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Starman Game

  If you are on mobile and would like to watch a video of the game it can be viewed below:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MqtFQEhM9sQ

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10 Longest Produced American V8 Engines

Although first engineered in France, V8 engines are currently synonymous with the US - probably because they are currently mostly utilized right here in the states. Or maybe it's because some of the most powerful V8 installations were built right here. In any case, that's beside the topic. What we're interested in establishing here is…

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10 Best Special-Edition Ford Mustangs

Since its debut midway through the 1964 model year, the Ford Mustang has lived a long and prosperous life, save for a few years here and there *cough*Mustang II*cough*. Within those years, many special-edition models knocked the socks off enthusiasts and collectors alike. These ultimate special editions ranged from limited models with tweaked suspensions and…

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The 8 Most Challenging Drivers’ Roads in the US

Automotive enthusiasts live for twisty roads that challenge driver and car alike. The sensations they deliver are universal: The feeling of g forces as they rise when you begin your braking as you approach the turn, the subtle yet irresistible shift of forces as you draw back on the braking and begin the turn-in, the…

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American Cars That Got Weird When Built Overseas

We all act a little differently when we travel outside the country, but these American cars went way off the deep end when built in a different region. Truth be told, each of these cars represent the ingenuity of the local sales and manufacturing arms of the big car companies. Hardly ever given enough budget…

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10 Cars that Aren’t as Fast as They Look

Designing a car is a touchy subject, as looks often help buyers develop their first impressions. Many times, these first impressions are deceptive, as automakers make some cars look insanely sporty, but then equip them with powertrains that simply can’t cash the check the cars’ looks write. We took a look back into the history…

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15 Sports Cars That Sip Gas

Bet you’ve never heard of a high-performance economy car, before, have you? In fact, you probably think they don’t exist, but they do! Take the base Porsche Carrera. It zips from 0 to 60 in 4.6 seconds, and it has a top end in the 140s while returning 28 mpg on the highway. And, then…

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The 10 Most Groundbreaking Cars in Automotive History

The cars of today owe much to the vehicles that came before them. While it's easy to look at a modern car and complain about something as simple as it not having power windows or locks, there's a long history of discovery and innovation that led to you being able to complain about such a…

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The Top Five Most American Electric Vehicles

As American industry has become increasingly global over the last 10 to 15 years, more and more ‘American’ cars are being made with fewer ‘American’ parts and more foreign auto parts. As more electrical components are being used for hybrid and electric vehicles, it is challenging to know where the different parts making up your…

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Top 5 street-legal race cars under $10k

Movies like the Fast & Furious franchise have fueled many people’s desire to build a super-fast car and challenge the other guys to a race. I’m not promoting it or even condoning street racing, but facts show it’s more popular today than it has ever been and that may be due to the increasing craze…

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Best American Cars According to Consumer Reports

Before we begin, let's clarify one thing: these are the 10 highest-scoring current american vehicles according to car buyer's best friend - Consumer Reports. They are listed under 10 different categories and only best-rated car from every single category has made the list. This leaves us thinking: "Could have this list been arranged differently if that…

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Top 10 Hemi Powered Mopars Of All Times

Hemi represents 3 generations of among the most powerful engines made over 65 years, and we've dared to the pick the 10 best Hemi powered cars and trucks. While the concept had already existed for decades, Chrysler further developed the hemispherical cylinder head (half a sphere) as part of a new aircraft engine design for…

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How to Buy a Car for Under $1000

Cars are expensive – even a basic ride can saddle you with a hefty monthly payment. Wouldn’t you like to beat the system and score a cheap vehicle? Finding decent transportation for under $1000 isn’t easy, but it can be done. You just need a little ingenuity – that, and low standards. The cars you…

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How to Protect Your Car from Flooding

The number of cars totaled by floodwaters in the United States is going to sky rocket and probably even break some records in 2017. With hurricane Harvey having wrecked the Texas Coastline, hurricane Irma is now currently baring down on Florida showing no relief for the southeast states. With hurricane Jose trailing not far behind,…

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Take a Walk: Broken Cars Don’t Have to Lead to Broken Dreams

I was driving to work in my 2009 Ford Crown Victoria, preparing to be greeted by a screaming Yorkie with issues and the innocent-sounding name of Peanut. The journey had just begun and I still had an hour drive ahead of me. The windows were rolled down and the music was turned up. As I…

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Buying a Cheap P.O.S. and Hoping for the Best

Buying a cheap car isn't easy. There are far more variables to consider on your vehicle when you have limited funds. The choices are going to be high mileage vehicles that have the potential to break down at any time from years of abuse. I've never been mechanically inclined; like many people, I am great…

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From the End of the Road to the Scrap Metal Heap

After having the same vehicle for a decade I had become accustomed to a few things. My 2005 Chevy Cavalier only had two working windows, and one of them was not the driver's. I had to open my door at a drive through or ATM. The factory stereo was so old it didn't even have…

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A Search for Meaning With My 2005 Cavalier

Recently, when my 2005 Chevrolet Cavalier refused to go into park, I had to resort to putting it in neutral and applying the emergency brake. I was still able to get my keys out, and it started up and would go into reverse and drive perfectly fine. The next day, however, I lost the privilege…

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The BMW M3 Isn’t The Ultimate Driving Machine

Sometimes, contrasts can share more similarities than expected, paradoxical or not, it happens more often than you may think. Today, I'm going to be comparing two entirely different cars, the BMW M3 and the Ford Focus RS. The BMW M3 is a sedan packing 425 horsepower from a twin turbocharged three liter inline six cylinder,…

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13 New Electric Vehicles Planned For The Next Five Years At Ford

Hybrids and fully electric vehicles are becoming more common with an increasing number of companies looking to make their mark. Ford already has the Fusion and Focus Hybrids on the go but has 13 more models developing for the next 5 years. Their plan also includes developing supporting technology to make the transition easier. We've…

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8 Cars That Could Leave the US if Trump Increases Import Tariffs

Love it or hate it, we officially have a new president of the United States of America. And while the following article will dabble slightly into the realm of politics I am not going to share my opinion on any of it. Instead, I am going to fixate on one of the statements Trump has…

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