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BloodSimple
Born out of destruction, Rick Fontan's 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse shines as a testament to his dedication to the scene.
Eddie Habeck III
Posted on Feb 8, 2006

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Vegas Bound
November 1st marked not only my first trip to the SEMA show in Las Vegas, but also my first trip to Vegas, period.
Jacqueline Bates
Posted on Feb 8, 2006

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First Look - 2006 International CES
It’s the beginning of a new year. That means parties, broken resolutions, and, of course, The Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Here are some of the things that we’re looking forward to checking out at the show.
Jacqueline Bates
Posted on Feb 8, 2006

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Building on a Budget
An insight into effective system design.
Todd Ramsey, Senior Consultant, The Ramsey Consulting Group, Inc.
Posted on Jan 3, 2006

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Sound Design
Wayne McKenzie Gets Back To Sound Basics With His Competition-Level 2000 Honda Civic SI.
Eddie Habeck III
Posted on Jan 3, 2006

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When Worlds Collide
With the 2005 Unified World Finals, USACI and IASCA formed a unified front to keep the spirit of 12-volt competition alive.
Rob Hephner
Posted on Jan 3, 2006

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Daily Demolition
An inside look at Rich Lupo’s demo-worthy daily driver - a 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac that’s all about show and go.
Michael Sanchez
Posted on Jan 3, 2006

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To Infiniti And Beyond
Veteran competitor Phil Petracca has returned to the competition scene with an Infiniti G35 that’s already making car sound history.
Mike Sanchez / Photos by Rob Hephner
Posted on Dec 1, 2004

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Shut Up And Drive
Get behind the wheel of 2003 Champ Car World Series champion Paul Tracy’s 2003 Hummer H2.
Mike Sanchez / Photos by Rob Hephner
Posted on Sep 16, 2004

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Anatomy Of An SQ Champion
CAR SOUND & PERFORMANCE dissects Ronald K Buffington’s 1995 BMW 318ti.
Ari Rubin/Photos by Rob Hephner
Posted on Sep 16, 2004

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CEA PREDICTS SALES OF IN-VEHICLE ELECTRONICS WILL GROW TO $12.8 BILLION
Sales of in-vehicle consumer electronics (CE) will grow at a rate of 13 percent in 2008 to more than $12.8 billion, according to a recent study released by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA).

West Coast Hot-Rod Legend Boyd Coddington dies
The Associated Press is reporting that car-building legend Boyd Coddington, whose cable TV reality show "American Hot Rod" introduced the nation to the West Coast hot rod guru, has died. He was 63.

DuPont Helps Auto OEMs Achieve Reduced Emissions
In a breakthrough for structural automotive components, DuPont announced that its reinforced DuPont&#8482; Zytel&#174; nylon resin has replaced steel in exhaust system parts on all Volkswagen vehicles built on the current Golf platform, cutting weight of the component by nearly 50 percent.

VALUE, PERFORMANCE DRIVE SONY'S LATEST NAV-U NAVIGATION DEVICES
For drivers geared toward value, Sony Electronics is announcing that its new nav-u&#8482; personal navigation devices (models NV-U73T and NV-U83T) are now available at retail and online stores for about $300 and $400, respectively.

PIONEER&#8217;S SECOND ANNUAL SOUND BUILD-OFF COMPETITION COMMENCES
Following a successful event last spring in Tucson, Arizona, Pioneer Electronics (USA) Inc. has announced the second annual Pioneer Sound Build-Off. Twenty-two of Pioneer&#8217;s Premier nationwide retailers, including the top five that participated in last year&#8217;s event as well as the People&#8217;s Choice winner, are being challenged to build the best sounding demo vehicle using select Premier-branded audio equipment.

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