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Jesse From The Fast And The Furious Reunites With His Jetta 16 Years Later

Jesse was such an underrated character in the first Fast & Furious movie, spouting such gems as “overnight parts from Japan” and his prayer to the car gods. Sadly, he didn’t survive to the sequels. But a shop in Canada recreated his car, and the stoke is strong with nostalgia all around here. Arguably one of the most quoted phrases of all-time, “Too soon, Junior” from the original 2001 film The Fast and the Furious was set into motion all thanks to a famous race sequence featuring Johnny Tran’s (Rick Yune) Honda S2000 and Jesse’s (Chad…

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Barn Finds 

This Rusty 1949 Talbot Lago T26 is Purchased For $1.900.000!

Seeing a very expensive super car or a rare classic car is always fascinating, let alone owning one, but the following story takes the word “rare” to a whole new level and is called the Talbot Lago T26. Most of you have probably never heard about this car, but that is probably an even better evidence of how rare the car actually is. Let us take a look at the numbers and see what they say. To begin with, this car was produced back in 1949 and its full name…

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Forgotten One-Of-One Aluminum Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Found After 40 Years

In 1968 Ferrari unveiled their new car, the 365 GTB/4. It was a stark shift from the more rounded and flowing designs of its predecessors and thanks to a 1-2-3 finish at the 1967 24 Hours of Daytona by Ferrari, it was nicknamed the “Daytona” by the world’s motoring media. The nickname stuck even though Ferrari resisted it for decades. Over 1,200 Daytonas were built, but only six alloy-bodied examples were made. Five were lightweight Alloy competition cars, which dominated the 24 Hours of Daytona, and one was a “street…

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This Harley-Davidson Hybrid Motorcycle Is Also A Limousine—Wait, What?

If a motorcycle genie appeared and granted you one wish in the form of any Harley-Davidson bike you wanted, what would you choose? Would you go for a sturdy Softail for long rides in the country? Perhaps you would opt for a fast and sporty V-Rod. On the other hand, maybe your dream machine is an HD limo. To clarify, we are not talking about a stretch Cadillac decked out in black with orange pinstripes. Nope. Not even close. Harley Limo Hybrid The Harley-Davidson limo—which actually exists—is part motorcycle, part…

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Debunking the Myth That Engine Braking Is Bad for Your Car

There’s a common misconception throughout the car world that engine braking to slow your car down is bad for the drivetrain. Well, that’s just not the case. In fact, it’s pretty much the opposite. In this latest video from Engineering Explained, Jason Fenske walks us through how exactly engine braking works. Basically, when you’re in gear and let off the throttle, the throttle valve closes, creating a vacuum with engine trying to pull in air. This causes the engine to slow down the driven wheels without having to use the actual…

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Muscle Cars 

Hellcat 707 Engine in a 1968 Charger “General Mayhem”

The General Mayhem Dodge Charger is powered by a 6.2L supercharger Hellcat Hemi modified simply with a 250 horsepower NOS nitrous oxide setup, but the engine is otherwise stock. First up, General Mayhem was built by the crew of Roadkill. This car was built following a few simple rules, all pointing towards the result remaining as close to the concept of the original Charger as possible. This led to various complications, such as figuring out how to move from the ’15 Charger’s independent rear suspension to the solid setup of…

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Muscle Cars 

THIS RETRO-INSPIRED FIREBIRD CONCEPT IS THE MEANEST THING WE’VE EVER SEEN ON 4 WHEELS

While the ’69 Camaro receives most of the love for the first-generation General Motors F-Body Firebird/Camaro twins, some of us like the ’67-’69 Firebird even better.  Kasim Tlibekov Russian designer Kasim Tlibekov is one such fan, so even though General Motors gave up on Pontiac, and with it, the Firebird, Tlibekov hasn’t forgotten.  Kasim Tlibekov Indeed, after seeing modern updates on competitors like the Mustang, Camaro and Challenger, he fired up his computer to produce a contemporary take on the classic ’60s Firebird, producing this slick black beast.  Kasim Tlibekov More recently, Tlibekov has updated his clean…

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A Michigan Town Is Forcing This Man To Sell 20 Old Cars Off His Property Every Month

While some wouldn’t classify Ron D’s car hoard as a collection, chances are he wouldn’t quite agree with them. He’s been buying interesting cars since he was 21 years old. Most of his cars are currently sitting out on his property in Northfield Township, Michigan where he has been stashing them away for decades. Many might just be parts cars at this point, but there are likely to be at least a few that could be revived with minimal work. Sadly for Ron, the township he lives in is forcing him…

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It Took Him 17 Years To Build A Lamborghini From Scratch

Everybody has their own personal tastes but when it comes to certain cars, they are definitely ones that most of us just can’t resist. For this particular individual, it was a Lamborghini Countach that he first saw on Cannonball Run and once he caught wind of exactly what a machine was like, he was determined to have one for himself. However, as with many people, this Lambo enthusiast would soon discover that acquiring such a car would take a little bit more money than he had on tap, so for this engineer,…

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Muscle Cars 

Can’t Make This Up, Folks: A General Lee Clone Crashed Out In Nova Scotia

While there is varying numbers out there, it’s safe to say that a couple hundred 1968 and 1969 Dodge Chargers met their end after they had been painted bright orange and given the number “01” on the doors. Over the course of the filming of “The Dukes of Hazzard”, Chargers would be crashed, jumped to destruction, and later on in the series, rebuilt and thrashed again if it was possible to put the pieces back together. But that’s the way things went back in the day…they were just used Dodges….

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