I have no idea if what you'll see in the pictures was done by the municipal service or by weather, but these cars were badly injured by snow and ice that suddenly started to fall down from the roofs. As for the video, this is one of the examples how municipal service in Russia clears snow from roofs…
These photos are of scads of abandoned Corvettes some of which are very rare. This brings up several interesting questions. Who would abandon such valuable automobiles and who do they belong to now? Perhaps the most important question is: How do I get to where they are now?
These aren’t your everyday motorcycles. In fact, some people would argue that the contraptions in these photos aren’t motorcycles at all. Some look more like cars with two wheels and others are as big as a house. Whatever they are they are sure neat looking and I am sure a lot went into building them.
Apparently, thieves in Vietnam steal everything they can, event the smallest parts of the cars. So, car owners had to ‘reinforce’ some elements of their cars to make it impossible for thieves to steal. Take a look..
The Dakar is an annual rally raid type of off-road automobile race. Most events since the inception in 1978 were from Paris, France to Dakar, Senegal, but due to security threats in Mauritania, the 2009 Dakar Rally was run in South America (Argentina and Chile), the first time the race took place outside of Europe and Africa. It returned to South America this year too. The race will finish in Buenos Aires. The participants will have to run for 9,000 kilometers. Very exciting and spectacular race!
Ok, there’s a good chance it’s just a bunch of girls posing stuck with ‘their’ cars in the snow ‘cause there’re too many pretty girls in skirts and high heels driving more or less expensive cars in the middle of nowhere to be true situations, but who knows… Anyway, it’s not less pleasant to see…
All the cars you will see in this post crashed in 2009 and the least expensive one costs $165,000!! Lots of bad luck or bad drivers, you choose… Anyway, lots of wrecked supercars await you inside the post.
Those sculptures are made by Austrian Artist James Corbett, he creates them by using old car parts taken from scrap yards. Then he sells his creations for thousands of pounds! It’s really an amazing work, take a look!
This ‘monument’ represents the future for those who are irresponsible enough to drink and drive. It was erected in Moscow, Russia. The bottle is 45 feet high and is full of wrecked cars inside of it. Even though this metal piece can be found grotesque and ugly I think it’s the best way to attract people’s attention.
Kiev, capital of Ukraine, is a beautiful city in which you can see lots of expensive cars like Ferraris, Chevrolets, Jaguars, Porsches…etc. This is not a rich city, but rich people living in it seem to like buying luxurious cars! So here is a large collection of those cars that you can see sometimes in Kiev’s streets.
It's incredible how these “drawings” can look cool on cars. And the most interesting is that it does not require any special or sometimes very expensive paint. The simple dirt is used to do this and it’s totally free. However, in order to create such masterpieces one must have a great talent. See for yourself.
In one of Russia's apartment complexes, someone blocked the drive way lane with his/her car. A tow truck was called. But it wasn’t enough just to remove the car, people whose cars have been blocked decided to give a lesson to the unlucky drive way blocker…
Nine-year old Rohan Ajit Kokane set a new world record in the limbo skating under the cars. He rolled blindfolded only 8 inches above the ground. However, he said that in the future he would try to roll under more than 3 cars at once. In India, the enthusiasm to this sport is spreading very quickly among children.
Today, I'll show you the real can cars )) They were manufactured in the early 80’s in Florida. They were based on Volkswagen mechanicals these cars were from Volkswagen. The owner tried to obtain manufacturer’s license for serial production of such cars, but he was allowed to produce only 300 cars per year. After some time, the production had ceased, but they still can be found in private collections.
Chechen weddings are really big or at least the corteges are! Lots of cars and not cheap ones!! Take a look at how it happens over there.
Cortege of a Chechen wedding in Chechnya!
Chechen wedding celebrations are quite impressive. It’s not just few cars, it’s at least one hundred of expensive cars parading under some shooting in the air, all of that escorted by a few police cars…
Everybody heard a lot about the quality of Chinese automotive industry, but there are also craftsmen who make all of this with their own hands. Here are a few examples. And though it may all look absurd, these masters are doing a great job, at least they try to turn their dreams into reality. Let's start with perhaps this car, as I understand it is the Chinese interpretation of a Hummer: