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    This is easily one of the coolest Mustang’s I’ve ever seen. For “the Producer,” sheet metal maestros the Ring Brothers started with a ’65 Mustang–a real one, not a Dynacorn–and widened it by four inches. In person, the effect is more subtle than you’d think, but the extra inches really give it presence. Of course, …

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    I’m almost positive I saw a video about the Runamucka a couple years back, but regardless, this was the first time I’ve seen it in person. The body comes from a ’42 Ford, the grill came from a ’32, and the nose cone was snatched from a ’50 Studebaker. But the builders reached across the …

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    There weren’t a ton of Corvettes at the show–all the builders are presumably waiting for the C7–but that doesn’t mean America’s Sports Car was absent. Now, I realize plenty of purists might turn up their noses at seeing a classic like this so radically modified, but SEMA isn’t about stock. And hey, if you did …

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    There’s a 454 under the hood, but it’s really everything that comes after it that makes this ’60 Caddy such a stunner. The wizards at Sisco Fabrications outdid themselves with this gorgeous testament to ’60s elegance, and the slammed appearance makes it look like the tail fins stretch on for a mile. This awesome machine …

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    SEMA is all about the ridiculous, and it’s hard to picture anything more ridiculous than this Mopar-powered Mini. Dubbed the “Maxi Cooper,” you don’t have to care anything about cars to get a kick out of this taxi-themed monster, and that’s kind of the point. The 5.7L Hemi has been stroked 6.4L, and the BDS …