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You name it, it was there.  Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Pagani, Koenigsegg, even a Spyker.  I'll let the pictures do the talking.  

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guide, info, keyless entry, remote start, security, shopping -

No matter which brand you decide to go with, the basic differences between each “level” within each manufacturer is generally the same. That being said, there isn’t a clear cut “line” when it comes to what you always get when jumping to the next better model within a particular manufacturer. Some will upgrade the remote, maybe improve the range, have additional auxiliary inputs, etc. I will use Directed Electronics products as examples as that is the line I am most familiar with, and use remotes as identification to differentiate different “levels”. One Button Remotes When you see a remote with...

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305, Convertible, mazda, motocarr, Rotary, RX-7, SBC, V8 -

Our next project car fresh off the U-Haul trailer!  Luckily it moves under it's own power.....a 305 small block Chevy mated to a 700R4 transmission from a 1988 Pontiac Firebird.  First impressions is that it's a solid start, just needs some tightening up.  Most likely we'll start with getting this thing on the road as is, then eventually move up to an LS based fuel injected platform.(And of course a full stereo!) More to come once we start digging into it!  

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auto parts, autozone, clearance, miata, motocarr, rockauto.com, sale, tips -

First I'll start by saying that I do not work for, endorse, or get kick backs from RockAuto.com for writing this.  Just spreading some money saving tips I've come across servicing my own personal vehicles! I usually start looking at promos/sales from the usual chain auto parts stores like Oriley's, AutoZone, Advance, etc. a few days or weeks before I plan on doing preventative maintenance on one or a few of our cars.  I try and group services together to save time and work if I know a few will be due around the same time or if I will...

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garage vary, mazda, miata, motocarr, plasti dip, rota, wheels -

Finally had time to spray the car after getting most of the mechanics straightened out.Materials-Three gallons of Yellow RDS-One gallon Matte Clear-50g Wu-Tang Yellow pearl mixed into the Matte Clear gallon-Three spray cans of whiteBeat up city car.....(relatively rust free though!)Tires need a hair cut :pMuch better! Pearl appliedFinished!Couldn't be happier with the results compared to what it looked like before!

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