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This Guy Shows You Exactly What Double Clutch Is!

For many, their extent of knowledge in relationship to the process of double clutching comes from the snazzy one-liner that Paul Walker threw on us in the Fast and the Furious. In contrast, it’s a process that you need to do if you drive a manually shifted vehicle that doesn’t have synchronizers as to not destroy anything. This time, we learn what the process is and how to do it from Engineering Explained. He even goes on to tell us why the process is necessary. Check out the video below…

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SHOW UP WITH $3,000,000 AND YOU OWN IT!

For Sale: 80-Acre, 8,000 Car Idaho Junkyard – Show Up With $3,000,000 And You Own It! If you travel southeast of Boise in Idaho for about an hour you will end up in the middle of nowhere but there you will stumble on the best-buy junkyard at the moment. This is a property that is about 100 acres big ant is littered by around 8 000 cars from the past. You must have seen similar junkyards littered with specks of gold but not as much gold as L&L has to…

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1971 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda With Only 2k Miles Is Cool, But Is It $1.2 Million Cool?

Everyone likes a good muscle car but people especially like Plymouth Hemi ‘Cudas, giving them the title of the most sought-after model in this specific genre of classic cars. So when a virtually unused example shows up in our radar, in mint condition and with all the desirable options ticked from the factory, we had to take a closer look. The custom-ordered Hemi ‘Cuda is described to be in a true and all-original ‘time-capsule’ condition and has covered only 2,010 miles since new. It’s powered by the 426 cubic inch…

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Vietnam veteran’s 1967 Corvette sells for $675,000

A 1967 Chevrolet Corvette purchased new by a decorated Vietnam War veteran was sold at the recent Mecum Auctions Indianapolis event for $675,000. That’s more than a 10,000 percent markup over what Keith Richard Litavsky paid when he picked up the Marina Blue coupe from Jack Douglass Chevrolet in Hinsdale, Ill., upon his return home from the front lines.  (Mecum Auctions) According to his son, Matt, Litavsky was awarded two Purple Hearts during the war, and was finally released after becoming the only surviving member of his unit in the…

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