Month: May 2020

LS3-Powered 1962 Chevy Corvette Convertible Restomod Is Both Beauty And Beast

With only 100 miles clocked since restoration, this bright beauty is ready to take home all the top honors.

With the Corvette being around for almost a decade, the model had already paved a name for itself as a highly desired sports car. With stunning good looks and plenty of power on tap from the factory, the ’62 Corvette was a highly desired first-generation model. This fine example has plenty more to offer than your regular factory model. A beauty to behold, this fully restored 1962 Chevrolet Corvette convertible is also beastly with its modern powerplant and state-of-the-art chassis.

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How to Choose, Grow, and Decorate Indoor Plants in Your Home

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There is nothing like a shelter-in-place edict to really make someone take stock of their home and perhaps consider investing in a few indoor plants. To find inspiration beyond the average windowsill arrangement, we reached out to plant stylist and interior designer Hilton Carter, author of Wild Interiors, and asked him how to create an indoor oasis that’s Instagram-worthy.

For the record, his home contains over 300 plants, so he knows whereof he speaks.


Understand the Light

“Do the research to see what type of light you have coming into your home. For example,

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Hyundai Palisade Gets Posh Calligraphy, VIP Trims In Korea

Just when we thought this three-row couldn’t get any better.

The Hyundai Palisade and its Kia Telluride cousin are two of the best three-row crossovers money can buy. Both look good, drive well, and have cabins so premium-feeling that you might mistake them for luxury vehicles. But now, in Hyundai‘s home market of Korea, the already-nice Palisade gets even more opulent courtesy of two new trims: Calligraphy and VIP.

Both the Hyundai Palisade Calligraphy and VIP models get a smattering of new visual cues designed the make the crossover look more upscale. Triangular grille inserts, a full-width chrome skid

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Saudi Ramadan TV dramas spark debate about ties with Israel

The Saudi man cannot believe his ears.

“You told him that the Israelis are right and that you want to do business with them?” he asks in response to the suggestion that perhaps, after years of open animosity, Israel isn’t the enemy Saudi Arabia once believed them to be.

“The enemy is the one who doesn’t appreciate you standing by him, who curses you day and night — more than the Israelis,” his father-in-law retorts, referring to the Palestinians.

The scene is from the Ramadan TV drama “Exit 7” broadcast by the Saudi-controlled MBC Group. The program, along with another

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