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Ryan Shunk’s Dark And Dangerous 2005 Yamaha R1 Custom

When Ryan Shunk introduced us to his 2005 Yamaha R1 custom machine, we had to find out more. With 15 years of riding experience under his belt, this self-confessed motorcycle enthusiast has ridden almost every kind of motorcycle out there, and undertaken some serious long-haul tours across the country. It wasn't, however, until Ryan started…

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This 1966 Ford Mustang Restomod is Sexy in Black

In my humble opinion, the only thing cooler than a perfectly restored classic car is a restomodded classic car. Restomodding is the practice of taking an old hunk of junk and not only restoring it but updating it with modern fabrications, safety features, powerplants and/or electronic components. Restomods can be anywhere from clean and simple…

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GearHeads Interviews Hidalgo Mustang Owner

Some of you might have seen this Mustang named Hidalgo as its video makes its way around. We at GearHeads decided to track down the owner in order to get some more information. The owner of this Mustang goes by the name of Torsten and although "Murican" ain't his first language, he surely has a…

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GearHeads Interviews Wilson Motorsports

Here at Gearheads we like to shine the spotlight on custom fabricators and true GearHeads alike. Today we got to talk with Jeff from Wilson Motorsports out of Boardman Ohio. Here is what he had to say to us and you all. GH - Tell us a little about you and how you came to build…

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Gearheads Exclusive: Luca Manni and his Tuscany Deuce

Luca Manni, a man who eats, sleeps and dreams about engines. When he's not eating, sleeping, dreaming or caring for his newborn, he's passionately building cars and motorcycles. He knows a thing or two about building unique custom machines but today we’re looking at one thing in particular, his gorgeous 2000 Harley-Davidson “Tuscany” Deuce. If…

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Weighing in on the F-150: Ford F-150 drops weight, gains in key areas

Many of us resolved to drop weight in 2015. And many of us have failed on those resolutions (present company included). My tester this week has succeeded on its weight loss. The 2015 Ford F-150 now weighs nearly 700 pounds less than the previous generation. The 13th generation of America’s best-selling pickup is radically different.…

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Adding Abarth badge to Fiat 500 makes it a totally different (and better) car

My review this week requires a bit of a backstory. Because of my disability, I have limited use of my left foot and leg. This means I have no way to clutch, thus I never get manual transmission vehicles. I’ve come to grips with it. I do miss out on driving some vehicles however. One…

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GH Interview – Manns 1971 Pymouth Cuda “Orangasm”

Here at Gearheads we like to spotlight ingenuity and craftsmanship no matter where it comes from, but today we get to see the work of a shop that has the ability to do...well...anything! These are craftsmen that have the ability to turn rust into reborn. To take a tetanus inducing deathtrap into a show stopping tire…

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2015 Subaru Forester continues evolution to offer broader appeal

Apologies to my Driver’s Side readers here; I did not drive the 2014 Subaru Forester last year. Why is that a big deal you ask? Well, my tester this week is the 2015 Forester and I was prepared to rave about how amazing this model year was. Until I researched to learn that the 2014…

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Readers Rides – Paul’s 880hp Blown Fifty Sickx

 Here at Gearheads we continually go through readers rides and although we love to see everyone’s pride and joy we sometimes are taken back by just how creative and how much painstaking detail is taken in order to accomplish a “show stopper”. Today we are talking with Paul who sent us pictures of his blown…

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TINY

TINY, The Big Yellow Beast From Canada.

 So, here we are once again with another soon to be popular automotive hit that will grace your computer screens, and smart phones. Like always, we look for those stories that make you think, make you laugh a little, and sometimes even drop an f-bomb if you feel so inclined to do so. Now, today…

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My Boy And His Fiat 500 Abarth.

 There's a friend of mine that goes by the name of NaQueal James. (It's pronounced Nah-quell) He, and I have been long time pals for about 20 years now, and every now and a again we share a phone call to catch up on things, and possibly see what's going on in the car world.…

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modernline trikes drift

An Interview With Modernline Drift Trikes

  Hey Thanks for joining us. Today we will be looking further into the craze that's not only tearing up the hills, and streets of the us, but also bringing everyone's inner kid back out to play. Today we have Andy, Big Dawg CEO/Master Builder of Modernline Drift Trikes with us via, an online interview.…

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AMS Performance E63

The AMS Performance 2014 MB E63 AMG.

   When is a car more than the sum of its parts? This is definitely not a normal question, but neither is the car I am profiling here today. Today we're going to look at the AMS Performance Mercedes Benz E63 AMG 4atic (Non S), and see what makes this car so worthy of the…

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Drift Trike

Having A Chat With A Central Valley Trike Owner

   We've heard about a new trend that's been hitting the streets of the United States, and it's called Trike Drifting. Essentially, a person would build themselves a three wheeled bike, for the sole purpose of performing long slides on open roads. We were able to get in contact with a guy named Anthony, who's…

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D3 Tuning’s Past Is Our Future. Part 2.

  Hey, Thanks for joining us again today. Like we promised, we're continuing with part two of the interview with James Gill, the head of D3 Tuning. As you can see, there has been a lot that went on in the background in order for this great tuning, and production firm to get to where…

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D3 Tuning’s Past Is Our Future. Part 1.

  Today on Gearheads.org we are going to start a small journey that involves taking a much closer look at the people behind the cars we all read about, and or love. Rather than just talking about the car itself, we wanna look at how the car, or “Project” came about, and was brought to…

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Demented Customs Pontiac GTO

GearHeads Interviews Demented Customs

For this interview we spoke with James of Demented Customs, as the man behind the shop and several SEMA showings James has built his shop from the ground up. We got to talk with him about how he got started with almost nothing, and with hard work and family turned that little something into an…

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Jo’s 1998 Dodge Avenger. Once A Tuner, Always A Tuner.

In the world of tuners most of us Car Guys know of two main types. Imports, and Domestics, and in today's segment we are going to visit a Domestic Tuner that was bought, destroyed, resurrected, and then skillfully maintained in a way that none of you great readers are even going to believe. Let's get…

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Gear Heads Interview with Automotive Photographer Dom Romney

Today on GearHeads we look at the fascinating work of automotive photographer Dom Romney and speak with him about his profession and what all it entails. Though we have all seen photos of cars that take our breath away we rarely get to know the story behind the photograph and what all took place in…

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Nehir Yilmaz – Turkish Rally Racer

GearHeads Interview – Nehir Yilmaz – Turkish Female Rally Racer

Today at GearHeads we get the pleasure of interviewing a rally racer by the name of Nehir Yilmaz who is the co-pilot for the Turkish rally racing team. She has been racing now for several years and has a laundry list of accolades to her name. As we love the thought of sliding cars around…

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