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PASMAG 2016 Ford Mustang GT Black Package 03

While PASMAG #143 (June/July 2017) this issue has focused on some ultra-high-performance exotics that few of us will ever be able to afford, I thought it would be a good time to point out some really great deals that exist for the everyday enthusiast on a more down-to-earth budget. Here are my top five picks in no particular order, from all across the spectrum, and available with a vast catalogue of aftermarket options.



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Bag It Up: Airbagged Trailers

Written by Micky Slinger / Photography courtesy of Airbagged TrailersEEEEEEEEEEEkkkkkkkkkch. It’s not a nice sound. Scrapes, scratches, broken bodywork – it’s a hefty price we have to pay for the beauty of a low, static ride. It’s even more painful…
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Scion Supremacy: Scion FR-S Tuner Challenge

Scion, a division of Toyota exclusive to North America, launched its flagship offering, the FR-S, for the 2013 model year. The investment required to develop a new front-engine, rear-wheel drive platform is significant, so Toyota teamed with Subaru to not…
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Sony Scion Project: Big Brake Upgrade

The Project Scion tC has moved through many stages of development – power, entertainment and style to name just a few. It’s now time to address an area that is truly functional and can make or (literally) break the success…
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Masato Kawabata (Part 2): Mechanical Engineer Shingo Nakagami

With the interview with Kawabata-san finished, it was time to spend a few questions with Shingo Nakagami, one of the people behind the mechanical aspects of the fire-breathing D1 GT-R beast. Last year, you launched the Trust Toyo Tires R35…
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A Glimpse at Calty Design Research: We Peek Inside the Studios That Gave Birth to the New tC

For those not familiar with Calty Design Research, the 85,000-square-foot facility in Newport Beach, California is the equivalent of Mr. Wonka’s chocolate factory if you’re the type that inspects and memorizes the body lines of a car like a smut…
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