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A Lap Down Memory Lane with Charlie Glotzbach

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Custom 1/8-scale ’41 Willys

Little engines that could. (And some big ones too!)

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Replicarz 1971 Johnny Lightning PJ Colt Indy 500 Winner

Replicarz 1971 Johnny Lightning PJ Colt Indy 500 Winner

Big Al’s birthday bullet When the Vel’s Parnelli Jones (VPJ) team unloaded Al Unser’s PJ Colt at Indy in 1971, they were understandably confident. Unser had won the 500 from the pole the previous year in essentially the same car, and gone on to capture the 1970 USAC (pre-IndyCar) National Championship—the first of four each […]
Automodello 1937 Delage D8-120 S Aerodynamic Coupe by Pourtout

Automodello 1937 Delage D8-120 S Aerodynamic Coupe by Pourtout

Sleek and Singular Showpiece 1:24 | $300 (Silver Standard Edition); $450 (Black Homage Edition) by Matt Boyd It speaks volumes to the enduring elegance of the one-of-a-kind D8-120 S Aerodynamic Coupe that Louis Delage used it as his personal car following its debut at the 1937 Paris Auto Show, and that when the restored vehicle […]

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Shark Tale

Shark Tale

The Motormax 1961 Chevrolet Mako Shark by Ron Ruelle If you hear the name “Corvette,” what undersea creature immediately jumps to mind? Stingray, right? That name has been used on and off for over half a century on versions of the American sports car legend. The name first showed up on a 1959 race car, the “XP87 […]
Charlie glotzbach kneels next to his #6 Cotton Owens Dodge for photos in February 1969, prior to the 1969 Daytona 500.

A Lap Down Memory Lane with Charlie Glotzbach

Charlie was one of Dodge’s top NASCAR drivers during the late ’60s and early ’70s, and was the primary test and driver during the development of the winged Dodge Charger Daytona for Chrysler during the 1969 season. As part of our “NASCAR’s Aero Warriors” feature in the Summer issue of Die Cast X (now on […]

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What Car Is This?

What Car Is This?

We show — you tell! We show you this snippet of a photo of a certain vehicle. Using your amazing powers of automotive identification, you tell us the make/model/year (and trim level, if applicable) in the Facebook comments!             Then you bask in car-guy glory!
What Car Is This?

What Car Is This?

Yep, we’ve got another ‘What Car Is This’ brain-teaser for you. Show your car-guy cred by ID’ing the Make/Model/Year (and trim, if applicable) in the Facebook comments.

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What Car Is This?

What Car Is This?

How’d you do on the last ‘What Car Is This’ quiz? Ready for another? Here’s your clue! List the Make/Model/Year (and trim level if applicable) in the Facebook comments.
What Car Is This?

What Car Is This?

Think you know cars? Here’s your chance to prove it! Take a look at the highlighted feature in the upper right corner and see if you can identify the make/model/year (and trim, if applicable) of the car it came off of?

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Custom 1/8-scale ’41 Willys

Custom 1/8-scale ’41 Willys

Henry Martinez is a hardcore Chevy guy going back decades — he currently owns a ’57 Nomad and a ’68 El Camino SS396 that he’s done full frame-off restorations on. He says he can’t do as much building and restoring of the full-scale stuff as he’d like to anymore, so he’s focused his talents on […]
Little engines that could. (And some big ones too!)

Little engines that could. (And some big ones too!)

The other day we posted this pic of Minichamps’ 1981 Group 5 Race Ford Capri and remarked on the stratospheric levels of boost it uses to make 500hp from its tiny little 1.4L turbo 4. That got us wondering where that little dynamo ranks in history in terms of specific output (the term for measuring […]
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