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Fired-Up: 2011 Shelby GT500 vs 2011 Camaro


There’s nothing like a good old fashioned drag race to get you over the mid-week hump. The Smoking Tire crew has revved-up a 2011 Shelby GT500 to match a 600 HP 2011 “Firebreather” Camaro. The Camaro’s name may intimidate but who knows? Maybe it’s the GT500 that will reign supreme. Check out the video below to see which supped-up American muscle brings the most to Malibu canyons.

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Spy Shots: 2017 Chevrolet Camaro


Just recently a new Camaro prototype was spotted at the famous Nürburgring and now lightening has struck twice. The second sighting may have been the 1LE Spy: the track focused yet somewhat affordable member of the hierarchy. If you look closely the newest Chevy dawns a new front splitter, rear spoiler and wide rear wheels. Take a closer look, right here:

Source: Motor Authority

Image Source: Camaro Six

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Home Built: Custom Bikes Made in America


From the time he was 3 years old, Haven has been riding motorcycles. Now as a teenager, he and his father build what they love and love to build. Step into their LA workshop and see the father-son duo in action and the amazing products they create. Enjoy.

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General Mayhem: 1968 Dodge Charger with a Hellcat Engine


What do you get when you mix an old-school Charger with new school speed? A nuclear weapon. This is the 1968 Dodge Charger fitted with a Hellcat engine. They call it “General Mayhem” and that’s exactly what it is. Watch below as this Dodge rises up against a 1967 Dodge Dart, also powered by a Hellcat motor – you may be surprised.

via Car Buzz

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One-of-One: Ford Mustang GT350R


Another day, another chunk of muscle used for good. This time it’s the 2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R and it’s hitting the block to fight cancer. You can find it on the 13th at the annual Cattle Baron’s Ball in Detroit and here’s what else you’ll see:

  • suspension tweaks
  • flat-pane crank V-8
  • 525 horsepower
  • 429-pound feet of torque
  • revs to 8, 250 rpm
  • Oxford White exterior with a blue stripe and red accents

All proceeds from this sale will benefit the American Cancer Society. Does it get any better than that? We don’t think so.

via Motor Authority