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The "Governator" has a net worth of $450 million, earning him the right to the finer things in life, cars included.
A man bought a hoarder's house with all the contents in it for $10,000 but what he found inside was worth 40 times more
An antique shop owner made quite an investment when he snatched up a home belonging to a hoarder for just $10,000. He would also get to own all the contents inside the house. Alex Archbold, an antique dealer from Canada purchased a house that belonged to a late piano teacher, Bette- Jean Rac who passed away in December 2020.
Key fobs are a generally pretty mundane and overlooked piece of automotive paraphernalia. A few decades ago, drivers didn't have a way to remotely unlock their cars, and now it's taken for granted. The technology is actually fairly recent, as the first car to ever feature a remote unlock feature via a key fob was the AMC/Renault Alliance from 1983 (via Car and Driver).
Suzuki has a long history in the motorcycle industry and has made some iconic bikes along the way. Here are our favorites through the years.
Before acquiring Mini in 1996, BMW was planning its own compact economy hatchback — complete with odd styling, center-mounted driver seat, and a fax machine.
When it comes to the construction of modern supercars, certain materials spring to mind. Carbon fiber. Titanium. Aramid weave. Gearhead dreams and the fancies of automotive engineers tend to feature shiny, expensive, occasionally spider-inspired materials. Some things just feel like the future. But what about wood?. In at least one...
Classic muscle cars symbolize an era of both motoring and American history when precision engineering, handling, and fuel efficiency weren't considerations. Instead, it was all about raw engine power and a profile to match — the kind of appearance that immediately makes a person's adrenal glands go into overdrive. But there's even more to it than that.