It's podcast time, and at 7:30 PM Eastern tonight, you can join us for the latest episode of Rambling About Cars. This week, we have an eclectic mix of topics like the new Subaru Forester, a Ford GT40 road car coming up for auction, and another exploded engine.

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Gallery: 2025 Subaru Forester

We'll kick off the show by checking out the new 2025 Subaru Forester. Power continues to come from a naturally aspirated 2.5-liter four-cylinder making 180 horsepower and 178 pound-feet of torque. There are a few small changes to the exterior, while the cabin takes a lot of cues from the latest Outback, including the vertically oriented infotainment screen.

There's also a Ford GT40 road car coming up for auction. It's one of 30 street-legal Mark 1 cars. This one is especially fascinating because it has a restoration from the Porsche tuner RUF.

We have another blown-up engine this week. This time, it's a Ford EcoBoost V6 with a piston that turned itself into a grenade. 

General Motors won't have commercials during this year's Super Bowl. The decision comes as a surprise because of the automaker's prominent place during the major sporting event in recent times. It premiered EV-focused ads during the game for the past several years.

We'll end the show with a cheap car challenge. We have $3,000 to spend on the most interesting vehicle fitting at least five people that can go on a 500-mile round trip for Thanksgiving. Feel free to look around and contribute your picks in the chat.

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