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GM's V-8-powered weed-whacker, Toyota's latest racing win, no more touchpads at Lexus | Hagerty Media

Intake: GM Design reached 35 years back on Instagram to share a photo of long-time chief designer Tom Peters holding a mock-up of a V-8-powered weed-whacker. Peters was responsible for many of Chevrolet's most important vehicles including the GMT K2XX Silverado, C6 and C7 Corvettes, and even contributed to the C8 before his retirement.
https://www.hagerty.com/media/news/the-manifold/2021-06-14/
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MATTMERICA
Instructor

Lordstown was always vaporware. They won't be the last one to turn out to have no functional EV that they claimed had many orders for
JohninNC
Advanced Driver

That Defender is pretty cool!
RokemRonnie
Detailer

It's not well known, but F9 will be 10th, not the 9th, Fast and Furious movie. The original The Fast And The Furious, was released in 1954, based on a story by Roger Corman (of Little Shop of Horrors fame). We covered it here: https://www.hagerty.com/media/automotive-history/the-best-and-worst-vintage-racing-movies-of-the-20t...
ncode429
Pit Crew

The RoadRunner with Wile E Coyote (aka Super Genius) first episode in 1949 -
Fast and Furry-ous!