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Skylines Wanted

Firstly id like to say what an amazing website you guys have put together, it provided me and all readers with hours of interest filled articles and startling discoveries from your tests.

Now i understand that you guys are always doing something, and busy with the current material you have, but i was wondering on the FEATURE CARS you have so many skylines why don't you have the V35/350GT Skyline? it is in a level of its own totally different to the R series that you guys usually cover. I think it would generate a HUGE interest in the growing V35 community of Australia and for the fellow drivers in the USA (Infiniti G35).

As an owner of the coupe version myself, an article on it would make me and the guys at Skylines Australia (v35 section) so great full.

Thanks so much, keep up the good work!

Tai
Australia

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As a mechanical engineering student, I have found a healthy majority of the Autospeed articles extremely informative and well-presented resource on all things automotive. I especially enjoy Julian's practical, hands-on approach to car modification. The traffic laws in Qatar do not encourage people to tinker extensively with their engines (blowing naturally-aspirated vehicles is illegal), so auto enthusiasts like myself appreciate the wealth of well-founded and easy-to-understand articles regarding vehicle modification. All articles do a great job of sifting fact from fiction through a good balance of real-world examples and engineering principles. It seems that the 'Feature Cars' section could do with a fresh batch of vehicles, although I can understand the difficulties in finding a new vehicle that is genuinely different from others... Please keep up the good work... this website is already a valuable resource to so many car enthusiasts around the world. It is kind of difficult to get in touch with regards to individual articles... perhaps a 'Comment' section could remedy this feedback-related issue.

Zaid Khan
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Argentina

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