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  • Honda Recalls Half-Million CR-Vs For Door Fire Problem

  • Batmobile Documentary Tells the Story of the Dark Knight’s Famous Ride

  • Canadian Motorcycle Rider Goes on Suicide Speed Run

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  • Ken Block Destroys San Francisco in Gymkhana Five

  • How the F%@k Do You Get 3 Million Miles on a Volvo?

  • Evolution of the F1 Race Car

  • Rebuilding an Engine is Always Faster with Stop Motion Animation

  • The Disgustingly Fast Bowler EXR-S: It’s Not Your Wife’s SUV

    The 550-horsepower Bowler EXR-S is not your wife's SUV.

  • BMW Bullet Art: Water Balloons Never Saw it Coming

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  • Motorcycle Madmen Can Freestyle on Crotch Rockets Like They’re BMX Bikes

  • Insane Crash at Le Mans

  • The Britalian Job

  • Tripple Black Attack

  • Lamborghini Aventador vs. F16 Fighting Falcon

  • Urban Outlaw Porsche

  • Death of Speed: Poetry in Motion

    This 300SL Gullwing is the culmination of a thirty year dream and unlike other cars, it's not sitting in some collectors showroom, it's hitting the open road and hitting it often.

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  • Honda’s Personal Robotic Scooter

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  • Introducing the Beer Moth, All in One Truck and House

    If you've got a 1956 Conmer Q4 fire service truck just sitting around in your driveway, you could throw on a new coat of paint and call it a day. Then again, you could do what Walter Micklethwait did and convert it into a fully functional living space complete with oak floors, Victorian double bed and kitchen.