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C5 C6 Corvette Travel Buddy
This cup holder is designed to look as good as it functions in the limited space interior of C5 and C6 Corvettes! The pressure-fit Travel Buddy simply slips under the console side trim to rest on the floor with no messy adhesive or drilling required. Have your new Travel Buddy securely installed in a matter of seconds!
Supercharger For A LS1 C5 Corvette
Maximize performance from our C5 Corvette supercharger as it was designed in the C5. The intercooler fits perfectly, allowing use of the Corvette supercharger's integrated bypass valve. This vacuum allows for "free spinning" while your Chevrolet Corvette is under light load. Choose between finishes like a black or polished finish for supercharger and bracket assemblies. High quality hoses allow you to get from the supercharger to intercooler without twisting. New designs allow you to show more of the supercharger for a better appearance, and produces the most power. Our kit replaces the weakest idler on the C5, between the power steering & balancer.
2018 Ford Mustang GT

The Mustang has been Ford’s flagship pony car since its debut in 1964. Throughout its 63 years of production, it has undergone some major changes. The revised 2018 Mustang GT is no exception to that.

Before we get into the changes in the GT, lets talk a little bit about the ecoBoost. For starters, most of you will know by now that Ford no longer offers a v6 for their Mustang lineup. They’re only going to be offering a 2.3L 4 cylinder ecoBoost, and the 5.0L v8.

Don’t let 4 cylinders fool you, though. In 2018, the ecoBoost is going to be making a whopping 310 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque. In fact, Ford is claiming this engine will be capable of taking the Mustang from 0-60 in under 5 seconds. It’s also cheaper than the 2017 was by about $600 (for an MSRP of $25,585).

What’s Been Changed In The 2018 Mustang GT?

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Fiat 124 Spider

Let’s be honest – getting behind the wheel of a car that puts a smile on your face is what we all want. It doesn’t necessarily have to make 500+ horsepower, either.

Cars that will continually put a smile on your face every time you get in the driver’s seat is becoming more and more rare. Granted, there are tons of exotic supercars that do just that – but what about on a budget?

So, with that said, we’ve compiled a list of what we believe to be some of the most fun cars to drive out there today. This isn’t going to be your list filled with all Ferrari’s, either. All of the cars you’re going to read about will cost under $40,000 new.

Ford Mustang GT

You can’t be surprised to see the Mustang on this list. There’s a reason the Mustang has been so incredibly successful since its debut in 1964, and hasn’t [...]

Tesla Model 3

Elon Musk (the CEO of Tesla and Space-X if you live under a rock) recently tweeted out some new information concerning the Tesla Model 3.

In the tweet, he stated that the Model 3 passed all regulatory requirements for production two weeks ahead of schedule:

Model 3 passed all regulatory requirements for production two weeks ahead of schedule. Expecting to complete SN1 on Friday

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 3, 2017

Shortly after, a new tweet followed. He talked about a handover party for first 30 Model 3 customers on the 28th of July:

Handover party for first 30 customer Model 3's on the 28th! Production grows exponentially, so Aug should be 100 cars and Sept above 1500.

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 3, 2017

Finally, in his third tweet, he simply stated they should be able to produce 20,000 Model 3’s per month by December:

Looks like [...]

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