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Belly Tank RacersHave you ever seen those old pictures of curious, low-slung hotrods with aluminum, torpedo-shaped bodies?  These are called “Belly Tank Racers” and they were built to break speed
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Doing NitrousIf you like fast cars you undoubtedly have heard about Nitrous Oxide. Nitrous systems are a way to dramatically boost the horsepower of engines.  They are not for standard street cars, h
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Electric Turbocharging Once an exotic technology, turbocharging has become mainstream. Back a few decades ago, turbochargers were expensive and only installed on sports cars and race cars. The reason
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HEMI HistoryIt’s a word most the car people throw around a lot. Even on TV there are commercials that loudly tout “It’s a Hemi!” But what is a hemi, is it a real feature or just a marketing te
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The styling of American automobiles typically reflect the eras they were designed in. For example, the rounded fenders and bodies of the 1940s cars were a sharp contrast to the angular features of the
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One of the wildest vehicles to ever come out of Detroit was the Dodge Charger Daytona.  With a wedge-shaped nose and a tall, rear-mounted wing, the Dodge Charger Daytona was a very curious looking ca
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European cars have always been small and fuel efficient.  This is because in Europe gasoline has been expensive to purchase for decades. If this wasn’t cause enough, in the mid-1970s, the crisis in
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Dodge is sponsoring the new M1 Concourse
Dodge and M1 Concourse announced today a Dodge sponsorship of the new development, located in Pontiac, Mich., which includes the Viper ACR being named the “Official Pace Car” of M1 Concourse. The
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It all started with the ice cream cart.  At the turn of the century, vendors in major cities sold ice cream out of ice-filled push carts to customers in ceramic dishes.  After the customer finished
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The Check Engine Light (CEL) in your car comes on when your car’s CPU senses that something is wrong.  When it illuminates, the repair technicians at Earnhardt of Gilbert, a top Chrysler, Dodge, Je
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