota 2000GT

If you re noticing a small Bond theme here, you re totally right. While Bond got a drop-top, the 69 Toyota 2000GT was stylish enough without one being offered up from the factory. The elongated front, along with the design in general, makes it feel much more like an Italian roadster than something you would picture purchasing for its dependable gas mileage.

1962 Ferrari 250 GTE

The Ferrari 250 GTE was the sports car for the family man. It was for the guy who wanted a Ferrari but also wanted to get little Timmy to hockey practice with all his gear. As Road Track said, A not only grand, but glorious, touring car. We d tack on cool as well.

1970 Datsun 240Z

The Jaguar E-Type s Asian doppelgänger has the same beautiful look as the Jag with perhaps more brains underneath. The thought that went into the car became the hallmark of Japanese sports cars. See, being cool doesn t just mean looking good (but it mostly means looking good).

1969 Chevrolet Camaro

It was pretty much a foregone conclusion that this list would include at least one Mustang and one Camaro. What can we say, we like old-school American muscle power. Seeing those white stripes on a blue Z28 just strikes us as quintessentially cool.

Those are our picks, what are yours?