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Zero Mileage: 12 Abandoned Automobile Dealerships

The showroom floors are bare and the alluring aroma of new carsmell has long since dissipated from these dozen down-in-the-dumps abandoned auto dealerships. Aloha & Mahalo “I say hello you say goodbye,” to quote The Beatles, also suits this lonely and abandoned car dealership somewhere in Hawaii. That’s because “aloha” means both hello or goodbye in Hawaiian, depending on the context in which it’s used. In the context of the image above, we’re guessing it means goodbye. Signs Of The Times The former Valley Dodge on Route 202 in Wellsville,…

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Vintage Bentley fitted with a WWII 27-litre SPITFIRE engine that sold for £500,000

You’d have to have your aesthetic sense surgically removed not to find the Meteor Bentley impressive. There’s that pristine, polished engine for a start, a 27-litre derivation of the legendary Merlin unit that once propelled Lancaster bombers and Spitfires. With 12 exhausts and 24 spark plugs, and turning out a leisurely 660bhp, the Meteor – in essence a Merlin without a supercharger – provided many British tanks with ample, dependable power. It’s equally unstressed here. YOU HAVE TO WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW A classic Bentley went on sale in 2012….

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For Sale: Hundreds Of Muscle Cars On 5 Acres

Now this is my kind of real estate deal! If you buy the five acre lot, you get the 300+ classic cars that are currently parked on it. The property is all the way up in British Columbia, Canada with an asking price of $1.45 million! I know that seems steep for just 5 acres of land, but you are getting 340 cars on land that’s already zoned to be a salvage yard, plus the joy of being able to say you own over 300 cars! And if that price is…

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THE BIGGEST SUPERCHARGER YOU WILL EVER SEE

Go big or go home became an encouraging expression for doing something extravagant, do it to the fullest and do not back down. Well this guy got this expression literally so he went big, hell he went huge, colossal, he put a freight train supercharger on a Camaro. Now getting the mechanics right for a supercharger that is meant to be strapped onto a 16 cylinder 645 cubic inches per cylinder with about 3000 horsepower at 900 rpm locomotive to work anything close to efficient on a car, well good…

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An Hidden Treasure of Stunning Rare Mopars Found at Ancient Barn

Just another hidden treasure we present you today! In the pretty interesting video below, you’re going to see an unbelievable collection of rare Mopars (plus a Ford) that are kept hidden in a garage for decades. That must be something extremely exciting and oddly satisfying to find out and explore such a precious collection of vehicles. While some of the cars were tucked away in an old showroom, the others, the ones you’re going to see in the video- were kept in a secret, dusty, hard-to- reach barn, partially buried…

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11 Car Features You Have to Be At Least 40 To Remember

It’s hard to picture what today’s teenagers will wax nostalgic about 30 years from now when they reminisce about their first car. (It still required gasoline, perhaps?) Who knows how automobiles will change in the future; what we do know is how different they are today from 30 or more years ago. If you fondly remember being surrounded by two or three tons of solid Detroit steel with a whip antenna on the front from which you could tie a raccoon tail or adorn with an orange Union 76 ball,…

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The Secret Story of Richard Petty’s Long Lost Plymouth Superbird

I’ve got a thing for Winged muscle cars: the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona and the 1970 Plymouth Superbird, specifically. I’ve written quite a bit about them in articles here and in book form. And as you might imagine, to really understand any car, one must drive and/or ride in as many of them as possible. Not too long ago, I had the chance to go for a ride in a Superbird once owned and raced by Richard Petty. If you have ever seen a famous Superbird, you’ve seen this one….

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THE MOST INSANE MOPAR JUNKYARD TO DATE – CHARGERS, SUPERBEES, ROAD RUNNERS,CORONETS, GTX AND OTHERS

Take a look around at some of your favorite cars on the road today. Now, imagine those same cars all sitting in a field, dilapidated, with foliage growing around them. That’s exactly the situation at hand here when we check out this Mopar graveyard sporting some of the most amazing cars from the days of old. In this one, we’re exposed to a wild Dodge Charger collection, Road Runners, and Coronets galore as we go through a bittersweet trudge through a junkyard. For some reason, we feel like this video is only…

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Ten Things You Didn’t Know About The Dukes of Hazzard’s “General Lee”

It may be the most iconic car in TV history, but you almost definitely don’t know everything about the General Lee. For its famous jump – the one in the opening credits – the 1969 Dodge Charger “General Lee” had several hundred pounds of cement in its trunk. Earlier jumps had gone badly because the Charger was too front-heavy.  The jump covered 82 feet and hit a peak of 16 feet. The Dukes of Hazzard ran 147 episodes over 7 seasons and a large number of 1969 Chargers were destroyed…

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1934 Ford hot rod eBay find is a Bonneville beauty

The Bonneville Salt Flats: where speed dreams turn into reality. The annual Speed Week event held in Utah pits some of the fastest – and often strangest – vehicles against each other all in pursuit of straight-line speed. This 1934 Ford Phaeton is no stranger to Speed Week, and it could be in your driveway if the price is right. The rodded-up Ford is up for sale on eBay with a ‘Buy It Now’ price of $35,000 – or you can try your luck against 13 other interested bidders. The car…

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