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The Aston Martin Vantage V12 could be the ultimate GT hot rod. The Vantage GT4 is a racecar for gentlemen drivers. Which one would you rather drive? With Travis Okulski, Deputy Editor, Jalopnik.com.
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Jalopnik's Raphael Orlove presents the discussion following Easier Said Than Done at the Jalopnik Film Festival. Panel participants include Matt Johnson, Director, Ken Block, Brian Scotto, and Bill Caswell.
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In the late 1980s, the Buick Grand National introduced many American muscle-car fans to the joys of turbocharging. Filmmaker Andrew Filippone Jr. captured the car's dichotomy -- a mundane sedan that performs like a supercar -- as a metaphor in his film "Black Air." Jalopnik's Patrick George presents the discussion following a screening at the Jalopnik Film Festival. Panel participants include Andrew Filippone Jr., Director, and journalists Matt Farah and Alex Nunez.
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Jalopnik's Matt Hardigree presents the opening night kickoff discussion at the Jalopnik Film Festival. Panel participants include Kazunori Yamauchi, James Glickenhaus,Tamir Moscovici, and Ken Block.
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Jalopnik's Travis Okulski presents the discussion following Senna at the Jalopnik Film Festival. Panel participants include Asif Kapadia, Director, and racers Greg Tracy and Robb Holland.
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Jalopnik's Travis Okulski in a Viper, and co-host of BBC America's "Gizmodo: The Gadget Testers" Joel Johnson in a Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT square off with Hennessey's Potato Gun to see who is the fastest down the track. More here: http://jalopnik.com/5975723
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A French sports car with just enough seats for a driver's wife and mistress. A proto-SUV with a plywood roof. The ugliest convertible in the world. You've already met Myron Vernis on Jalopnik on DRIVE, now see his oddball cars that didn't make the first cut.
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Paralyzed in a motorcycle accident, 20-year-old racer Michael Johnson dreams of racing in the Indy 500. Find out how he's overcome his injury to compete in open-wheel racing on the "Road to Indy."
Interview by Leo Parente (Host of SHAKEDOWN)
The Mayor of Bad News
Can't make it to the LA Auto Show? Wish you were there during the press days when everything happens? Welcome to the future. We're bringing you the show live into your computer using the power of Google Hangouts and YouTube.
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Meet Junkman: the Jalopnik commenter whose extraordinary affection for off-beat and oddball vehicles led him to assemble the most Jalopnik car collection in the world. At least *we* think it is.
"Time and Time Again" by Ryan Spendlove. You can get it here:
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Alan Wilzig, a New York banking scion, built the largest racetrack zoned for private recreational use in the U.S. at his farm in Columbia County, NY. Take a tour of the circuit at Wilzig Racing Manor, featuring nine turns that thread through more than 80 feet of elevation changes, including a 20-percent banked curve. Also on site is a clubhouse and museum for Wilzig's car and bike collection and race shop for his IMSA racecar and racing karts.
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Back in 1978, a 1974 Dino 246 GTS was found buried in a yard in Los Angeles. With the help of the Dino's current owner and one of the investigators on the case, who fed us some previously-unreported details, we wrapped it all up into a mini-documentary for this week's Jalopnik on Drive. It's the real, real story about the buried Dino.
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How does a NYC car club with 300+ members keep its fleet of quirky classics alive on the mean streets? By following a few simple rules -- and always being ready for a heroic rescue. It's the premiere of Jalopnik on Drive with Michael Prichinello and Zac Moseley from Classic Car Club Manhattan.
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Top Gear America co-host Rutledge Wood stops by the Jalopnik TV set to talk about his weird car collection, his love of Saved by the Bell, and how he's not a cake-eating hipster. Hosted by Ray Wert, editor-in-chief of Jalopnik.