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    The car is one of the few tools that we can celebrate for being bad. And the first generation Corvette, rationally-speaking, isn't great. But that doesn't really matter, because it is lovely. Designed to look like the Hollywood customs that rolled through majestic hills above LA years before...
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    We're all familiar with the Yenko Camaros but less famous is the hopped Chevrolet that preceded it: the Yenko Stinger. And you could own one. The "Yenko Stinger" is really just a hot-rodded Corvair Monza. Don Yenko changed the name because although he saw the Corvair's potential as a race car...
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    People have this idea that old American cars can't be raced. They're big, they're ridiculous, and they're primitive. But Arlo Karikomi is out there in his '65 El Camino showing them the error of their ways. Karikomi is featured in the latest episode of Hagerty's "Why I Drive" series. Having...
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    Gen Xers and Millennials now make up 53% of people shopping for classic car insurance, according to data from Hagerty. The findings end of countless years of 'boomer and pre-boomer dominance. With the younger generations coming into some money and stability, they've started buying the older...
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    Six months ago, Mike Musto had a pretty good idea. "Let's make a muscle car," he said "and focus on drivability." It's a quest that sounds great! Wouldn't we all like to drive something that's special and fun, but not too impractical? The problem is that while we all want to do that, Power and...
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