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Working Engine With Crystal Clear Head Shows Combustion Process In Real Time

After seeing an amateur video with a clear engine head, the guys at Warped Perception wanted to kick things up a notch with some amazing 4K video footage. Using a custom crafted glass head on a Briggs and Stratton engine they show the combustion process like never before. Using gasoline and alcohol, they run the combustion process under varied conditions from rich to lean. See what’s going on under the head in this badass video! Source

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Barn Finds 

This Abandoned Lot Is A Time Capsule For Regular Cars

By Alex Hevesy Jalopnik Every neighborhood has a story of some abandoned lot somewhere full of late 60’s to early 70’s American muscle cars, just waiting to be discovered, or they’ve heard of a warehouse stocked with Italian sports cars ready to be restored. That’s not really the case with my neighborhood’s abandoned lot. Its inventory is much humbler but I believe it’s equally as interesting. The “collection” is as follows: Ninth gen Ford F-150 XLT First gen Ford Windstar GL First gen Honda Odyssey LX Sixth gen Honda Civic LX…

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Watch These Virtual Cars Hit 100 Speed Bumps At 100 Miles Per Hour

Сomputer simulations are amazing tools. You can use them to test new car designs without building a physical model. Police officers can practice high-performance driving in a much more accessible environment than a race track. And then there are the most important questions that only virtual reality can feasibly answer. For example, what would happen if you drove over 100 speed bumps at more than 100 miles per hour? Such a simulation may not help save the world, but it does provide a highly-entertaining demonstration of numerous designs pushed well beyond their physical tolerances. DestructionNation used…

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This Mystery Soviet Amphibious Vehicle Is Like The Colossal War-Isetta Of Your Dreams

The design makes use of parts from the GAZ-M20 ‘Pobeda’ A user of Russian social network VK has discovered an eight-wheel Amphibious All-Terrain Vehicle (AATV), created in the 1950s by the Design Bureau of the Chelyabinsk tractor hydraulics plant, Russia media reported. Ivan Ivanov Weighing in at 600kg, the AATV has compact dimensions (with a length of 4530mm, a width of 1900mm and a height of 1490mm), an aluminum chassis and all-wheel drive. Ivan Ivanov As Auto Mail.ru explains the origin, As Ivan Ivanov suggests, the new owner of the “Chelyabinsk krakozyabr”, this…

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2-3 MILE TRUCKS FOUND IN A FIELD BRAND NEW

After forty years of sitting idle, this Chevrolet dealership in Pierce, Nebraska would come to see the light of day yet again thanks to VanDerBrink Auctions. This once in a lifetime opportunity takes us inside of the dealership and shows us how it has been sitting for years, left just as it was back in the day. Inside, we see even more surprises as we’re greeted with a selection of cars including a Chevrolet Impala, pickup truck, and Chevrolet Bel Air, all with under five miles! Check out the video…

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Best Classic Cars 

1979 Porsche 924 Stolen 27 Years Ago Discovered In Oregon Wilderness

A cold case investigation into the mystery disappearance of a Porsche 27 years ago has finally been solved. The 1979 Porsche 924 coupe went missing from a car park outside a cinema in the city of Medford, Oregon, in 1991. Police say the classic car had not been seen for more than two decades when a dog walker stumbled across the overturned wreckage in remote woodland on 28 November. Jackson Co. Sheriff’s Office investigated initial reports that human remains were found with the wreckage, however bones on the ground nearby were determined to…

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This Cadillac DeVille Was Turned Into a Barbecue Smoker

If you’re anything like us, summer for you is synonymous with barbecued, grilled, and smoked foods. It’s also synonymous with cars: roadtrips to the beach, nights spent on the hood looking at the stars. That’s apparently what comes to mind for a pitmaster in Texas who took the body of a 1988 Cadillac DeVille and turned it into the ultimate custom smoker. The smoker is listed on Craigslist for $1,800. Originally spotted by Texas Monthly‘s barbecue editor—who has the best job title (and Twitter handle, @bbqsnob) ever—the listing notes the car-turned-smoker has a capacity of…

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This Incredible Kenworth Truck Is An Awesome Barn Find That Tops All Other Finds

This Kenworth Truck Barn Find looks very well preserved. Also the style looks very modern because Kenworth has a really nice design strategy. They never changed the design much, the later Kenworth models use a very similar design, Kenworth updated the trucks but never really changed the design. And why should they? It`s a classic design, timeless, it will never die! Kenworth is also a company known for a company that produced the first ever commercial truck with a straight-six engine which was used mainly for logging. And at this Kenworth Truck Barn…

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Muscle Cars 

Detroit Company Turns Challengers Into Smokin Superbirds

n 1969, Plymouth unveiled the Daytona Superbird. It was a muscle car like no other, with a crazy rear spoiler and a slanted front nose. The car was designed to be fast on the street and on the oval. It has long been discontinued until one Detroit garage decided to bring it back to life. Check out this stunning 2010 Dodge Challenger turned. Dodge Daytona Superbird – complete with real shaker hood, re-done front nose and awesome rear spoiler.

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Driving in the 21st Century: 10 Car Things Millennials Will Never Experience

By Tom Appel Fans of the holiday classic It’s a Wonderful Life  will likely recall one of that movie’s best-delivered lines. About midway through the film, after a resounding chorus of “Buffalo Gals”, George Bailey fails to seize the moment and sneak a kiss from Mary, prompting a portly middle-aged gentleman on a nearby porch to mutter, “Ah, youth is wasted on the wrong people.” And so it goes with driving. As I close in on 50 years of age, I recall the many tribulations of driving cars—especially less-than-new cars—back in the early…

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