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MAN BUYS A WALMART TO HOUSE HIS CAR COLLECTION

For many of us, if someone were to come into our homes and take a look at the car parts strewn everywhere, they would probably start thinking that we have a problem. However, for most of us, we have to contain our hobby to a single structure as many don’t have the funds to go out and buy a warehouse to keep all of our toys and the parts that go with them. However, for this guy, it doesn’t look like money is an object as he has quite the…

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TWO BRAND NEW UNTOUCHED 1987 GRAND NATIONALS FOUND IN A GARAGE!

According to the story on the Barnfinds website, this pair of Buick Grand Nationals was purchased new in 1987 and almost immediately parked in the owners garage. After nearly 30 years, the eccentric owner decided it was time to sell the cars, so he posted them on Facebook for $200,000. While the price kept tire kickers at bay, the story itself drew the attention of Grand National fanatic William and his buddy Shawn, who actually had the cash to make the purchase. The owner required some ridiculous hoop-jumping for the…

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This stationary crankshaft engine is a thing of sorcery

You’re looking at one very clever piece of engineering. It’s an Adams-Farwell air-cooled, piston-driven, rotary engine. The crankshaft stays put, connected to the frame of the car, while the crankcase rotates around it to drive the vehicle. In this case, that’s a 1906 Adams-Farwell 6A Convertible Roundabout. The buggy originally came with a three-cylinder of the same design, but Mr. Farwell himself yanked that engine and plopped in the 50-horsepower five-cylinder unit you see here. Watching it in operation is both terrifying and charming. Check it out in the video below.…

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