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THE LEGENDARY “HEMI UNDER GLASS” WHEELIE MACHINE’S LAST RIDE

Taake a look at this awesome and sad moment, The Legendary Hemi Under Glass Last Ride!  Many times, builders cannot predict what will come up if a few things are combined so what he has to do is build the car and then see what comes out of it, and that, is what they call experience. Yes on paper many things look like they will match and work but once you start testing the vehicle you will find out that not all works like you hoped. The original idea with this…

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Best Classic Cars 

In Chelyabinsk, a Soviet 8-wheel something has been found

The design makes use of parts from the GAZ-M20 ‘Pobeda’ A user of Russian social network VK has discovered an eight-wheel Amphibious All-Terrain Vehicle (AATV), created in the 1950s by the Design Bureau of the Chelyabinsk tractor hydraulics plant, Russia media reported. Ivan Ivanov Weighing in at 600kg, the AATV has compact dimensions (with a length of 4530mm, a width of 1900mm and a height of 1490mm), an aluminum chassis and all-wheel drive. Ivan Ivanov The design makes use of parts from the GAZ-M20 “Pobeda”. The new owner is now trying…

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Here’s The Differences Between A V6 And Straight-Six Engine

iIt’s battle of the six cylinders! In the left corner, former torque champion and motor of choice: the inline-six. In the right corner, reigning champ and space-saver extraordinaire: the V-6. Two enter, but only one will leave as champion. Watch as we explore the two configurations to find both their weaknesses and where they possess strengths so that you can decide for yourself, which is the better motor for you. The benefits of a straight-six is its simplicity by design, typically easier access for general maintenance, and THAT BALANCE. Every…

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Corvette with 773,338 Original Miles Donated to the Corvette Museum

Last year we told you about a fifth-generation Chevy Corvette that had accumulated over 700,000 miles on its original engine. Now, at 773,338 miles, the owner, Mark Blackwell, has decided to donate the red C5 hatch to the Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Blackwell, who lives near Jacksonville, Florida, bought the 2000 Corvette brand new in 1999. He commutes frequently to Georgia and southern Florida for work, which explains the massively impressive odometer reading. Doing the math, that’s over 100 miles per day over an 18-year span. As Corvette Museum…

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You Can Buy The First Buick GNX Ever Sold

Now here’s an opportunity that doesn’t come along, uh, ever. The first Buick GNX sold to the public, chassis #003, is headed to auction next year where it’ll be sold with no reserve. Remember the time a GNX sold for record-setting $165,000? We’re betting that record now has an expiration date. BARRETT-JACKSON According to auction house Barrett-Jackson, GNXes #001 and #002 are still owned by GM, so this is as early a GNX as you could possibly buy. In its first year of life, Buick loaned out #003 for magazines—including Road & Track—to test, accruing…

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This $1.7 Million Motorhome With Its Own Garage May Look Like An Ordinary Bus From Outside, But Only Until You Step Inside

For most people, the term ‘motorhome’ doesn’t exactly scream ‘luxury.’ One German company, however, is begging to differ, and they’ve just rolled out a $1.7m beast-on-wheels that makes your dad’s dingy 1973 GMC look like a Hot Wheels truck. The Performance S is the latest model in Volkner Mobil’s lauded Performance series of motorhomes, and much like its predecessors, it’s basically a 5-star hotel that you can park wherever you like. The sleek and stunning 40-foot vehicle contains a double bed, a fully-equipped kitchen, a spacious lounge area and a…

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The tragic tale of the abandoned and the most stunning motorcycle graveyard in Upstate New York

This story starts with a motorcycle enthusiast named David Cuff who came across someone’s Flickr account that contained a collection of mystifying photographs showing a forgotten army of motorcycles abandoned in an unknown warehouse. Cuff set out on a mission to find the motorcycle graveyard and thanks to a random information about the location on a sport bike forum, David and his friends discovered the exact location of the rusty graveyard – 71 Gooding Street, the City of Lockport, Niagara County, New York. He was determined to visit the motorcycle…

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1956 Chevrolet Nomad Riding High With 700 Horsepower

By gearheads When a team gets their work together and aces a certain style, they sometimes start to draw the attention of magazines. Randy Schmitt and John Tinberg have the Gasser build style absolutely nailed. That’s what earned them the phone call for a commission which resulted in the ’56 Nomad we see today. A Full Restoration Going Gasser Most of the time when we see Gassers restored, they’re coming from a scrapyard and headed for greatness. In the case of this Nomad, is had already gone from zero to…

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Imagine Your Grandpa Was Hiding Insane Car Collection Worth Over $15 Million!

Fewer than 60 Ferrari 250 GT SWB California Spyders were ever built, making it one of the most prized and pricey classic cars in the world. The lineage of each surviving example is as obsessively researched as the bloodline of a world-class race horse. Which is why the discovery of a previously unknown California Spyder among a secret French collection of 100 classic cars has the automotive world in an uproar. Talk about a barn find. he jaw-dropping Ferrari is just one of 100 cars in the Baillon Collection, hoarded away by shipping magnate Roger Baillon…

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Ford Engineer Designs An Engine With Turbocharger For Each Cylinder

One turbocharger per cylinder. I am not talking about some crazy dragster prepared for under 6-second passes. This is an idea by Ford engine designer Jim Clarke who proposed a unique engine system with one turbocharger per cylinder. The aim is to increase the power of small engines while keeping the emissions down and, in essence, improving efficiency so much that governing bodies don’t order manufacturers to discard ICEs in favor of electric motors. Something like this has been a part of engine evolution for the past twenty years. From…

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