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Chris Demorro Freelancer

Christopher DeMorro is a freelance writer and journalist from Connecticut with two passions in life; writing and anything with an engine. This has led him to pursue a full time career as a freelancer with a focus on motor vehicles of all kinds.


Ford is celebrating today with very limited 2015 Mustang 50th Anniversary Edition. With just 1,964 units available for purchase, you can bet collectors are already ringing their accountants in a bid to buy one.

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Two of Ford’s lead designers are driving from Detroit to New York City for the New York Auto Show in a pair of classic Mustangs, recreating the route taken by another Ford team back in 1964.

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We have long heard rumors that a new Focus RS was in the works, even sharing the 2.3 liter EcoBoost engine that the 2015 Mustang is getting. But has it been canned for fear of cannibalizing sales?

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For the new TruTV show “Motor City Masters”, designers are tasked with creating a full-scale concept car in just three days. One of these design challenges focuses on the Camaro, which these leaked photos caught

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Crank and Piston Magazine, which follows Dubai’s obsession with supercars, exotics, and other high-dollar vehicles, put together an excellent tribute to the Ford GT to celebrate its tenth anniversary.

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For the 2015 model year , Chrysler is rolling out a new look for both the Charger, and its two-door sibling the Dodge Challenger. This appears to include a new Super Bee model, if the teaser is to be believed.

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The 421 cubic-inch V8 equipped “Ringer” GTO as it was called will be on display at this year’s GM Carlisle event, and it’s the only GTO Pontiac ever fitted with a 421 by Pontiac itself.

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We know that one wrong move is all it takes to put our car in the scrap heap, and us in a grave. This close call video posted to reddit shows how one Camaro driver almost caused a serious accident on a canyon road.

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Hennesey’s 270.49 MPH run at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Texas beat out even the mighty Bugatti Veyron, and to celebrate Hennessey has announced a special “World’s Fastest” Edition – all three sell out quickly.

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While we think the 2014 Corvette looks good enough as is, this body kit (along with Forigato wheels, of course) is bound to speak to some Stingray owners. Is this a better version of GM’s best?

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This 1968 Mustang has a nearly 450 horsepower inline-six cylinder pulled from a Toyota Supra. Regardless of your loyalties, you have to be impressed by the power and sound of this unique ‘68.

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Chrysler has decided to idle the Conner Avenue Assembly Plant where the Viper is built. As a result, 91 workers were laid off as Chrysler tries to match supply and demand.

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This Lincoln-powered 1956 Ford is a car we would have loved to have seen runnin’ and gunnin’ in its prime. While this gasser needs a lot of work, it’s got the right engine and other parts to feel authentic.

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Police in the town of Clinton, New Jersey found a stolen-and-stripped 2001 Dodge Viper in an apartment complex. The car was originally stolen from New Hampshire, an estimated 300 miles away.

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This unique Corvette was driven by Bunkie Knudsen for years until it was lost to history, only being rediscovered and restored in the 1980s. Now it’s going up for sale.

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The Mercury Cougar in 1967, an upscale Mustang available only V8 engine options. This included an attempt by Mercury to market a pair of Boss 429 powered Cougars to drag racers, one of which will come to Carlisle.

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