August 28, 2015

Fast & FuriousOf all the Fast and the Furious films, likely the most underrated is the fourth entry. Titled simply Fast & Furious, it connects numerous dots in the ongoing timeline but otherwise doesn’t seem to have the same popularity as others in the saga. However, there are a few scenes that not only define the movie, but rank it as one of the best made so far. Here are our top picks:  (more…)

August 24, 2015

Justin WilsonIn another case of tragically preventable death, the grim reality of open-cockpit racing has become all too apparent. Justin Wilson, aged 37, succumbed to injuries sustained Sunday afternoon during the IndyCar race at Pocono Raceway. To say the absolute least, our deepest condolences, thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends and teammates of the beloved driver. (more…)

August 21, 2015

fast-furious-tokyo-drift-1967-ford-mustangOne of the best things about the Fast and the Furious films is the mixture of vehicles. Granted, the majority typically are Japanese Domestic Market (JDM) but more than a few muscle cars tend to make their way into each part of the series. The first film had a ’69 Charger to die for and the second film upped the anti with a clean Challenger and Yenko Camaro. Somehow, despite being set in Tokyo, the third film kept the trend alive and well. Here are a few of our favorites from the JDM vs. USDM flick: (more…)

August 18, 2015

2-Fast-2-Furious-image-2We started off the Fast and Furious Flashback series of posts with the original. You can probably guess the movie of interest for round two. From the most overdone (not opinion, fact) Mitsubishi Eclipse we’ve ever seen to muscle car cameos and more than a few great driving scenes, 2 Fast 2 Furious took the franchise in a new, wilder direction. Here’s a few of our favorite moments from the sequel:  (more…)

August 14, 2015

paulwalker_2The Fast and the Furious. It’s hard to think of a more instantly recognizable series of car films. Tougher yet to name one that has captivated such a wide audience. Regardless of age, car preference, career, etc., it’s almost impossible to not like, at least in some way, the ever-growing franchise. From the ridiculous to genuinely impressive, some of the most referenced car culture lines originate from The Fast and the Furious films. As a small tribute, we’ve put together a few of our favorite moments, starting with the first film:  (more…)

August 11, 2015

Procharged MustangYou may have heard this comparison before: ProCharger vs. Supercharger. Depending on your car scene, that may launch an ongoing argument about what defines a supercharger as opposed to other types of forced induction. More importantly, if you’re deciding on what type of blower to purchase, knowing the pros and cons of each option can make a considerable difference. To help, here’s a quick breakdown of the three most popular types of superchargers: roots, centrifugal and screw types. (more…)

August 6, 2015

corey-weber-ford-mustang-OUSCI-2013_60Car meets are some of the best ways to unwind after a long week, hang out with the crew, meet new people and see a wide variety of rides. One way to make it even more entertaining is by getting together with your buddies ahead of time and driving to the meet. Racing on public streets, however, is a slightly different story. Knowing the difference and what to do when things start to speed up can be the difference between a fun highway blast and a very lost license.

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August 4, 2015

DSC_0405In virtually any large car meet, you’re likely to find someone who has Plasti-Dipped some portion of their car. From small, discreet badges to the entire car itself, this trend has exploded over the past few years. However, is it everything it’s made out to be, or is there something you should know before running off to the shop? As it turns out, reality is a little of both. Here are the basics of the temporary paint phenomenon.


May 28, 2015

1968 Ford GTTypically we think of modern muscle cars as performance bargains, offering incredible power for relatively little. However, when it comes to classic muscle, especially examples with historical importance, prices head very quickly in the other direction. In an auction setting, it’s not uncommon for original or well restored favorites to crack into six figure territory. Our own Chris Duke and Alan Taylor got a firsthand look at the 2015 Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction.

As impressive as those numbers are, certain examples with the right owners, background and place in history can enter an entirely different stratosphere. Ready to see some jaw dropping numbers? Check out our list of the six most expensive muscle cars ever sold:

May 26, 2015

H&R Coil OversIn the two previous chapters of the Track Day Muscle series, interior and exterior upgrades, we reviewed the critical first steps to preparing a track ready car. With driver safety, wheels, tires and aerodynamics all addressed, it’s time to bring the suspension up to par. It’s time for Track Day Muscle: Part 3.


May 21, 2015

rpm_indy500-07_1440x960In the world of racing, certain tracks have become hallmarks of motorsport. Names such as Sebring, Monza, Nurburgring, Monaco and Daytona conjure memories of the greatest races ever held. However, on Memorial Day weekend, one stands above them all. One track that will turn men into legends: Indianapolis.


May 18, 2015

S06E10-320x240-nlThis season of Motorz has covered extensive ground. From modifying Mustangs to transforming Jeeps and even visiting SEMA 2015, it’s been a great adventure. Now, with the series finale, we’re visiting one of the all-time great auto destinations. Ready for the exciting conclusion of Motorz season six? It’s time for 2015 Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale!


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