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Cars that you own early on in your life typically have a special place in your heart, even a decade after you have sold the vehicle. Plans to modify it in ways your budget would not allow still remain fresh in your memory; some modifications still in line with your current tastes, others not so much. Clay’s first Volkswagen was a 1987 Alpine White Jetta GLI, owned over 10 years ago when he was just 18 years old.

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Our friends at AWOL.tv and Air Lift put together this short video to showcase some of the cars at the Players Classic just a week ago. Turn the lights down, the volume up, and enjoy what our friends across the pond are up to.

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Just a month ago, we ran a full feature on Adam Woodhams’s beautiful ’51 Pontiac Chieftain. What better way to cap off the article than with a beautiful video? Sean Rivers has put together a short film on Adam and his pride and joy.

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The E36/8 Z3 M-Coupe is definitively a “love/hate” car. Its unusual styling presents an unmatched love in the heart of some, versus a foul taste in the mouth of others. The controversial “clown shoe” shooting-brake body lines are unlike any other BMW, before and after – and it only seems fitting that such a unique car has a rather special cult following.

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As a diehard Forza Motorsport fan since the birth of the series, I jumped at the chance to attend the E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) reception for the latest addition to the series: Forza Motorsport 5. On Tuesday evening, the Turn 10 Studios team brought out all the stops, from the expected range of exotic supercars and an extravagant venue, to a full-on wheel-and-pedal simulator and playable Xbox-One/Forza 5 systems.

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