How to tell a Real GNX from a Fake

With only around 500 examples produced, the Buick GNX (Grand National Xcitement) is one of the most sought after cars of the 1980's. That single letter X can mean the difference between a $4000 car, and an $80000 car. Naturally, there are plenty of people out there building phony GNX's to make a quick buck.

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Donk Driver gets $2 Million in Sponsorship Deal

Quan Adams, of Alexandria Virginia, is well known in his community for his 1976 Chevy Caprice on 28 inch rims. The same car that he drives to and from work, and occasionally to the 7/11 to pick up some smokes. Quan's Caprice has been sponsored by Cheerios and Dos Equis in the past, but yesterday, he announced that he would be driving exclusively for Olive Garden in the coming season.

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Mass Breakdown threatens Italian Economy

According to well known statistics, only about 50% of Italian built cars are running at any given moment, and once every 40 years or so, that number drops to about 5%. That's what happened yesterday, as almost all of Italy became stranded. Even those that were lucky enough to have a running vehicle, or smart enough to buy a foreign car, were stuck in the ensuing traffic jam.

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Mitsubishi's Plans to stay Relevant

Mitsubishi is a company in dire straits on the US market. With the discontinuation of the Evo last year, they are no longer targeting enthusiast sales. They don't have the reputation for reliability of a Honda or Toyota, and they can't produce cars as cheaply as Kia. This leads me to ask, what does Mitsubishi have?

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