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The Buick Y-Job Stops By The Garage

The Buick Y-Job was was created under the direction of Harley Earl. The car debuted in 1938 and even though it was way before its time in terms of styling and technology, the concept made a huge impact on that market, showing the public what the car could be. Even though the car was so advanced (much of it was aircraft-inspired), it was surprisingly practical for everyday driving. In fact, Harley Earl drove it himself for some time.

In this episode of Jay Leno’s Garage, Earl’s successor and GM’s current design boss, Michael Simcoe road shotgun when Leno took it for a spin. Seems like Leno and Simcoe didn’t venture onto public roads, but this ride is an absolute classic, and we love it. Enjoy.

Source: Auto Week, Jay Leno’s Garage

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The Mustang Apollo Edition

Every year the Ford Motor Company auctions off a unique Mustang to benefit the next generation of pilots. Let’s take a moment to remember the Mustang Apollo Edition and it’s truly spectacular specs:

  • customized glossy and matte paint scheme
  • carbon fiber front splitter
  • rear diffuser
  • rocker moldings
  • themed cabin
  • 627 horsepower
  • 540-pound feet of torque

Technology fit for a pilot? We’d say so. Check this ride out, right here:

Source: Motor Authority 

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When World’s Collide: Mach-E & Mach 1 Review

The all-electric Mach-E and the V-8 powered Mach 1 are different in a whole slew of ways, but also share commonalities that you might not know. There’s an argument that the Mach-E isn’t a real Mustang, due to the lack of an engine and the whole four-door thing. Check out the video below to see what Motor1 thinks, and don’t forget to let us know where you stand.

Source: Motor1

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2022 Ford Bronco Raptor

The good people over at Motor1 recently got up close and personal with the all new 2022 Ford Bronco Raptor. It’s upgraded chassis has more ground clearance and a wider track to make use of the over 400 horsepower so you can take on the great outdoors and your ever day travel. Check it out, right here.

Source: Motor1