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    It’s not like the Hot Wheels thing hasn’t been done before, but you have to give GM credit for bringing the track too–even if it was made out of fabric. The inspiration for this stunner came from the original set of Hot Wheels cars from the ’60s, and it looked great parked at the end …

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    Like a lot of the coolest stuff at SEMA, the DecoLiner was out in the parking lot, so even the great unwashed–meaning anyone without a badge–could check it out. It’s billed as “Flash Gordon’s Motorhome,” and I can’t think of a better way to describe this creation. Builder Randy Grubb and the Blastolene crew used …

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    There are few, if any Hollywood vehicles that are as recognizable as the 1969 Dodge Charger clad in bright orange, wearing the Rebel flag and 01 race number that many of us grew up knowing as the General Lee.  Optima Batteries brought out this beautiful example of the General Lee–which we believe to be a …

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    Back in the day, a muscle car was a straight-line monster which handled a slalom course with all the dexterity of an aircraft carrier. But a funny thing happened on the way to the 21st century: muscle cars learned to turn! Of course, they can still use some help–like an RT Stage 1 TVS kit …

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    If you have a toddler in the house, you really don’t need an excuse to buy this. And even if you don’t have a little one running around the house, I’m guessing you can probably think something up. In addition to its blistering top speed of five MPH–which can be dialed back to a more …