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Definition of a Sports Car
A simple definition of a sports car is "a small low car with a high-powered engine, and generally seats two people". This is more or less a "textbook" definition but gives us an idea of what the public perceives to be a sports car.

How To Buy A Sports Car
Don't enter the buying process without a solid understand of exactly what you are after and how much you should expect to pay. Sports cars can be expensive investments and it is not advisable to handle the buying process impulsively.

Why You Should Purchase a Sports Car
In a car culture dominated by SUV's, family sedans and economy cars, sports cars stand out in the crowd. There are a variety of selling points for all types of automobiles, but sports cars are uniquely attractive for at least five reasons.

How To Protect Against Sports Car Theft
Sports cars are coveted items and it is not surprising thieves too often target these valuable vehicles. There is a steady market for professional car thieves willing to steal sports cars. Meanwhile, joy riders and other potential car thieves seem uniquely attracted to a beautiful sports car. There is, of course, no way to guarantee you will not be victimized by a car thief, but there are measures you can take to reduce the risk of having your sports car stolen. These five tips, if followed, should significantly decrease the likelihood of car theft.

Hybrid Sports Cars Coming Soon
When one thinks of hybrid automobiles, the image of subcompact economy cars--high on gas mileage and low on top-end performance--undoubtedly comes to mind. However, with gas prices consistently increasing over time, occasionally in sudden spikes, and environmental awareness growing in all quarters, there is a movement afoot to bring hybrid technology into the realm of high-performance sports cars.

Ask the Experts About Car Care Issues
There may be questions about insurance coverage, automobile protection, driving techniques, repair processes, maintenance requirements and a host of other issues. With so many concerns, some sports car owners may feel overwhelmed by it all.

How the Corvette Changed the Sports Car Industry Forever
Harley Earl was an automobile design expert at Chevrolet who noticed the influx of small European sports cars into the United States after World War II. He knew there was a market for a two-seat roadster and convinced Chevrolet to introduce their own version: The Chevrolet Corvette.

Why You Should Cover Up Your Sports Car
Many sports car owners do not drive their special vehicle on a daily basis and some who do drive their sports car regularly lack an indoor garage. With protecting the beauty and investment value of a sports car being a natural priority, it is essential for sports car enthusiasts to understand car covers.

Five Unforgettable Sports Cars From Movies
Actors always get their names in the credits, but cars rarely do. Nonetheless, there have been many films that featured scene-stealing sports cars that probably deserved to have their make and model mentioned as the movie ended. Though there are undoubtedly countless examples of great movie sports cars, at least five truly stand out.

Should Your Next Sports Car Be A Convertible?
For many of us, the very thought of a sports car conjures up a convertible top vehicle. We might think of a sports car as our opportunity to drive in perfect weather, top down, feeling a part of nature and closer to the driving experience.

Three Factors In Choosing A Body Shop For Your Sports Car
Even though you baby your sports car and take great pains to care for it perfectly, accidents do occasionally happen. When they do, the sports car owner must decide where to take their vehicle for body repair.

Owning A Sports Car As A Hobby
There are those who decry sports car ownership as poor decision-making. They maintain the limitations in functionality, high maintenance and insurance costs, and other factors make owning a sports car a poor move. They don't understand the value of purchasing a sports car and will espouse the numerous virtues of more "reasonable" choices.

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