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The 1990 Pontiac Firebird Formula 350 Is An Unasuming Muscle Car From A Very Bad Period

If you are an American gearhead, you’ll probably agree that 1990 was not the greatest year when it comes to American performance cars. With that said, the Pontiac Firebird Formula 350 was one of the cars that proved there is a light at the end of the tunnel for GM. In 1990, the Formula 350 joined the ranks of the 1987 Buick GNX and the 1989 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Turbo 20th Anniversary as more attainable American alternatives to the Corvette as well as European sports cars. Moreover, this particular example, listed for sale on Classic Cars, proves that despite being a limited edition, such cars are still attainable.
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New Flying Car On Sale Requires No License To Operate

A new flying car touted as the “future of air travel” can travel at 63 miles per hour (101.4 kilometers per hour) and stay airborne for up to 20 minutes thanks to a Tesla battery pack – but thanks to US regulations needs no license to fly. That’s right: you could zip around in a one-person flying car without a pilot’s license or even a driver’s license.

Hunters Discover Barn Find 1971 Cadillac Ambulance

Some barn find hunters came across a very dusty 1971 Cadillac High Top M-M Volunteer Ambulance recently and the discovery has us excited for multiple reasons. Any time a rare and genuine barn find is uncovered it’s a big deal, but for the last while these types of events have been increasingly rare.
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2022 Lucid Air - Performance, Price, and Photos

Being the new kid on the block, Lucid Motors, is one of the most hyped and talked about brands in the automotive space. The first vehicle in their line-up, the Air luxury sedan, has a lot to prove. With the first deliveries of the Air having taken place in late 2021, we are now getting a taste of what the Tesla rival has to offer.

Ford F-150 Lightning Electric Trucks Save Families In Flooded Kentucky

If you've been following the news, you may be aware that the US state of Kentucky is facing terrible flooding, which has left many people stranded and without power. Sadly, at least 37 people have died so far as a result of the floods. Ford sent two F-150 Lightning electric trucks and two F-150 PowerBoost hybrid trucks to help provide power during the catastrophe.

Carmakers Told To Fix Big SUV's Front Blind Spot After Shocking Experiment

The perceived safety of driving a tall SUV like a Cadillac Escalade or Chevrolet Tahoe is understandable. But despite being taller and heavier than a sedan, not all SUVs are equally safe in every crash-test scenario. More worryingly, SUVs pose a greater risk to pedestrians because of their tall bodies and massive blind spots. Research from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) from earlier this year determined that SUVs are a bigger hazard for pedestrians when cornering, and now a prominent US Senator has questioned safety authorities in the country after a shocking investigation by a News4 I-Team in Virginia demonstrated just how bad modern SUV blind-spot zones are.

Jay Leno Is Shocked The Cadillac Lyriq Costs Just $60,000

The world is changing, and very fast. Once touted as the 'Standard Of The World' Cadillac at times seemed in peril and less relevant to changing buyers. But the outstanding Cadillac Lyriq EV has given the brand its mojo back. On the surface, the Cadillac Lyriq is a strikingly beautiful SUV but it is also advanced and responsible, traits that will carry Caddy into a brave new (and greener) world.

ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons Has The Coolest Car Collection

He definitely has the best celebrity collection we've seen in a long time. Billy Gibbons is well-known in the car community, so what does he drive? Check out the highlights. Watch the latest Motorious Podcast here. 1948 Cadillac 'CadZZilla' Series 62. Powered by a 500 cubic-inch engine, this Caddy is...

Ferdinand Porsche's Grandson Teases New 540-HP Porsche GTL Coupe

For particularly affluent Porsche collectors, buying a "normal" Porsche 911 Carrera or snapping up a carefully preserved classic at auction isn't always enough. That's where companies like Singer Vehicle Design fit in, able to produce entirely unique and exceptionally high quality versions of the classic sports car. Bespoke sports car brand Feuerbach Designworks want a slice of this lucrative market, too, and with a tag line like "for the few, not for the many", the company knows exactly who it is targeting. Founded in 2019, Feuerbach has shared the first bit of information about its launch model, the Feuerbach Porsche GTL Coupe.

5 Reasons Florida Boaters Prefer Inboard Boat Motors

Boating is a tradition for most Floridians, and it’s a popular way to relax for many reasons. There are now more than one million registered boats in Florida, which means more people are taking up boating every year. There’s something refreshing about being out on the water, floating around...

Car of the Week: This Rare 1961 Ferrari Was Made for a Count. It Could Fetch up to $5 Million at Auction.

Click here to read the full article. With a provenance “rap sheet” long enough to raise the eyebrows of any concours judge, this Ferrari 400 Superamerica Series I Coupé Aerodinamico is a remarkable rarity from the Prancing Horse. One of only seven examples of its kind, and the only one to wear aluminum bodywork, Maranello’s black bolide first broke through the atmosphere in 1961 and will definitely have an impact on collectors during Gooding & Company’s Pebble Beach Auctions on August 20. The car was a custom-built creation for wealthy 24-year-old Count Giovanni Volpi di Misurata, founder of Scuderia Serenissima, one...

Sweet Sixteen Cylinder Marmons Selling at Mecum's Monterey Sale

These cars are so rare most people never see one, this guy owns four and is proud of it. In the early 20th century there was one company that seemingly trumped all others in terms of their innovative design and engineering. That brand was called Marmon and to say they were dedicated to the pursuit of better automotive technology would be a vast understatement. Having created models such as the Wasp which won the first ever Indianapolis 500, it's easy to see how the Marmon Motor Company found success in the roaring ‘20s. This collection is a testament to the greatness portrayed by the brand and its automobiles as it combines four incredibly rare vehicles into one piece which you might have the chance to own very soon.

Chevrolet Now Offering New Silverados With BIG Discounts

The Chevrolet Silverado range has a pretty significant price bracket, ranging from $34,600 for the Work Truck (WT) in 2WD, Regular Cab guise all the way to $68,400 for the ZR2. It can be a little intimidating to start browsing this model range if you're in the market. Thankfully, Chevrolet...

1991 Jaguar XJR-15 Is Practically New

The 1990s were a time most notably recognized for seemingly constant innovation within the world of performance vehicles in the automotive industry. In America you had the birth of the LS engine, in Germany BMW was kicking tail and taking names, while in Japan they were making some of the most culturally significant models of their time. However, one area most people usually leave out of the conversation is Britain, home to brands like JAguar. This particular vehicle is a reminder of why you should never let your guard down when racing against a British automobile.

‘Like a rocket’: Why one couple bought an electric car and how it’s faring so far

Graham Corner says he and his wife, Julie, have long wanted to buy an electric car to reduce their environmental footprint.Having recently inherited some money, the couple managed to buy two new vehicles -  a second-hand electric Nissan Leaf and a plug-in hybrid Cupra Formentor.The Corners are among a growing number of UK residents turning to electric vehicles.  Earlier this month it was revealed that the UK automotive industry suffered its worst June for new car sales since 1996, the one bright spot was electric vehicles with more electric cars than ever taking to the road.Mr Corner, a 65-year-old retired...

Massive Classic Car Collection Impacts Car Community

This is a World Record car collection. As children, most of us car enthusiasts were probably fascinated by the cars of yesteryear. From classic Dodge Power Wagons to race-ready Le Mans competitors, the swooping fender flares, long hoods, and bright diverse color schemes were designed to do one thing, catch your attention. They did this extremely well which is why today these cars are seen as the pinnacle of design within the automotive community. While it is very unlikely, especially these days, to find your well-taken care of examples of these long-lost legends, there is still hope. This comes in the form of museums such as the LeMay Car Collection.