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Guaranteed Credit Autos : News
DRIVE AWAY 2DAY believes in giving people second chances. Bad credit, no credit, repossessions or bankruptcies? We understand life can be challenging and hardships can fall on anyone. We can help you get you approved with one of our many Guaranteed Credit Approval programs. Our easy to follow 3-step process will get the ball rolling on securing the dependable vehicle that you need and WANT. Based on the terms and financial limits you set, you can be driving home 2Day in the car of your dreams.

DRIVE AWAY 2DAY understands that purchasing a vehicle in these tough credit markets can be discouraging and time consuming. That’s why we take the grunt work out of it for you. Our qualified team of vehicle professionals will take your information and develop a deal that is right for you, regardless of past credit decisions. We believe everyone has the right to drive a car they are proud of. With over 30 years of experience in automotive purchasing, we feel we are more than competent to put a deal together that is right for you.

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7 in 1 Emergency Auto Tool : Accessories
7 in 1 Emergency Auto Tool : Accessories

The 7 in 1 Emergency Auto Tool puts 7 lifesaving tools in the palm of your hand. No matter how safely you drive, accidents happen. The people who prepare for them are more likely to survive them.

This compact multi function emergency tool is small enough to fit on your keychain, yet contains 7 essential tools you could need if you're in an accident. It features an automatic glass breaker and another crucial emergency preparedness tool: the stainless steel safety blade seat belt cutter. Add a sonic alarm, red emergency flasher, LED flashlight, thermometer and digital tire gauge and you'll want to equip every driver in your family with the 7 in 1 Emergency Auto Tool.

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2025 LaFerrari To Be Hybrid : News
2025 LaFerrari To Be Hybrid : News

The LaFerrari hybrid supercar has barely hit the streets but Ferrari already has plans to replace it with a new model in 2025. Italian designer Adriano Raeli has created a concept he thinks would be perfect follow-up to the LaFerrari. He calls his creation the F80, and it is a stunning piece of work.

Raeli envisions his creation with a hybrid power train featuring a 900 horsepower twin-turbo V8 engine similar to the one Ferrari will use in the replacement to the 458 Italia. Coupled with a 300 horsepower electric motor, the LaFerrari successor would be capable of sprinting to 60 mph in just 2.2 seconds and have a top speed of 310 mph thanks to aerodynamic body work inspired by the Boeing NGAD fighter jet concept

The body features staggered seating to keep the passenger compartment as narrow as possible for aerodynamic efficiency. It also allows a clear view of the car’s Formula One style suspension components.

Raeli, a recent graduate of the Transportation Design course at Art Center College, says “The F80 Concept aims to bring the most authentic F1 experience and performance to the road without compromising the brand’s class and elegance of form. The vehicle is designed with Formula 1 architecture in mind with a blend of Ferrari’s Le Mans heritage.”

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2015 Ford Endeavour : Concept Cars
2015 Ford Endeavour : Concept Cars

The next Ford Endeavour is still a long way. Not until 2015 will we get to the see the actual production version of the new Ford Endeavour SUV in action. As you know, this Ford SUV is also sold in Australia and its the Australian media who have got us the first conceptual images of the next generation Ford Endeavour.

Down under, its called the Everest and shares its platform with the Ranger pick-up. The concept revealed here does shed some light on what we could expect in the future. The next Ford Endeavour could continue its present design language. The big-burly off-roader is what most of us know of it and that’s also the USP of the vehicle.

Hence, Ford seems to have stuck with the boxy looks with a high-riding body with minute changes like the reshaped front grille and headlamps, tail lamps that add more width to the rear and flared haunches reminiscent of the old model. Under the hood, it should be business as usual with a 3.0 litre TDCI diesel unit and an automatic gearbox with low-ratio being the most ideal combination.

