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Most of today’s racing fans are too young to remember the days when moonshiners souped up their Chevys and Fords to outrun the cops, their hot pursuits on the back roads giving birth to Nascar in 1948. But there is one thing that fans miss about the old days: Those Chevys and Fords actually looked like Chevys and Fords. In a standardization process culminating in 2007’s “Car of Tomorrow,” Nascar’s cars had evolved to all look the same.