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The 28.5-litre Beast of Turin is driven for the first time in 100 years

What do you classify as a big engine? The Bugatti Veyron’s eight-litre W16? The Viper’s 8.4-litre V10? How about an Italian four-cylinder displacing no less than 28.5 litres? Yep, nearly 30 litres. And, as you can see in this rather lovely video, it’s just started for the first time in over a century. British gent Duncan Pittaway has finally realised his dream of nursing Fiat’s insane S76 back to life, and it sounds like nothing on earth. Fittingly nicknamed ‘The Beast Of Turin’, the S76 was built in 1910 with the express…

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1948 Indian Chief motorcycle comes back to life after 40 years

It’s alive! This 1948 Indian Chief Motorcycle may be rusty and worn-in but it’s still kicking… In 2010 Kiwi Motorcycles of Riverside California brought back to life a classic 1948 Indian Chief Motorcycle. The bike had been sitting for over 40 years, but when they crank it up you won’t believe the sound.  The calm, beautiful idle is so impressive, it might just bring a tear to your eye. The description of the video on YouTube reads: “Old Indian motorcycles never die as this one demonstrates. Brought back to life after…

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3,424 HP V24 Peterbilt Semi With 12 Blowers!

Over 3,000 Horsepower with 1,704 Cubic Inches, 12 871-Blowers and Nitrous!   Sounds impressive right? Well if you like horsepower and trucks you can appreciate Mike Harrah’s custom 359 Peterbilt show truck. Yeah, yeah maybe it’s not really something you can drive on the street easily or even get a chance to use all of it’s power, but it’s still bad to the bone! This is biggest semi engine ever built which is usually found in ships.  The “Big Mike” V24-71 Detroit Diesel is two V12 Detroits joined together nose…

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