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    Corvette engine-building program gets first taker
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    Todd Schnitt with his Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 – Click above for high-res image gallery
    In what may be the ultimate experience for the ultimate Chevrolet Corvette fan, General Motors is allowing buyers of the ultimate versions of its sportscars the opportunity to build their own engines. ...

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    Submit your questions for Autoblog Podcast #186
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    Got a question for our intrepid team of podcasters? Now's the time to ask away. Don't forget to vote on which questions deserve our attention the most, though we'll try to get to as many as we can. Discussion topics for Autoblog Podcast ...

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    Something Wicked This Way Comes: Arash AF-10 speeds towards production
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    Arash AF-10 – Click above for image gallery
    It's been a long time coming, but the Arash AF-10 is finally here. Well, almost. Development of the latest British cottage-industry supercar is still being carried out, but after years of following the story, details and photos of the exclusive ...

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    WaterCar Python rocks our Corvette-loving, Ram-driving souls [w/VIDEO]
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    WaterCar Python - Click above for high-res image gallery
    If you thought that the amphibious Fiat we told you about last month would be a hoot, but you longed for more power than that car's 850 cc four-banger could provide, then maybe this is the vehicle for you. Billed as "THE WORLD'S FASTEST, ...

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    For the kids: Help Mr. Stephens build a ZR1 engine
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    For many, General Motors' Mr Stephens' Engine Shop online game is full of metallic looking stuff, none of it discernibly purposeful. What you're working with are extracted parts of the LS9 engine that powers the Corvette ZR1. Unless your ZR1 is in the shop for catastrophic engine failure, these ...

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    VIDEO: Birthing an LS9
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    Automobile Magazine was invited into General Motors Performance Build Center to watch and lightly assist in the buildup of a ZR-1's internal combustion heart. It takes four-and-a-half hours of real time to go from a bare block to a fire-breathing, supercharged LS9, but through the magic of sped-up ...

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