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Old 06-20-2010, 03:07 AM   #1
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alright, I'm waiting for my vicadin to kick in. It'* almost 2am.

For those of you who don't know what jalopnik is, it'* a general automotive news site. But for real car people. I'm not talking car and driver either. Interesting reads on cars you forgot about, and the infamous "great price or crack pipe" used car ads. I don't consider it a biased site, not when the have coverage of the 24 hours of lemons...

But anyway here are some topics I'd thought I would share compressed into one, I don't worry about my post count.

This is a real Hypermiler, safety goes out the window for gas mileage

hyundai vs porsche, now mini?

really, you whupped a viper with your sti?

Enjoy the reading, and please share any other topics you find interesting. And happy fathers day to the papas out there.

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