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THE RICH HISTORY OF THE PONTIAC BONNEVILLE

Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah is where the Pontiac Bonneville got its inspiration. Located just in west of Great Salt Lake’s, it’s the home of many land speed records, many of these are still in hold today. Take a ride with me as we explore the car that characterized the very best the GM has to offer for 47 years. Learn more about the first automobiles to wear the nameplate and uncover the most precious, rare and collectible versions of the Pontiac Bonneville. First Bonneville’s General Motors division Pontiac used…

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Muscle Cars 

383 CHEVY VS 383 MOPAR!

The guys from  Engine Masters will present head-to-head shootout with these two engines: a Blueprint Engines crate Chevy 383 small-block versus a hand-built Mopar 383 by Engine Masters host Steve Dulcich. To make this a fair test, they equalized as many variables as possible: both engines use the same carburetor and the same type of ignition, intake manifold, camshaft, compression ratio, oil pan, and oil. Both use the best iron cylinder heads available from the OE manufacturer. So what’s your guess? Which engine will make the most average horsepower and torque?…

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Muscle Cars 

THE MOST RIDICULOUS, OBNOXIOUS AND BADASS DODGE CHARGER WE HAVE EVER SEEN

It’s not often you see a car that is this over the top! This 1969 Dodge Charger, which builder Steve Darnell has named Nightmare, is as insane as any build we’ve ever seen! Fromt the raw metal body, covered with rivets and bare welds, to the fully-custom chassis and suspension – built by Darnell at his Welder Up shop – this massive amalgam just screams “Mad Max Hero Car”, as is mentioned in the video. Under the hood, or where the hood should be, resides a straight up nasty Cummins…

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Motorcycle 

Old broken British bike bought in bits was rare Vincent White Shadow worth £300,000

The vendor bought the Vincent bike as a jumble of parts in several boxes with the intention of restoring it. But as he took a closer look at the green bodywork he noticed traces of red paint in the crevices of the front forks. He stripped the paint back to ultimately reveal it to be a unique Vincent White Shadow made in 1951. The bike was initially bought in a jumble of parts. The mechanics of the White Shadow were identical to its stablemate but, despite their name, came with…

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Here Are 7 Easy Ways How To Remove a Broken Bolt – AMAZING!

Somebody is drilling it at low speed, spraying WD-40 on the thread (by the way, I heard from truck drivers, that WD-40 to unscrew stuck bolt can be alternated with a simple Fanta), someone cuts a line, to put the screwdriver in this cut, Someone make some scientific experiments making the base, where is bolt screwed hot, and the bolt itself cold, etc. Add to all this, that mechanic mandatory is speaking not with Shakespeare`s language, especially, when he has a deal with the broken bolt. To unscrew this (here…

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Muscle Cars 

Most Honest Viper Craigslist Ad Ever

Okay. Full disclosure. I almost killed myself in it. It is VERY powerful. Extremely, EXTREMELY fast. I’ve driven Ferrari’s that don’t feel as crazy as this thing. I am frankly afraid of it now. That’s right. It’s in my garage and I’m afraid to drive it because it’s like a crazy steroid bull that wants to kill me. I’ve done 130 mph on a Ducati while laughing into the face of death. The viperis a completely different bowl of crack. The engine sounds like 40 pit bulls eating kittens while…

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Why the Fox-Body Mustang Is the Next Big Collector’s Car You Should Buy

All right stop. Collaborate and listen, I’m back with my brand new invention. Something that’s grabbing a hold of the market tightly: the Fox-body Mustang 5.0. Ridiculous? Nope. It’s true: Long after Vanilla Ice “borrowed” a bass line and bragged about rollin’ in his Five Point Oh, and even after Queen and Bowie were awarded royalties as a result of this simple oversight, the cars Mr. Van Winkle so enthusiastically rapped about back in 1990 are seeing a huge resurgence in popularity. And now’s the time to get yourself one….

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WHAT IS “DOUBLE CLUTCHING” AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT?

For many, their extent of knowledge in relationship to the process of double clutching comes from the snazzy one-liner that Paul Walker threw on us in the Fast and the Furious. In contrast, it’s a process that you need to do if you drive a manually shifted vehicle that doesn’t have synchronizers as to not destroy anything. This time, we learn what the process is and how to do it from Engineering Explained. He even goes on to tell us why the process is necessary. Check out the video below…

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Stolen vintage Okanagan hot rod recovered safe and sound

A rare, vintage hot rod that was recently stolen from a home in Osoyoos has turned up safe and sound in Oliver, B.C. following a public plea on social media. The Okanagan family put out a call online for any information about the two-toned 1939 Willys sedan after it was stolen on Jan. 27. Police said last night a family friend recovered the car after following up an anonymous tip. The car is the hobby and passion of Peter Pfannenschmidt. “My father found this car 35 years ago in a field with a…

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Muscle Cars 

First look at the all new supercharged 800 hp 2017 Yenko Camaro

If you’re a Camaro owner or just a gearhead with a pulse, chances are you’re excited about the 2017 Yenko supercharged Camaro. Specialty Vehicle Engineering (SVE) had dropped some hints about the 2017 model at last year’s SEMA, and now it’s finally here. This year the old 455 hp LT-1 engine has been thrown to the curb in favor of something with 800 hp with 750 lb-ft of torque that’s sure to put the Hellcat on notice. Take a first look at this slick muscle car with the video above!…

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