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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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Coolest Concept Cars of the 70s

1970 Chrysler Cordoba de Oro This personal-luxury concept predated the production Cordoba by five years. Low, long, and sleek, the Cordoba de Oro still looks terrific today. 1977 Pontiac Trans Am Type K The Trans Am Type K is the sort of car enthusiasts dream about. The only thing that would have made it cooler would have been all-wheel drive. I still don’t understand why Pontiac didn’t put this car into production. 1977-78 Ford Megastar I and II Though not exactly a pretty car, it’s hard not to be impressed…

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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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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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10 things you may not know about Christine

By Foxnews Stephen King taught us some important lessons while ascending to his rightful place as America’s most prolific author of horror and supernatural fiction. For instance: don’t dump pig’s blood on Carrie, never stay at The Shining’s Overlook Hotel (Here’s Johnny!”), and for goodness’ sake, tread lightly when dealing with a 1958 Plymouth Fury named Christine. King’s characters didn’t have the benefit of hindsight, however, and their misfortunes still haunt many of us to this day. And for classic car lovers, no King story resonates quite like the “fear…

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1915 Willys-Overland Touring barn find in original unrestored condition

The turn of the century in the American Automotive industry was like the Big Bang Theory with manufacturers merging and splitting seemingly overnight. At the start of World War I, Willys-Overland was one of the leaders in the production of factory built, enclosed bodywork, the primary appeal of which was to women, it was described as “The Reigning Electrically Started and Lighted Coupe for Women.” Over-all sales hit the 80,000 mark. 1915 Willys-OverlandPhoto Credit By 1915, the company had risen to the position of second largest automobile manufacturer in the…

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This time capsule 1979 Pontiac Trans Am has been driven just 65 miles

Pontiac’s days of building excitement are long gone, though they arguably faded into the sunset long before the division was axed in 2009. Yet, classic Pontiac cars still remind us of the days before General Motors gave “badge engineering” its blessing. The Pontiac Firebird Trans Am is merely one example, but it is a strong reminder that Pontiac meant business in the 1960s and ’70s.  (RK Motors) The 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am was a final holdout before new emissions and fuel economy regulations seriously de-winged the Firebird in the…

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In Its Heyday, The Buick GNX Was Quicker Than A Ferrari F40: Video

The Buick Grand National, and the holy-grail GNX, have been cemented as cult-classic cars. Although the cars were certainly appreciated in their time, the cars have taken on a larger-than-life appreciation in modern times. So, let’s take a stroll through history and look back at the greatness that was the Buick Regal Grand National and the GNX—and how the latter was quicker than a Ferrari F40 in the quarter mile. The Grand National was a product of Buick’s NASCAR Grand National series success in 1981 and 1982. Win on Sunday, sell on Monday….

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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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