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‘Little Red’ 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 found after 50 years, could be worth millions

Seek and ye shall find. Eventually. A legendary Ford Mustang that many thought was destroyed 50 years ago has been discovered rotting away in a Texas field. And it could be worth millions. “Finding Little Red is the discovery of a lifetime,” said Jackson. “This Shelby prototype has been one of the most sought-after and elusive vehicles in postwar history. Countless enthusiasts and experts have searched for Little Red since it went missing in the 1960s. Many believed it was destroyed when the car was no longer needed. I’m excited…

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The Abandoned Dealership Full Of Classic Cars

All across this great nation of ours, there are countless buildings like the one featured in this video from the Amesie’s Automotive Corner YouTube channel. In a small town in New Hampshire stands an abandoned car dealership that still has several cars both inside and out. The cars clearly aren’t for sale and the property is surrounded by signs warning against trespassing. Clearly somebody out there has some sort of plan for these cars, but it seems they’re letting time take a significant toll on them while waiting to carry out that…

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Modded Chevy Truck Might Be The Craziest Thing We’ve Ever Seen

Even though we understand why some people enjoy sitting as far away as possible from the nose of their car, this guy definitely took that concept to ridiculous extremes – if that was indeed his intention. At the same time, this is also a very interesting mod, seen as how you’re not going to find anything similar roaming the streets, no matter where you live. According to the thread, the truck was spotted in Elyria, Ohio, and all we have is this photo evidence of its existence. No word on…

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Grandma’s Lambo Uncovered From Storage After 2 Decades

Remember how it feels when your grandparents handed over something that you’d find utterly useless in this modern age? Like an encyclopedia or a pager, perhaps? Well, that’s not always the case, especially if that something is a 1981 Countach. Or should have been Countach! based on the story behind its name. A Reddit user eriegin is in this situation recently, after he stumbled upon a Lamborghini owned by his grandparents. We can only imagine the surprise and delight when he uncovered this classic Italian masterpiece from his grandma’s storage. The 1981 Countach was previously owned by his late grandpa,…

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North Carolina contractor stumbles upon hidden hoard of pre-war cars

When he was hired to demolish an old building and clear out a property in North Carolina, contractor David Mount surely didn’t know he’d stumble across a treasure trove of 1930s cars. Mount’s daughter, not quite driving age herself, spotted the first car, which was stored inside in a basement garage before the ceiling gave way. The only thing visible was a bit of grille and a pair of headlights under a pile of debris. It was unearthed to reveal that it was a remarkably intact 1933 Plymouth roadster, complete…

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One millionth Corvette restored to its former glory after sinkhole

Another of the victims of the National Corvette Museum’s destructive sinkhole has been restored to a stunning condition by General Motors Of the eight cars eaten up by the sinkhole which appeared under the National Corvette Museum last year, only three were deemed repairable. Still, that’s not a bad innings considering the scale of what happened at the Bowling Green-based facility, and now, the restoration of the second of the trio – the one millionth Corvette – has been completed. It took four months and a total of 1200 man hours to…

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Return of the inline-six: Why the classic engine layout is making a comeback

Nearly 70 years since it was blown away by the high-compression Oldsmobile Rocket V8, the inline-six engine is poised to make a comeback. I’m not the first to connect these dots, but the reason for the return of the inline-six has everything to do with manufacturing efficiency and not because of an inherent fault of the V-6. As V-8s fade away, the V-6s they spawned will also diminish in numbers. BMW, which never abandoned the inline-six, has created the template for the modern modular inline engine family that other automakers…

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Classic car collectors brace for a Trump auto tariffs crash

The Trump administration’s proposed auto and auto part tariffs may claim an unexpected casualty: The more than 20 million Americans who spend an estimated $1.5 billion annually on classic and antique cars, trucks and motorcycles, according to specialized insurer Hagerty Group. Though many classic car sales are by wealthy collectors and cost in the tens of millions, the average classic vehicle’s value is less than $35,000, according to Hagerty Group. “The hot rodders, the tinkerers, the people who modify cars — that’s a really, really big thing in America,” says Mark Hyman, who runs Hyman Ltd., a…

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The original Aerosmith tour van was found in Western Mass

In a recently aired episode of the hit History Channel show, “American Pickers,” hosts and antique scavengers Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz tracked down the band’s original tour van in Chesterfield that the group used to schlep to gigs around New England in the early 1970s. Not much was initially known about the rusted, 1964 International Harvester Metro van, buried in the woods, said the property’s owner, identified only as Phil, who told Wolfe and Fritz the vehicle was there when he bought the land. The previous property owner had a connection…

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Last ‘Vette Pulled From National Corvette Museum Sinkhole

The last of the “Great 8” Corvettes has been pulled from the depths of the 40 foot wide by 60 foot deep sinkhole that collapsed within the Skydome building of the National Corvette Museum exactly eight weeks ago, marking the end of the first phase of rebuilding. “We’re happy to have the completion of our major goal to recover all eight of the Corvettes,” said Wendell Strode, Executive Director of the Museum. “Next week we have a meeting with all the major players, including the construction team, geo-technical firm, cave…

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