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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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These Hand-Built Dwarf Cars Are Just Insanely Cool!

Ernie Adams is truly a talented old man who created not just cars but a … Ernie Adams is truly a talented old man who created not just cars but a masterpiece. He is the guy behind these amazing scaled down replicas of classic cars which is called the Dwarf cars. Take note that these cars cannot be found somewhere else simply because they are all hand built from scratch. Each metal car is hand-built from scratch and takes between 3,000 and 4,000 hours to complete. Interestingly, his first dwarf…

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The Four-Door Plymouth Barracuda Prototype Is Finished! Check Out What The Factory Never Showed To The Public!

We’ve been tracking the progress on the four-door Plymouth Barracuda prototype re-creation that ECS Automotive Concepts and company president David Walden has been working on for a couple of years now, simply because it’s one of the most interesting builds we’ve heard about in a bit. Based on the eyewitness accounts of a former Chrysler employee who saw the factory-built four-door concept on a loading dock at the Auburn Hills campus in late 1969, where it sat for a couple of days before receiving a thumbs-down and a one-way trip…

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‘Angry Grandpa’ given a ’55 Bel Air for Christmas, 50 years after losing his

Back when he was 16 years old, “Angry Grandpa” received his first car: A 1955 Chevy Bel Air. Less than a year later, he lost it when it broke down while his sister was driving it to California. Instead of calling her family to get it repaired, his sister sold it to a junkyard and he never saw it again. Now 66 years old, Internet personality “Angry Grandpa” has over 2.9 million subscribers on YouTube, but there are only two things he says he has ever really wanted in life….

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How to Parallel Park Perfectly, Every Time

Rules of thumb and experience help, but we prefer repeatable experiments. And if you see this and laugh, you’re probably not as good as you think you are. Thankfully, the recipe for a one-move parking job is pretty simple. Pull alongside the car ahead of the space you want. Align your rear axle with that car’s bumper. Turn the wheel toward the curb at full lock. Back up until the center of your inside rear tire aligns with the streetside edge of the forward car. Straighten wheel, continue to reverse….

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Still Running! Model T Ford Starts 60 Years Old

You’ll often her your dad or grandpa say “They just don’t build them like they used to” when speaking today automotive offerings, and to be honest, he’s probably right. This Ford Model T had been sitting for over six decades, yet it when it came time to fire it up, all it needed was a little finesse and some patience and the old inline powerplant rattled to life. This car, which was built in 1921, had been dormant for much of its life when this group of enthusiasts decided to throw some fresh…

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Here’s A C5 Corvette With 710,000 Miles! Moreover, It’s Still Going!

Mark from Florida is the original owner of a 2000 Chevrolet Corvette that has done over 709,000 miles, all of them on the original engine. No, that is not a typographical error; the exact mileage last reported was 709,972. The original 5.7L LS1 V8 is still under the hood, though the transmission was replaced, but even so, this American icon is still in good shape. Mark drives it literally all the time. He uses it frequently to get from Florida to Georgia and back for business reasons, and has been doing so…

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8 Driving Life Hacks That Will Save You Gas Money

Regular car usage brings significant fuel expenses. Moreover, there is a direct connection between mileage and the frequency of maintenance services. Bright Side put together 8 life hacks that will help you to cut not only fuel but also maintenance costs. 8. Don’t put the pedal to the metal. © depositphotos   © depositphotos One sees a lot of drivers on the roads who just love to slam on the acceleration. But in driving school, we were told that acceleration and braking should be done smoothly because it guarantees reduced fuel consumption. When you accelerate sharply, it makes your car consume more energy, thus fuel consumption also increases. 7. Use cruise control…

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5 Coolest Concept Cars of the 60s

1959/1960 Cadillac Cyclone Though technically a 1959—it was first seen at the inaugural Daytona 500 in February—the Cyclone was still on the auto show circuit in 1960. This car was as wild and totally unpractical as any Fifties concept, with its pointed front fenders (or “radar pods,” as Cadillac called them) and lofty fins. 1961 Chrysler Turboflite Its huge rear wing predated that 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona and the 1970 Plymouth Superbird by nearly eight years, but every other design feature of this outrageous concept was pure fantasy.   1964 General…

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