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Why It’s Cool And Interesting That Spoon Is Making ‘Stock’ Parts For Old Civics

Humble sport compact cars that were popular tuning platforms in the early 2000s are now having a renaissance as collector’s items. The aftermarket for cars like this has always been pretty robust, but Spoon’s Timeless Collection signifies a new phase of evolution for this scene.Read more… Continue Reading at

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Radwood Is Doing A Show In Cyberspace This Saturday And You Should Join

How long has it been since you went to a car show? If you’re in a northern state, the answer may be since last summer. The current international health climate isn’t exactly conducive to large meetings of like-minded enthusiasts. If you’re looking for a way to get involved in the car scene without leaving your […]

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I’m Looking For a Radwood-Style Car For The Occasional Track Day For Under $10,000! What Should I Buy?

Mike is looking for an inexpensive car that can handle some track days, but he wants a cool ride from the ‘80s or ‘90s. Ideally, it would have a manual and rear-wheel-drive, but he isn’t too picky. However, he doesn’t have a ton of cash to spend and #Radwood cars are getting expensive. What should […]

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Remember the Chrysler Laser? Because the Rest of the World Sure Doesn’t

Today’s cutting-edge car designs focus on things like electric power, and semi-autonomous driving. But look back a few decades and you’ll find Detroit struggling to reach a different set of aspirations. This is the 1984-1986 Chrysler Laser, a car tasked with the lofty goal of being… a somewhat practical sporty coupe.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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