NASCAR Class of 2013

Sprint Cup gets a new look.

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    NASCAR is throwing out its one-size-fits all rules for 2013 and giving automakers a little more leeway over how their cars look, hoping to put more "stock" into the stock car series. Here's what the four contenders for the cup have in store.
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    The new Dodge Charger is an almost carbon copy of the street car - except for the two-doors - with a bold, upright grille, bulging front fenders and deep retro side scallops.
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    Ford is sticking with the name of the front-wheel-drive Fusion for 2013, but its an all-new car with a sleek, almost Aston Martin look. This Wood Brothers Racing version is painted in a retro Motorcraft livery that hearkens back to NASCAR's 1970's heyday.
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    The Toyota Camry returns next year, but based on the latest version of America's best-selling car, with a slightly edgier look than the jellybean of old.
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    The Chevrolet SS remains a bit of a mystery, and will be revealed in full later this year in conjunction with an all-new rear-wheel-drive sports sedan for Chevy's dealers to sell on Monday.
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