MERCEDES-AMG GT S: IN-HOUSE ROCKET!

S is for screaming: O to 60 mph in under-four-seconds and all the luxury of a Mercedes-Benz. The second sports car developed entirely in-house by Mercedes-AMG, the GT has everything you would expect from an authentic Mercedes-AMG - from the characteristic styling and thoroughbred motorsport technology to the optimum weight distribution. Starting at an MSRP of $129,900 plus $925 destination/delivery charge, the AMG GT S features a long list of standard features. Included are  Nappa Leat...
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‘15 DODGE CHARGER HEMI R/T: FAMILY MUSCLECAR!

 Dan Scanlan checks out Dodge’s alternative to four-door boredom. This is not the Hellcat, with its supercharged 707-horsepower/6.2-liter HEMI V-8. But if you can’t have the uber-Dodge Charger, then our ‘15 R/T with a 370-horsepower 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 is pretty nice until the extra 337 horses come along. So, does the R/T offer enough fun? The most iconic original Chargers came to market from 1966-1970. The last one was a front-wheel-drive compact hatchback before it died in 1987. Then ...
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GMC MOTORHOME: ONE FOR THE ROAD!

Jim Koscs has been digging into the history of the unique 1973-‘78 GMC MotorHome. Among those still on the road are some customized for Coca-Cola. When car enthusiasts think of General Motors circa early 1970s, they likely first recall a fading muscle car presence. The Pontiac Trans-Am SD-455 was certainly a bright spot for 1973, but that same year, GM offered an even more remarkable showcase of its engineering prowess and creativity: the GMC MotorHome. A revelation in the RV industry, wher...
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