27 Nov 2019

2020 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 Official Review & Hot Lap

In this episode of AmericanMuscle’s (AM) Hot Lap YouTube Series, host Justin Dugan visits Shelby’s Heritage Center in Las Vegas, Nevada to review and drag race the all-new 2020 GT500. After months of speculation and salivating over specifications, Justin jumps behind the wheel of Ford’s new halo pony car on

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30 Oct 2019

F-150 Oil Separators Tested and Explained

In this episode of AmericanTrucks’ (AT) ‘What’s Up With That?’ YouTube Series, Justin Dugan performs a continuous effectiveness test on oil separators using his 2017 F-150 Raptor. An oil separator, sometimes referred to as a ‘catch can’, is installed in-line with a vehicle’s positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) system to trap

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24 Oct 2017

Top 10 Affordable Cars for the Single Guy

Here at SpeedList, we’ve put together many Top 10 lists that can help you make informative decisions as a new car shopper. However, what if you were just a normal single guy that was looking to get in a car that will attract some ladies – well, the SpeedList team is

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13 Sep 2017

Hot sport coupes you can buy new for around $30,000

Coupes are the classic serious performance car. Convertibles are great, but with a roof your car is stiffer, safer, and often lighter. Coupes also attract far less unwelcome attention on the road and of course, they’re a lot more fun in the rain. But because they don’t sell well, coupes don’t

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17 Aug 2015

Galpin and Fisker drop the Rocket’s top for Pebble Beach

Galpin Auto Sports and Henrik Fisker unveiled the latest iteration of the “Ultimate American Muscle Car” today at the 2015 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance; the 2015 Rocket Speedster Concept. Following a short drive onto the legendary Pebble Beach Concept Lawn, Henrik Fisker and Galpin Motors President, Beau Boeckmann introduced the

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03 Feb 2015

Hotfix: Five Facts About The 2016 Ford Focus RS

  If you’re an American who was in any way aware of cars 10 years or so ago, your memories of small Fords are probably horribly tainted with names like “Tempo” and “Escort,” which were unbelievably awful. Not just dynamically, but mechanically, from the era of planned obsolescence when Detroit

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02 Feb 2015

5 Great Choices For Your First Track-Day Race Car

There was a time when almost every race car was driven to the track. Even in the muscle car era, that’s why people bought Shelby Mustangs and why Porsche sold Speedsters and BMW built 3.0 CSls. Amateur racing went away in a hurry for a whole lot of reasons, though,

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23 Jan 2015

The Friday 5: Meet the Seventies

I have a real weakness for Seventies supercars. I think it’s because that’s when they started changing from being “beautiful,” like a Lamborghini Miura or Ferrari 250 GTO; to “exotic,” like the Lancia Stratos and BMW M1. Without them, there would have been no Ferrari F40 or even Zonda. They may be the Koenigsegg Agera’s

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14 Jan 2015

Best of Detroit: The top 9 best cars and trucks from 2015’s incredible show

In a good year, you might get one or two really cool new models at a major auto show. In a great year, you’ll get some more cool cars and something really special, too. This was a fantastic year in Detroit. Everyone was all excited for the new Acura NSX

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12 Jan 2015

Car of the Week: 2017 Ford GT

Our very first Car of the Week was officially announced…today. The third generation Ford GT, following the original Sixties GT40 and 2004-’06 GT, debuted in Detroit as a 2017 model, starting production in just over 18 months. In between the Flexes and Tempos, Ford has this amazing history of building completely

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