Khyzyl Versus The Revival – Speedhunters

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The Goodwood Revival – it’s always been one of those events that I’ve always wanted to go to, but seemingly managed to miss every year. Well, every year except this one that is. I didn’t really know what to expect. All I knew was that priceless machinery gets driven like it’s the end of the
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American Show, Japanese Parts – Speedhunters

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Just about every large-scale car show is accompanied by vendor booths. This obviously isn’t just an automotive thing, but rather a side effect of capitalism that whenever and wherever a large group of people assemble, companies must also try to sell them something. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, of course, but here in California
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Buggin’ Out At Berlin Klassik

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The Volkswagen Beetle is one of the most universally loved cars ever built. Measuring character and charm by the square inch, the Type 1 might only be bested by the original Mini. I don’t think there’s a game called ‘punch Mini’ though, so I’d give the edge to The People’s Car. For enthusiasts, the Beetle’s universal appeal might have
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A Lap At America’s Biggest Japanese Classic Car Show

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The Year Of The Japanese Car In California this year, time and time again we’ve been reminded of the greatness of Japanese cars. I’m starting to feel a bit like a broken record, but I’m really stoked about the wide-spread appreciation that both the builds and factory creations from across the Pacific are getting. It’s been
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GT-Rs In Red – Speedhunters

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There’s something quite compelling about seeing a car you happen to like very much, in a color that challenges your personal taste. Red is definitely one of them if we’re talking about GT-Rs. I’ve got nothing against red cars, but it’s a color that just seems so unnatural when applied on a GT-R. There are,
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The Art Of Exhaust-Making At Fujitsubo

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Amongst the foggy Hinoki Cypress forest in the foothills of Mt. Fuji, a family business continues a generational legacy of fine metalwork. Master craftsmen bend, cut and weld their creations from the strongest and lightest Japanese steel, and the finished product provides the edge to defeat rivals in battles all over the world. No, you
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24 Hours To Learn How To Drift

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The Challenge Is it unrealistic to learn how to drift on a track in just one day? Quite probably, but let’s find out anyway. Now, just to be clear, I’m talking big boy drifting, driving that requires both skill and a demonstrated level of control. We’re certainly not talking about power skids or wild uncontrolled
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Past Meets Present, A 1.8t Rieger GTO Golf

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If you’ve been anywhere but under a rock the last few years, then you’ll know wide cars are still very much in fashion. At nearly any genre of event it seems every second car has been widened one way or another. Some are done well, some are not. And to that note, some are memorable and others
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