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Coolest Cayman ever? Maybe.
Does it makes sense? Not really. Is it awesome? Certainly.
Newly released models of the Group B rally legend and the V-8-engined Ferrari will be ready to build and display in January.
We got behind the wheel of an electric-swapped 1967 Porsche 912 with a five-speed manual to give it a try.
This thing looks like a rocket ship.
For the second iteration of his Climbkhana series, Block went to the iconic Heaven's Gate road.
Sure, they're winter-rated. But versus big-name brands, they can't stack up.
It's not an M car, but it's still quick as hell.
In the early Nineties, carmakers were struggling. Not Saturn, though. Saturn was doing great things.
At least the builder kept it in the family.
And how my teenage neglect killed it anyway.
All of these cars turn 25 years old at some point in 2020. That means they can legally be imported and registered in the U.S.
Reliable Honda power and limited-slip differentials all around mean this Mini should be able to get through anything.
Why? For one simple reason: it has a V-8.
I can buy an entire E36 M3 for the price of this spoiler.
It also runs nines.
One wrong move robbed me of my last chance to see a cherished friend.
The best way to make a massive truck feel small? Park it under the rest of everything.