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Dumb Or Fun: This Guy Bought An Old 350 Powered Boss Hoss Motorcycle, Cruised And Reviewed It!

My relationship with motorcycles has been well documented here. It’s weird in the fact that I am fascinated by them but have no desire to actually own or operate one. This is doubly true for...

This 1960s WABCO Motor Grader Operator Film Is Retro Cool Heavy Equipment History

In today’s world we have YouTube to teach us everything from how to make nitromethane in a laboratory to auto mechanics. You can see people doing just about every task on God’s green...

Soft Launch: The Return Of The Pontiac GTO In 2004 Was Not Exactly As The Company Planned It

We’re guessing people in Pontiac’s marketing wing cringed when they saw this review of the relaunched Pontiac GTO in 2004. Why? Well, because when a middle of the road outfit like...

Beyond The Concrete: The Upcoming Hurracan Sterrato Is A Dirt Ready Lambo We Really Want To Drive

(By Tom Lohnes) – Imagine this: You are a millionaire in need of a V10-powered supercar fitted from factory with long-travel shocks and off-road tires. Whatever shall you do? Well, Lamborghini...

Awesome Engine Video: The Restoration Of This Three-Valve Mickey Thompson Small Block Chevy Is Amazing

We’re not sure how we missed the memo that Mickey Thompson built a one-off, three-valve small block Chevy to compete at the Indy 500 with in the late 1960s but he did and the engine is amazing....

Who Makes The Best End Wrench? Let’s Settle This! Snap On vs MAC Tools, Matco, Proto, SK, GearWrench, Kobalt, Husky

There have never been more brands of hand tools available in the world than there are today, and everyone has an opinion on what is best. To make matters worse, a lot of them are now coming with a...

Big Thrash: Watch A Kiwi Caterpillar Crew Rebuild A D8R That Lives In Antarctica!

Overhauls are among our favorite things to watch on the internet. That’s doubly true when the video is produced and laid out as well as this one is. There’s a reason for that though....

This Classic Edsel Ad Touts Styling And Performance…No One Was Buying

The Edsel stands as the greatest cautionary tale in modern automotive history. It was an albatross that Ford had hanging around its neck for years. The brand which was promised to be new and...

The Evolution Of Power: This History of F1 Engine Development Is A Really Fun Watch

If there is one thing that really can’t be denied about Formula One it’s the fact that these cars have employed the bleeding edge of engine technology for about 100 years now. The...

Chasing Perfection: Movie Car Chases Have Come A Long Way Because Of Creative Gearheads (Video)

There’s nothing like a legit car chase in a movie, right? We can go right down the line of some of the greats and they have all ben talked about, analyzed, broken down, and beat into dust. But...

Fat and Happy: This Video Romp Back Through 1970s Car TV Ads Is Pretty Entertaining In Retrospect

As we are all well-aware, the 1970s were not the high point of automotive success here in the good ol’ USA. The porcine cars that manufacturers were making did not serve the needs of a customer...

Uproarious: This Video Featuring Jim Hall’s 1970 Camaro Trans-Am Racer Is Awesome – The Noise Is Epic

Tomy Drissi is a name that some hardcore sports car and road racing fans may know and maybe not for the greatest of reasons, but we’ll get to that in a second. This video is an awesome profile...

The Pit Crews: This 1971 Short Film Looks At How Pit Crews Worked In NASCAR, IndyCar, and On Modifieds

Often times when we show you videos from the old “Car and Track” TV show, they’re road tests of then new cars just getting the stuffing beaten out of them. Well that show had a...

Awesomely Weird: This 1970s Chevrolet Parts Film Stars Evel Knievel And Literally Makes No Sense

We’re guessing someone lost their job for this one. You are going to watch this 1970s Chevrolet parts film which stars Evel Knivel and makes literally no sense at all. The theme of the film is...