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Malcolm Zack Challenger burnout

Stock Power Dodge Challlenger SRT Hellcat Runs a 10.47 Quarter Mile

The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat owned by Malcolm Zack recently laid down a 10.47 quarter mile without any power-adding modifications and while he does have steeper gears, a stronger driveshaft and a healthy dose of weight reduction inside and out – this supercharged Mopar monster was able to run 10.40s with factory power.
2018 Raptor in Race Red

The Ford F150 Raptor Gets a Little More Expensive for 2018 - Detailed Pricing

You can now build your ideal 2018 Ford F150 Raptor on Ford.com, but if you waited for the 2018 model year before picking up one of the 450hp off-road monsters, you are going to pay a little more than you would have for the 2017 model year – with both base pricing and popular equipment group pricing rising for the new models.
White new Toyota Tundra

Best Security System for Your Toyota Tundra

I’ve been seeing several posts online lately where someone’s Toyota Tundra was stolen. For some people, it’s no big deal because “that’s what insurance is for”. But for others, their Tundra means everything to them. When you put all your hard-earned money into your pride and joy, you have every right to be upset if someone just steals it from you and trashes it. Finding the right security system for your truck could prevent larceny from happening to you.
Ford Transit

Ford Transit van Plugin Hybrid Van ready to conquer the delivery market

As European countries continue to crack down on emissions from road vehicles, automakers are stepping up with solutions to reduce levels of smog-causing nitrogen oxides, especially in city centers. Ford identified the commercial vehicle segment as one it believes is a prime candidate for electrification, and earlier this month it revealed its Ford Transit Plug-In Hybrid van.
2018 Ford Mustang in Europe

European 2018 Ford Mustang: V8 Power Up, EcoBoost Power Down, More Technology

Ford Motor Company has announced the specs for the European version of the 2018 Mustang and as is the case with the new pony cars coming to the US market, Europeans will enjoy more power, a new look and improved technology for the 2018 model year – although the 4-cylinder EcoBoost sees a drop in power due to local emission requirements.

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