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Filed under “because they can” – an upturned car with wheels serving as DJ turntables has been developed by a team of British engineers to create the world’s biggest record player, and the most mobile of mobile discos.
Facts&Rumors,* Chevy has killed the Cobalt SS Supercharged for the 2008 model year. However, expect a Cobalt SS Turbocharged to appear just about the same time as the HHR SS, featuring a 260bhp version of the 2.0-liter Ecotec four aboard. That could be as early as the first quarter of 2008.
Now that we've driven it we can confirm that, yes, the supercharged Cobalt SS coupe is the best small Chevy yet. Now the Cobalt's heritage stretches back through the lackluster Cavalier to the inglorious Chevette, Vega and Corvair, so calling it the best little Chevy can be damning with feint praise
Cobalt SS SuperchargedFirst, let's be clear: The Cobalt SS will be the best small Chevy ever. Based on the same Delta platform that underpins the Saturn ION and Opel Vectra, the body structure promises to be satisfyingly stiff. The suspension is strictly conventional, with MacPherson struts in front
What is a car customizer? Everyone has their own idea of what a car customizer is and is not, but if we were to follow in the footsteps of the true definition, then a customizer is a person who has had hands-on experience working on cars. These days it seems everyone in this industry wants in on the
In an industry that is so typically young, we seldom hear of our race legends passing away. For one, some of our future import race legends are still in their prime, boasting a low- to mid-30 years of age. Of course, I'm talking about the people that have been in the import drag racing scene from da
For years Honda/Acura owners have been using chassis codes to refer to their cars, but because chassis codes can vary based on a number of factors, there's a good chance that they've been using the wrong labels