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1958 Packard Hawk : Classic Cars
1958 Packard Hawk : Classic Cars

There have always been cars that were questionable when they were introduced. This is not a recent phenomena, with examples that reach back to the dawn of the automotive age. There were a number of questionable 50s era cars that went on to some sales success. However, even I will admit that there were some very unorthodox cars that were built during this time period that question the sanity of the company producing them, including the Hudson Italia, The Kaiser Darrin, the Nash Metropolitan, even the early Chevrolet Corvette with a 6-cylinder and a Powerglide. Desperate times calls for desperate measures, and the faltering Studebaker/Packard corporation was creating cars from virtually nothing in the hopes of staying afloat, and our featured car is one of the last attempts at keeping Packard alive. Introducing the 1958 Packard Hawk Coupe.

It was a time of turmoil within the US automotive industry, with GM, Ford, and Chrysler going an ever increasing market share while putting the independent automakers under ever increasing stress. Nash, Hudson, Packard and Studebaker were all vulnerable, and there was a plan in the works to combine all four into another General Motors, but it never materialized. Nash completed its merger with Hudson, while Studebaker and Packard agreed to merge with each other, and that was as far as it went. Nash just stopped building any of the Hudson models after 1954, but it wasn’t quite out of the woods until the recession of 1958 when the country was looking for economy cars, and the newly formed American Motors offered just what they were looking for.

On the other hand, Studebaker left Packard a legacy of inefficiency, high break-even levels of production, and would have gone under if it wasn’t for the merger. Packard had a very strong financial standing, even if it wasn’t at the forefront of the luxury car market like it once was. Studebaker was like a parasite, bleeding the once vibrant Packard until it was left with nothing. Oh there were flashes of brilliance, like the Caribbean Convertible of 1953, and the new 1955 Senior Packards with their new V-8 and reworked body styles. But by 1957, the once proud Packard was nothing but a more upscale Studebaker. With Packard’s Detroit Assembly Plant abandoned, the the Packardbakers were assembled in South Bend Indiana right alongside other Studebakers.

In one last desperate attempt to move more upscale vehicles, the Packard Hawk was introduced for the 1958 Model Year. This was nothing more than a Studebaker Golden Hawk 400 from 1957, with a fiberglass front end, and a modified rear deck. Instead of the Studebaker Hawk’s upright Mercedes-style grille, the Packard Hawk had a low opening just above the front bumper and covering the whole width of the car. A smooth sloping nose and hood with a bulge accommodated the engine’s McCulloch supercharger that gave the Studebaker 289CID V-8 a total of 275HP. At the rear, the sides of the fins were coated in metallized PET film, giving them a shiny metallic gold appearance. A fake spare-tire bulge adorned the 1953 style Studebaker deck lid.

The interior was full leather, with a full instrumentation in an engine-turned dash. Padded armrests were mounted outside the windows, an unusual touch. The styling was definitely controversial, often described as ‘vacuum-cleaner’ or ‘catfish’ by detractors. Only 588 were sold, with Packard’s impending demise a likely contributing factor. Most were equipped with the Borg-Warner three-speed automatic transmission. Approximately 28 were produced with the B-W T85 3-speed w/overdrive manual transmission. Studebaker-Packard was the first manufacturer to popularize the limited-slip differential, which they termed Twin-Traction and most Packard Hawks came with TT.

The car had a retail price of $3,995 for 1958, which is equivalent to almost $31,000 today. Power Window Lifts and Electric Seat Adjustment were some of the options available to the Packard Hawk, but not Air Conditioning, because of the Supercharged Engine. So, what was Packard Thinking with the Packard Hawk? Pure desperation, in the hopes that a more luxurious Hawk would be the ticket to keep the Packard name alive. At least that’s my take on “What Were They Thinking”. What’s your take?

