It’s Finally Summer – Vintage Travel Trailers & RVs – 3D Photos

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After a relatively cold spring and wet June, we’re finally getting some decent summer weather here in the Detroit area. To celebrate, here are some vintage travel trailers and motor homes that were a featured class at the Packard Proving Grounds’ Cars R Stars show in 2013.

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2014 Toyota Tundra CrewMax 4X4 Platinum Pickup – 3D Photos

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A while back, Toyota loaned me a Tundra CrewMax 4X4 pickup in Platinum trim. You can read my review of the big truck over at the The Truth About Cars and enjoy the full gallery of photos here.

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The Real Dukes of Hazzard “General Lee” 1969 Dodge Charger – 3D Photos

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The producers of The Dukes of Hazzard television show went through over 300 1969 Dodge Chargers over the course of the series. Many of the stunt cars, like the ones used for the series’ famous car jumps, were one and done, used for a single stunt or scene, and then too damaged to be repaired, That explains why they used hundreds. This particular car, owned by a Detroit area MOPAR enthusiast, is an authentic General Lee. However it was not abused. That’s because it’s the “hero car”, the car used when filming scenes with the actors. It’s been autographed by just about everyone in the cast and crew of the show and wears GENLEE1 license plates.

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More Monkeemobile – 3D Photos

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We’ve featured this authentic Monkeemobile from the 1960s television show before. Local collector Mel Gutherie bought it at auction from George Barris, who had acquired the Dean Jeffries built car, and restored it in a restomod fashion. It’s the second of two cars that Jeffries built for The Monkees’ producer, Bert Schneider and though it was intended to be used primarily as a show car for personal appearances with the band and at car shows, it ended up being used on the show in the second season. Gutherie brought it to the Ford Product Development Center employees’ car show last summer, sitting next to an authentic Dukes of Hazzard “General Lee” Dodge Charger.

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A Real Batmobile Replica – 3D Photos

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For someone that’s not particularly into comic books or action heroes, it appears that I’ve written about the Batmobile a few times, here, at The Truth About Cars and over at Hemmings. Marty Densch has also touched on the subject a couple of times here at Cars In Depth. We’ve even done a post about the Bat Cycle and Robin’s Bat Kart. TV and movie vehicles are popular and I guess you can’t ignore what’s popular. Continue reading

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2016 Ford GT in Grey – 3D Photos & 3D Video

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In the previous post I mentioned how the new Ford GT was a big hit at the NAIAS in Detroit. A month later, the GT was almost as big a hit at the Chicago auto show. How did Ford do that? By bringing a different GT.

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The Detroit car was in blue, to match the Shelby GT350 Mustang Ford was also introducing then. For the Chicago show they brought an almost sinister looking GT in a color that some have described as silver but I think it’s closer to a pewter grey. Whatever you call the color, the GT looks great in it.

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3D Video of the New Ford GT in Blue

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2016 Ford GT in Blue – 3D Photos

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Ford’s latest iteration of the GT40 lineage, the 2016 (or will it be a 2017 model year) Ford GT was a huge hit at the Detroit Auto Show in January. There have been serious rumors that the aero inspired GT, flying buttresses and all, powered by a Daytona Prototype derived twin turbo Ecoboost V6 engine, will compete at LeMans next year, the 50th anniversary of the GT40’s 1-2-3 finish at that 24 hour race.

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Thomas B. Jeffery’s first Rambler was not a car

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In 1897 Thomas B. Jeffery, a bicycle maker from Chicago, built himself a rudimentary automobile. He was pleased enough with the result that he gave up the bicycle business, bought a defunct bicycle factory in Kenosha, Wis., and created one of the first automobile factories in the country. He called his new car the Rambler but it was not his first product to bear that name.

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2016 Dodge Viper ACR – Exclusive 3D Photos & 3D Video

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Chrysler introduced a new Dodge Viper ACR that they say is their fastest track car ever. It has huge carbon ceramic rotors and six piston calipers by Brembo, a fully adjustable suspension and a wild aero package that is said to make almost a ton of downforce at speed.


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You can read more about the new Viper ACR at The Truth About Cars.

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