Stories 

1964 Ford Falcon Convertible

Josh Mortensen This story starts in April 1964, when Alan P buys his very first car from Verner Cadby Ford in New Jersey. He purchased a new 1964 Ford Falcon Convertible from the dealer, with his parents at his side. He spent the next few summers driving the car and then takes it with him when he heads off to college. He continued to drive this car after college and eventually started a family, with a wife, three boys and this Falcon. As time goes by, he drives his Falcon…

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Muscle Cars 

Mustang Doing Crazy Spins In High-speed Chase Is Unbelievable!

Article Written by www.buzzspeed.com| No this car chase isn’t just GTA in real life, the Mustang driver himself must have played so much Need For Speed to pull off insanely beautiful spins in this high speed police car chase. The driver does an amazing 360 three times in a row to escape away from the pit maneuver attempts of all pursuing police cars. Who would’ve thought a criminal was being pursued and not a driving legend? Well that was one hell of a driver thrilling even the people in the…

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Uncategorized 

RAM 6X6 Pulled Out A Trailer From The Woods Buried Years Ago

BY buzzspeed.com| In this video, a guy decided to unearth a trailer from the woods. Interestingly, a friend of him borrowed this trailer 6 or seven years ago and left it in the woods. As timed passed by, the trees grew through it since no one dared to recover it. After years of letting the trailer to rot, he decided to recover it using his Ram 6×6 pickup truck! It only took him few minutes to unearth this rusty trailer from the woods! Watch the video below! Legendary Speed is…

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Classic Cars Muscle Cars 

JAY LENO CRASHES IN A 2,500 HP RACE CAR

In addition to his weekly Jay Leno’s Garage YouTube videos, the denim-clad comedian has a show on CNBC where he leaves his massive collection to go on other automotive adventures. For a recent episode, Leno had the unique experience of having a massive crash while riding with a childhood hero. The Hemi Under Glass is among the most famous classic drag racers. The Plymouth Barracuda lost its front-mounted engine and instead a V8 replaced the rear seats. The team at Hurst thought the novel design would make for lightning-quick times at the…

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Stories 

WWII Survivor: GAZ-A Truck Rescue

By Jeff Lavery A story appeared on Facebook recently with some fairly dramatic photos showing a river rescue of a Russian-built GAZ-A truck. The GAZ-A was a shameless copy of the iconic Ford Model-A, and this one was used in WWII as a weapons carrier. Based on a few isolated translations, it seems the truck fell through the ice in winter and was recently brought to the surface for restoration.  When I say shameless copy, there was no forgery afoot: Ford and Russia had a business agreement to provide Russian…

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Muscle Cars 

Huge Trans Am/Firebird Stash Discovered| Auctioned!

Most of these cars are part of a nine-car collection that was recently discovered in a Minnesota warehouse and the guys who found them have asked us to auction them. These cars had been parked for 20+ years so they aren’t perfect, but they cleaned up well and you can bid on them! You know the owner was serious about his Firebirds because there were four Super Duties in the group! It’s rare to find one so you can only image the excitement the guys from Restore A Muscle Car must have…

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Barn Finds Stories 

5 Cars Found in River…Corvette Stingray, Pontiac Grand Am GT…

On this episode of Adventures with Purpose, our intention was to hit a fun 100′ dive in Oregon City. Along the way, we turned the side-scan sonar on at a boat that looked super sketchy. It didn’t take more than a few minutes to identify at least 3 cars underwater. We first found a Mercury Cougar 30′ feet underwater. Thought for sure there would be a second car next to it, and maybe there still is, but the water was super murky. Then we found the motherload of cars in…

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Barn Finds 

T-34/76 Tank Pulled Out Of River

Tank produced at the Stalingrad Tractor Factory has been retrieved from the Don River in south Russia. Many people and journalists came to see this process. That’s a piece of history for sure, they should clean it up as good as they can, get the story behind it and put it into a museum for all to see. Stalin probably would be so proud of this T34 recovery, he would have everyone involved.

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