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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.…

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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…

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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…

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This Video Showing How 1955 Chevrolet’s Are Made From Raw Resources To Finished Products Is Awesome

We’ve got this 30 minute video starting just past halfway so that you are seeing how 1955 Chevrolet’s are made from iron ore all the way through driving to the mall, but if you have the 30 minutes to watch you should start it at the beginning to see how all the raw materials of the country end up making something we all know and love, the 1955 Chevy. This video is a testament to the hard work, development, engineering, and passion that America was forged from. It truly is awesome.…

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This Playset Teaches Your Kids How to Take Care of a Real Car

It’s well known that you’re far more likely to get ripped off at a mechanic than at a restaurant. So why do we park our kids in front of tiny plastic kitchens to make imaginary meals when they could be learning important auto repair and maintenance skills instead? This engine repair set could actually end up saving them thousands of dollars when they’re old enough to own a car. Powered by eight AAA batteries so it’s not going to fill a playroom with toxic gas fumes, this playset features the…

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Gaylord Gladiator 1955-57 – America’s Finest Sports Car?

Bobby pins? They seem so inevitable; it’s funny to think someone had to sit down and invent one.  But a guy named Gaylord did just that and became a very wealthy man indeed. Mr. Gaylord’s sons Jim and Ed had gasoline in their blood, so much so, they described themselves as “autoholics.” They were inspired to spend some bobby pin money building the finest sports car America had yet seen, with quality to rival the word’s finest cars. Jim Gaylord designed his own sturdy chassis and powered it with a…

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