Day: August 20, 2021

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Many of the modifications occurring in the automotive market in the present day, together with tightened credit markets in a capital-intensive industry and increased authorities involvement are the newest international challenges. Pure hydrogen-oxygen flames emit ultraviolet mild and with high oxygen mix are almost invisible to the naked eye, as illustrated by the faint plume of the Space Shuttle Foremost Engine , compared to the extremely seen plume of a House Shuttle Strong Rocket Booster , which uses an ammonium perchlorate composite The detection of a burning hydrogen leak might require a flame detector ; such leaks might be very harmful. Hydrogen flames in different circumstances are blue, resembling blue pure gas flames. 17 The destruction of the Hindenburg airship was a notorious example of hydrogen combustion and the trigger continues to be debated. The visible orange flames in that incident were the result of a rich combination of hydrogen … Read More

This feral Buick GS drag car returned to the strip after a 25-year absence



a car parked in a parking lot


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“This is the dinosaur tour.” A perfect one-liner to describe the age of race cars in attendance at the 40th Annual Buick GS Nationals. Unlike many hi-po drag meets, where late model cars reign supreme, the rides packing Beech Bend Dragway’s paddock are primarily pre-1985. David McIntosh, the man who supplied the quote, has plenty of these short and sweet sentences, keeping any conversation as pleasant and airy as whipped chocolate mousse. I could listen to McIntosh talk all day—automotive knowledge that comes from over 40 years of running your own engine shop and a heft of good-naturing ribbing, piped through a breezy Georgian drawl–but he’s got places to be. A staging box specifically, to ignite the porky slicks on his 1970 Buick GS drag car.



a car parked on the side of a road: Cameron Neveu


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Cameron Neveu



a car parked in a parking lot: Cameron Neveu


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Cameron Neveu

It had been 29 years since

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Former Airstrip Now Hides Huge Classic Car Collection

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This is a desert find of a lifetime!

Classic cars, especially restomods, have gained a lot of popularity in recent years for their ability to combine classic styling with modern-day performance when restored. As such, we often wonder where these cars come from as we may want to undertake this venture ourselves one day. For the most part, a classic car can be found rotting away in some old junkyard or tucked quietly in a neighbor’s yard. However, some places deal specifically with the old relics we’ve all come to know and love.

See a rare Trans Am find here.

These safe havens of automotive history oftentimes are the homes of some of the greatest cars ever made and, if you’re patient, there’s usually something for everybody. What we have today, is one of the most extensive collections of classic cars

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Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray now rumored with around 650 hp

In November 2019, back-channel automotive sleuth Bozi Tatarevic scoured GM documents to piece together info on what was thought to be a Corvette hybrid closer to the base model than the rumored 1,000-horsepower hybrid supercar that could be called “Zora.” Intel this year is finally beginning to paint a picture that could put us in the ballpark of an identifiable production car potentially called E-Ray. Spy shots from earlier this month uncovered a fleet of Corvettes testing with the only similar hybrid performance car on the market now, the soon-to-be-departed Acura NSX. The camo’ed Corvettes were assumed to hide electric motors, overall output thought to level out around 550 or 600 hp. Muscle Cars and Trucks reports the E-Ray will get a little more muscle than that, total output clocking in at “closer to 650 horsepower.”

That figure would come courtesy of an unmolested LT2 6.2-liter V8 with 495

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