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Fiat tipo 1992 $600 Jeep Grand Cherokee 1995 $4,500 Toyota Corolla 2005 $10,700 Jeep CJ5 1974 $14,000
Nissan Sentra 2004 $6,600 Suzuki Grand Vitara 2001 $9,500 Toyota Corolla 1994 $4,000 Hyundai Grace 1994 $5,550
Mitsubishi Montero Sport 1998 $7,000 Ford Edge 2010 $25,300 Toyota hilux 1974 $1,600 Nissan Sentra 1987 $2,200
Nissan Platina 2006 $8,100 Geo Metro 1997 $2,935 Isuzu Tropper 1999 $5,500 Nissan sedan 1997 $39,000,000

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Regan Smith to again replace Busch for Stewart-Haas Racing (The Associated Press)

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Regan Smith will again replace Kurt Busch this weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. read more...

Comcast to sponsor Carl Edwards in 4 races this season (The Associated Press)

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Kurt Busch to follow guidelines toward NASCAR reinstatement (The Associated Press)

In this Sunday, Feb. 15, 2015, photo, Kurt Busch stands on pit road prior to qualifying for the Daytona 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup series auto race at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla. NASCAR suspended Busch indefinitely on Friday, Feb. 20, after a judge said the former champion almost surely strangled and beat an ex-girlfriend last fall and there was a Kurt Busch has agreed to follow NASCAR's recommended guidelines to be eligible for eventual reinstatement. The 2004 champion was indefinitely suspended Feb. 20 after a Delaware judge said he believed Busch likely committed an act of domestic violence against a former girlfriend and there was a ''substantial likelihood'' of him doing it again. Busch lost two rounds of appeals for reinstatement before the season-opening Daytona 500 and has missed the first two races of the season. Regan Smith has replaced him in the No. 41 Chevrolet.
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Johnson shows he's still the man to beat with Atlanta win (The Associated Press)

NASCAR fan Rhonda Haffly, of North Augusta, Ga., tries to stay dry as she waits for the Sprint Cup series auto race to begin at Atlanta Motor Speedway Sunday, March 1, 2015, in Hampton, Ga. (AP Photo/ John Amis )One by one, Jimmie Johnson picked off all the drivers ahead of him. The six-time NASCAR Sprint Cup is already taking aim at No. 7. With a performance that all but locked up his spot in the championship Chase, Johnson didn't even wait for the calendar to flip to spring to show that he'll be awfully tough to beat. After starting near the back of the field because he didn't get a chance to qualify, Johnson pulled away after the final restart with 13 laps remaining to win Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
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Jimmie Johnson pulls away for another Atlanta Sprint Cup win (The Associated Press)

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Crafton romps to dominating NASCAR Trucks win in Atlanta (The Associated Press)

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Jeff Gordon takes a final spin at track that meant so much (The Associated Press)

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