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Fast & Furious 1970 Dodge Charger RT

Fast & Furious 1970 Dodge Charger RT

Sure, they aren't great movies, but one thing that is great about the Fast & Furious series is the cars. Now you can own Dominic Toretto's dream ride by picking up the tab on this Fast & Furious 1970 Dodge Charger RT ($130,000). Unfortunately, this one doesn't hold the mythical, blown 528-cubic-inch Hemi V8, but its black satin body, automatic transmission, gray interior, and 350 Chevy V8 did make it to the silver screen, so at least that's something. [Thanks, Eric]

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    There's no way around it: the 2011 Bentley Continental GT ($TBA) has one tough act to follow. The first redesign of Bentley's most accessible ride since its 2003 introduction, the 2011 GT is powered by a twin-turbocharged, FlexFuel-capable W12 good for 567hp, a 0-60 time of 4.4 seconds, and a top speed of 198 mph, both also partially due to the new Quickshift transmission that also offers double downshifts. Other features include a new body with more upright grille and a "double horseshoe" rear profile, LED daytime-running lights, "cobra" seats designed for increased rear cabin space, a new Google Maps-capable touchscreen infotainment system, 20-inch wheels, and an all-wheel drive system with a 40:60 rear-torque bias. No word on whether they'll be offering a special "Stallworth" edition with a pedestrian pre-attached to the hood.

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