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Man forgets where he parks his car – then finds it 20 years late

Back in 1997 in the German city of Frankfurt, a man reported his car as stolen to the police. Twenty years later, the authorities in the city have tracked down the missing vehicle, only to discover that the man who owned it had in fact, just forgotten where he’d parked the car and had assumed it had been stolen. The vehicle was found in a garage in an old industrial building that is due to be demolished. The car was in the way of the demolition so it was reported…

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1925 Rolls-Royce Phantom 1 Jonckheere Coupe

And then there were ten. With a completely expected shoo-in for JFG like the Porsche 959, the margin of acceptance standing at 95.1% is no surprise. Impressive yes, but still bested by the McLaren F1 and the Mercedes 300SL, though we suppose that to be good company to keep. Today’s offering is far less well known, with a far murkier history, and much, much more beautiful coachwork. What the bloodlines of the recently axed Rolls Royce Phantom cannot offer is everything this car represents. Complete and utter disregard for cost,…

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Meet the Man Who Daily-Drives a 725,000-Mile 1976 Porsche 911 Turbo

1975 Porsche 911 Turbo Continues To Tick Away After 725,000 Miles Although many Porsche 911s sit in garages for most of their lives, the 1975 Porsche 911 Turbo owned by Canadian Bill MacEachern is different. In fact, it has over 725,000 miles (1.165 million km) under its belt. MacEachern took delivery of the German sports car in May 1976 and before long, he was bitten by the racing bug and undertook multiple cross-continent trips to attend races in Florida, Georgia, New England, California and everywhere else in between. Throughout the next 30…

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World’s Greatest Car Found

It’s not known if a tuning company is behind the project or if it is a simple and particularly wild backyard creation but the finished product is truly wild. It’s a rat rod on a custom frame, located somewhere in Iowa. It has a 350 Chevy under the hood, the front end of an 89-95 Jeep Wrangler, and the rear off an unidentified year of 911. It merges our love of the Jeep Wrangler with our love of the Porsche 911 seamlessly. Rocking up to a local car event in…

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This Australian Company Will Sell You an Aluminum V12 LS1

GM’s LS engine is a gem. Wether it’s factory-fitted to your production car, dropped in as a crate engine, or swapped from a junkyard wreck, the General’s small-block V8 is nearly limitless. But what if you want something more? Well, Australia has you covered. Yes, Down Under is the home of V12LS, a company building, well, a V12 engine made from smashing two LS1s together. The resulting 9.5-liter engine debuted at the 2016 SEMA show, where the first prototype engine made 641 wheel horsepower in a heavily-modified ’67 Camaro. Now, the…

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The Snow Crawler Snowmobile Concept Shows the Future of Snowmobiles

The design and concept of a snowmobile have been relatively conserved over the last century with little modifications. With little change, environmental exposure, and gas consumption to run the snowmobile, many riders have found the snowmobile to become a stale vehicle to use. Fortunately there is a new concept called the Snow Crawler created by Mindsailors designer Michael Bonikowski that totally corrects all of these issues. Snow Mobile Redesign: The Snow Crawler snowmobile concept turns away from element open design typically seen in other snowmobiles, motorcycles, and quads, and instead…

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Orange County Choppers – Paul Sr.’S Amazing Car Collection

Naturally, as you might expect with someone who has lots of money and enjoys building badass machines for a living, Paul Senior of Orange County Choppers also happens to collect cars and, of course, bikes. We all have that list of rides that we fantasize about should we come across a large sum of money and when you see celebrities who actually do have access to a good amount of money, it’s fun to see exactly what they have in their very own personal garages. Do some of your favorite personalities from on…

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11 Features You No Longer See in Cars

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, and enough leg…

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Amazing Abandoned Formula 1 Cars Are Rusting Away

Listening to or reading about an exciting and weird story is something that we all love doing. The drama and the suspense behind it massive and we just cannot wait to hear more. Even though we have previously come across many different stories where people left their cars in a garage somewhere and found if many years later, what you are about to see here is something way better. We check out something that is going to blow your mind and leave you in doubts i.e. take a look at…

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Why You Shouldn’t ‘Heat Up’ Your Engine In Cold Weather

Harsh driving conditions in winter are already hard on your car, but you could be making things a lot worse if you’re turning your vehicle on in the morning so it can “warm up” before you drive off. If you’re one of the many drivers who thinks it’s important to idle your car — turn it on and let it sit — in these frigid winter months to protect the engine, you’ve likely fallen victim to a myth that may be doing more harm than good. We spoke with former drag…

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