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JL Wrangler dons '70s flair, Sean Connery's DB5 for sale, mark your Pagani calendar

Intake: American Expedition Vehicles (AEV), a prominent outfitter for popular off-road platforms such as the Dodge Power Wagon and the Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator, introduced a 1970s throwback model at last weekend's Overland Expo West in Flagstaff, Arizona.
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I saw the Wrangler at the Expo this weekend. Sharp looking rig!

I wish that cars today did play around more with the interesting graphics popular in the 70s through early 90s. Everything today is just so bland. I understand the cost benefit of black/silver/white cars, but why not offer the black and the ability to add poppin graphics from a catalogue of them to make it stand out (at an upcharge of course). Better yet, offer these as clear wraps with the colorful graphics included in the clear wrap, to be installed by the dealership. The base paint is protected for the next owner, it is easily removed for selling/trading so a gaudy graphic isn't a devalue item, it can be changed out at any time, and everyone is happy.

I for one would be happy if leases could include an annual swap of the wrap/graphics. You could own a car three years and have it look different each year!

A new Pagani. This should be interesting how new or same it may be to the past cars.

No Mustang News? LOL!

"...original 007 actor" wasn't Connery, but an American actor, Barry Nelson, in a television version of "Casino Royale".