1988 Porsche 944 Turbo S – One Take

This 1988 Porsche 944 Turbo S (also referred to as 951) is one of the 380 special “Silver Rose” editions. It is a stock vehicle, well cared for, with over 195,000 original miles. To go from the regular 944 Turbo to the Turbo S, you got a larger turbo, ride height-adjustable Koni shocks, a hardened

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Porsche Cayman GT4 – (Track) One Take

The Porsche Cayman GT4, it has been said, is the Porsche we’ve all been waiting for. With 911 Carrera S Power, complete GT3 front subframe, and the balance of a mid-engined car, this could be the best Porker on the market today. Anaheim Angels Pitcher CJ Wilson and his race team have invited Matt to

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2016 BMW M2 – (Gridlife, Track) One Take

The BMW M2 is front and center on the hype train: the successor to the wildly exciting and collectible 1M Coupe, the M2 combines a very strong, 365 HP Turbo Inline Six, manual gearbox, and wide fender flares over a short wheelbase, at a price much lower than the benchmark M4. On the racetrack at

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2018 Honda Accord Sport – (Zack) One Take

Zack is back! With the new Accord Sport. As the car industry gets closer to automating everything, Honda continues to make a car for the enthusiast with 2 kids and a dog: the Accord Sport with a manual transmission. The Accord’s V6 is gone, replaced with a 2.0 liter turbocharged 4. Power and performance aren’t

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1969 American Motors Rambler Wagon Hot Rod – One Take

This Rambler Wagon looks like nothing at all, and that’s a very good thing, because it makes an excellent sleeper. Chosen by its engineer owner/builder for its surprisingly light weight, this Rambler features a LS1/T56 Driveline with double-wishbone suspension, big brakes, and the right tires to prove to be a surprising corner carver .

Infiniti G35 Coupe – One Take

The Infiniti G35 is a great starting point for a big build like the twin-turbo example we recently featured. It’s also just a nice car to modify lightly and use every day. This example features coilover suspension, a nice set of wheels, an exhaust, and makes a great daily driver/ canyon combo car. Check out

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Honda Fit Sport Review

The Smoking Tire heads out to Adams Motorsports Park with the gold standard of small cars: The Honda Fit. We analyze the name literally: How much will it fit? and How Sporty is it?