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It's on the biohazardous side now, but imagine this van in its 1970s heyday!

These 1970s custom vans still show up in wrecking yards now and then. This one is pretty icky now, but it was once gloriously luxurious.

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Custom cars and British celebs on this episode of the Autoblog Podcast.

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Street racing is suspected to be the cause of the accident.

It's hard to tell this is a McLaren.

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Dodge is still working on its widebody Challenger, but CDC's kit is already here.

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But Chevy and Dodge score points for braking, top speed.

Fords are quicker than Chevy and Dodge, but no matter which police car you come across, remember, you'll never outrun Motorola.

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Don't judge a car by its, uh, cover.

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18 city, 27 highway, 21 combined mpg.

Fuel economy figures for the Challenger GT are out.

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Another, smaller recall focuses on fleets.

There are no injuries/fatalities associated with the Jeep recall, and just one "potentially related injury" in the truck/police car recall.

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We travel to rusty Minneapolis to find this rare Chryslerbishi.

When Chrysler wanted a not-quite-minivan to sell, Mitsubishi had just the right car. Here's a Dodgified Mitsubishi Chariot that I spotted in a Minneapolis self-service wrecking yard last summer.

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The dealer is even making unofficial special editions.

Good news: there won't be any special markup on the cars.

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It lives, and it’s getting some help from the Viper ACR.

Prototypes' tires hint towards an upcoming wide-body model.

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Changes to begin later this year.

Sorry, but the Viper is still dead.

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New looks, small bumps in performance, and more noise should be a winning recipe for Dodge's two newest trim levels.

These cars may have four doors, but they're still packing plenty of performance.

Nearly every car company offers a sedan with a real back seat that offers the kind of performance that used to be reserved for exotic two-seaters.

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Thieves used FCA DealerCONNECT software to carry out their crimes.

Over a six month period, a pair of hackers broke into and stole more than 30 vehicles in the Houston area.

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Pretend turbine power, real V8 rumble.

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