Opel Speedster: It’s All About Smiles Per Gallon

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“My car is not just a piece of sport equipment. I regard it as an extension of my body. “I want to feel the road. Everything between the surface and me, in essence, is the car, so it has to be reduced to the absolute minimum of parts for that reason. I always want to
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Seek & Destroy: An Authentic Datsun

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Authenticity This is a 1968 Datsun 510 wagon. As is the nature of car communities, there are many thousands of Datsun enthusiasts out there in the world that will immediately recognize this car to be a 1968 Datsun 510 wagon. Not a 1969, and not a 1972. What separates the 1968 model year are a
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Need For Swede: Bilsport Performance at Elmia

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If you want to stay updated with the Scandinavian custom car scene, the annual Bilsport Performance & Custom Motor Show – aka Elmia – is where you want to go. Every Easter, the finest Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Finnish (and European) automotive creations gather at the Elmia convention center in Jönköping, Sweden to show off their feathers. If you’re not
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Hunting Speed & Style At Toronto Motorama

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I know this isn’t an opinion shared among all of the Speedhunters, or even many of you reading this, but I genuinely enjoy car shows. During the summer months it’s not uncommon to find me taking photos at two shows a weekend. Heck, even two shows a day if they’re close enough in proximity. Some
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The Wingless S2000 Warrior – Speedhunters

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Earning the title ‘Wingless Warrior’ after his debut at Winton Raceway in Victoria, Australia, Dustin Wong’s AP2 is no average Honda. It’s the epitome of styling, form and function. Carving up mountain roads from the land down under in Melbourne’s east, this UK-spec Honda and its driver often enters Mt. Dandenong from the unconventional back-end route for
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The 24 Hours Of Daytona On 35mm Film

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It was 17 years ago that I attended my first Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona. Up until that time, the only motorsports event I’d attended was an historic racing meet that I had been given tickets to. All of the professors at the college I was attending (Daytona Beach Community College) knew I was a petrol-head, so when
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When Worlds Meet: S15 Silvia Versus ’31 Ford

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The 52nd annual Auto Value World of Wheels recently took place in Calgary, Alberta. Championship Auto Shows hosted this event and will host 15 others this year throughout Canada and the United States. They mostly attract custom show cars, but World of Wheels’ make-up has a bit of everything for everyone. While indoor car shows along with miles of
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What’s Better Than One Viper? In the city known for its cyclists, coffee snobs, Silicon Valley and environmentalists, two men dare to be different. While San Francisco may be home to around 865,000 people, there are only about 470,000 vehicles (cars, trucks and motorcycles combined) registered in the Bay Area. To some that may not seem
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