This is Will Smith's mobile home which is known as The Heat. It has two stories and is fully decked out and is complete with a full kitchen, dining room, sleeping quarters and Will’s personal gym which is in a separate 55-foot trailer that is parked next to The Heat. The mobile home reportedly set Will back a cool $1,800,000.
The owner of this Porsche 911 decided to donate his car to the American Gun Club after its cooling system and engine failed. The mechanic provided the owner an estimate of almost $20,000 for repairs so the owner gave the car to the American Gun Club in Massachusetts. More than 140 people shot the car up and provided the ammunition and weapons.
Alexander Miller, along with his wife Imogene, lived on a dilapidated farm in East Orange, Vermont from 1946 until their deaths in 1993 and 1996. Seemingly unwilling to fix up the farm, and living without central heating and limited electricity the Miller’s managed to accumulate a tremendous amount of valuable cars. Miller went through one VW beetle after another, fixing them as best he could until they broke down again.
Companies that restore and bring retro cars back to their authentic looks often have to deal with a heap of rusty iron that hardly reminds a vehicle as their source material. It’s difficult to imagine how much effort it takes them to create a shiny great-looking car. But thanks to Precision Restorations Company from St.Louis that has finished a very unusual project, it’s now possible.
A drunk woman managed to turn Hummer H2 into a heap of metal in Lithuania. The 28-year-old woman exceeded the speed limit and missed her turn. The car ran off the road and flipped over. The woman and her companion weren’t injured, and even a pack of beer remained unbroken.
The man had imported this Hummer H2 from the USA only a few days before this accident. What a waste of money…
This 220 ft., 140 ton chimney in Reading, Berkshire that would normally take tons of dynamite to demolish was brought down in a matter of seconds by four Volkswagen pickup trucks. It was actually a publicity stunt for Volkswagen. However, the chimney toppling still took months of careful planning from demolition experts and structural engineers.