You are here
Barn Finds Motorcycle 

11 New 1975 Norton Commandos Found in Belgium!

A “brand new” 1975 Norton Commando Interstate still in its crate, one of 11 found recently in Belgium Here’s something you don’t come across every day: 11 brand new 1975 electric-start Norton Interstate motorcycles, still in the crate and awaiting final assembly! The horde of Nortons came to light recently following the death of the owner of Motoshop Podevyn in Aalst, Belgium. Incredibly, the bikes are just a small part of an even larger collection. From what we’ve been able to learn, the owner of Motoshop Podevyn had quite a reputation…

Read More
Barn Finds Best 

10,081-Mile, Original Owner 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

“He said he really loved the car and he wanted it to last.” This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 will last. Its new owner will simply clean it, no restoration necessary. Jim Leonard bought this Camaro new in 1969. On the first day, he put the car on blocks “because he couldn’t figure out exactly what he was going to do with it,” said his cousin Gunnar Steward. Incredibly, Leonard began his 40-odd-year Z/28 preservation program in 1969! On the first day, he put the car on blocks I got to ride…

Read More
Best Stories 

Did You Know Willys Build a Fiberglass Sports Car in The 1960s?

The Willys Overland Interlagos was the first sports car to be built in Brazil, produce locally under license, the using the Renault Alpine A108. The A108 was developed and built by the independent French carmaker Jean Rédélé in 1956, based on the Renault Dauphine platform, but with a special steel backbone type chassis. The Renault Dauphine cars had been produced in Brazil since 1959 by WOB and all the mechanical components were available. Demand was so high that by the end of 1962, 131 cars inspired in the A108 were…

Read More
Best Classic Cars 

Ultra-rare Jaguar becomes world’s most expensive E-type as it sells for a record £6MILLION

A1963 Jaguar E-type Lightweight Competition became both the most valuable E-type and most valuable post-1960 Jaguar to ever sell at auction when it fetched $7.37 million (£5.86 million). The Australian GT Championship-winning car is said to be one of the most original of the 12 Lightweights that Jaguar produced in the early Sixties, which was sold to a telephone bidder during Bonhams’ annual sale of collectors’ cars in Scottsdale, Arizona last week. It has only had three owners from new and has only covered 4,000 miles in that time. The…

Read More
Best Muscle Cars 

63′ Plymouth Fury over 1.6 million miles!

Joseph Vaillancourt’s 1963 Plymouth Fury, driven as a cab since the mid-1960s, reached 2,609,698 km (1,621,591 miles), when it was struck and totalled by a truck. Vaillancourt was unhurt, and a Quebec actor, Michel Barette (who drove a Prowler at the time) spent roughly $20,000 to restore the Fury, the highest mileage car in North America. That included buying the taxi dome light, a beacon to the riding public for over 35 years, from the Diamond Taxi Company. Elton McFall wrote: I have admired that car since 1991 when I…

Read More
Best 

Ford F-150 Owner Close to Hitting 1 Million Miles

Arizona Truck Owner Is Taking ‘Built Ford Tough’ to the Most Extreme Level Every now and then, although rare, we see a story of some faithful truck owner who just doesn’t want to part ways with his or her truck. We get it — trust us. But how often do you hear of an F-150 hitting the ultimate goal in automotive reliability, 1 million miles? Well, an Arizona resident is about to cross that coveted line, likely in just a few short months. Lake Havasu City, Arizona, resident Dave Wright works…

Read More
Best 

You Can Now Buy a Humvee from the U.S. Government for $4K

Need a new vehicle? The United States Department of Defense will sell you a military Humvee for a real bargain. The surplus inventory needs to go, so they’re priced to move. In fact, most surplus Humvees and trucks cost between $4,000-7,000 in an auction-style format. Even better? Most have extremely low mileage. As in, somewhere between 10,000-35,000 miles. A lot of them come from the 1990s. You can check out all the available inventory at GovPlanet.com (click there). That’s the official site sanctioned by the U.S. Government for selling military surplus….

Read More
Best Muscle Cars 

The Fastest General Lee In The History Of General Lees?

The General Lee might just be one of America’s most recognizable movie cars and today, we’re checking out a rendition of the car that might just take your perception of the movie to an all new high. Instead of a regular old ’69 Dodge Charger, this funny car brings the Lee to life with something that’s completely unlike the original. In fact, this roaring beast rockets down the track to the tune of an impressive 6.27-second quarter mile, reaching speeds of 237mph of all-out thrill ride! Just picture what would happen…

Read More
Best Classic Cars European car 

1939 Mercedes-Benz, hidden from the Nazis and smuggled out of Soviet Russia, sells for £5.4m

A classic Mercedes-Benz built as Europe teetered on the edge of war has been auctioned in Arizona for $6.6m, roughly £5.4m. The one-off 540 K Special Roadster has been accurately restored and was the highlight of a sale in Phoenix, which also included a low-mileage 2003 Ferrari Enzo, a 2013 Bugatti Veyron Super Sport, and a 2008 Lamborghini Reventón. The Mercedes is believed to have been hidden from the Nazis and smuggled out of the Soviet Union. It may even be the last example of this model made before the outbreak…

Read More

Support us!

If you like this site please help and make click on the button below!