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2015 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 : Current Models
2015 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 : Current Models

Over the last 50 years, the GM, Ford, and Chrysler muscle car wars have had their ebbs and flows. But with the Challenger’s rebirth for 2008, the Camaro for 2010, and an all-new Mustang dawning, the battle is at a fever pitch. All parties are lobbing ever more potent missiles across the border with increasing regularity. And one of the latest, the Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, has GM shooting for the stars.

When the original Z/28 performance package became available for the 1967 Chevrolet Camaro, few people had interest in turning their Camaros into track ready pieces, unless they had SCCA racing on their agenda. Thus, those originals are extremely rare and desirable.

Well times have changed, but no less desirable will be this all-new 2015 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. In similar fashion, most of today’s buyers will probably not have racing or even track time in mind, but people are much savvier today about what it means to own the most track-capable Camaro ever.

We could fill our test with all of the updates that it has received; but bottom line, if it’ll help it get around the track faster, it’s been addressed. Still, here’s a partial rundown… total revamping of suspension, carbon ceramic brakes from Brembo added, aero elements optimized, and additional downforce obtained.

And along with those additions, some civilized interior features have been eliminated to shave weight. The back seat is lighter by 9-pounds with the removal of the pass through and using different seat foam.

Sound deadening has been removed throughout the car, as has the carpeting in the trunk; where the tire inflator kit has also been eliminated, and a smaller battery installed. Getting rid of air conditioning and all but one radio speaker completes the interior’s diet.

In addition, there are no HID headlights or fog lights and the back glass is thinner. Still, even with those extreme measures, the Z/28 is only 55-pounds lighter than an SS 1LE. But, it’s 300-pounds less than the big boy Camaro ZL1.

Need more? How about 305-series rubber. Oh, that’s up front, as well as in back, on 19-inch wheels, making for a contact patch about as big as you can get on the street.

Pumping the power, is GM’s naturally aspirated 7.0-liter LS7 V8 with 505-horsepower and 481 lb-ft. of torque, and you have no problems hearing it outside and inside. The LS7 sends that power through a Tremec TR6060 6-Speed manual, and spent gasses through an active 2-mode exhaust with high-flow converter.

With all of that in mind, we put in some hot lap research time at GingerMan Raceway in Western Michigan to qualify the results. Which are grip, grip, and more grip.

In corners both tight and sweeping, it was easy to find the car’s limits, feeling very much race car-like. But, even though you can clearly sense them, it can also be easy to go past them. The chassis however, is almost telepathic on when those transitions will take place, so things are easy to control, and the damping seems spot on.

On the hardware side, there’s a Torsen limited slip differential and Dynamic Suspensions Spool Valve dampers; along with stiffer springs and bushings. As for the software, GM’s Performance Traction Management delegates power delivery and electronic assistance; and with 5-levels to choose from, much like many companies, there’s more levels of management than most people need.

When working the trans both into corners and down the straight, the shifter feels beefy and gears are easily selected at speed. Not much to say about the brakes other than that they are simply phenomenal.

Believe us when we say that if you’ve ever thought of turning your Camaro into a track car, there’s no way you could do it this well or this cheaply by yourself.

Now, if you’re thinking of buying the Z/28 just to look cooler and improve your poseur quotient, you’ll probably be disappointed as additions, though many are pretty subtle.

While it’s not new, the front fascia is altered thanks to the blocked off openings, hollowed out bow tie, and front splitter. There are understated aero treatments down the sides and around wheel openings, and finally a whicker bill added to the rear spoiler.

Pricing is nice and simple, $75,000 take it or leave it, though there is 1 option package available that adds the air conditioning back in as well as 5-more speakers for the radio.

Shaving weight and increasing performance is always a good play for the track, so it’s a no-brainer that the 2015 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is a serious contender. It not only does the fabled Z/28 name justice, but it’s a much better car than the big boy ZL1; much like the friendlier Mustang BOSS 302 is more appealing to us than the Shelby GT500. When it comes to Camaros… there’s none better than a Z/28.

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Sources : 2015 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Photo | 2015 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Article