1988 Lincoln Town Car Convertible.. if it’s worth doing it’s worth overdoing

1988-Lincoln-Town-Car-ConvertibleI’m pretty open to a lot of things in the automotive world and very rarely, if ever, would I suggest 28 inch wheels to improve the look of a car.. but I think this is one of those cases.  Actually, this is the first time that thought has ever popped into my head but with as outlandish as this car looks I would highly recommend it.  When you are 2/3s of the way towards going big why bother going home? Continue reading

Expanding Horizons

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Along with viewing us on youtube, and twitter, you can now like us on facebook. Keep up to date on everything we do here at Generation: High Output all in one place, while still being able to enjoy the pictures and words from grandma and that guy from work you don’t like.

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Video: Never Before Seen 1984 Corvette Commercial

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Anyone who has seen the absolutely ridiculous “Never Before Seen” C4 Corvette will probably enjoy this video. (If you haven’t seen the original, here is a link to it.)

And for the record, I love (most) C4 Corvettes (although not the ’84) and this was made entirely just for fun and not intended to offend anybody, unless you were directly responsible for the travesty that was Cross-Fire Injection, in which case, we made this video just for you:

Floor It From A Stop – Introduction

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We are bringing another section to Generation: High Output. It’s called “Floor It From a Stop” and it’s going to be a video series. Basically, we are going to just shoot a video of us flooring it from a stop in every car we can get our hands on (whether it’s fast or not), just to document what it can do. The first car in the series is my Mark VII.

The video explains it in more detail:

http://youtu.be/eLczj48AfoA

In other site news, don’t forget to head over to the gallery once in a while, there’s always new stuff to check out. And keep an eye on our YouTube channel as well. I uploaded a pretty sweet video of a very mean sounding Shelby GT500 getting a little crazy leaving the Cars and Coffee show yesterday. In case you missed it, here it is: