A man bought a Volvo P1800 brand new in 1966 and has since driven it nearly 3 MILLION miles.
In 1947 Reuben Snodgrass crashed a flying car when it ran out of gas… before takeoff he had checked the car’s fuel gauge rather than the plane’s.
There is a car with 99 mpg, but was never sold because automakers say Americans don’t want small, full-efficient cars.
Stephen King bought the van that hit him so that he could beat the shit out of it when he felt better.
There is a couple who has been on a road trip around the world since 1984 with the same Toyota Land Cruiser.
In the first American automobile race (1895), the winning car’s average speed was 7 mph.
Clyde Barrow (Bonnie and Clyde) once wrote a letter to Henry Ford, thanking him for the reliability and performance of his V-8 automobiles.
Porsche puts the ignition on the left of the steering wheel because Le Mans racing drivers used to make running starts, this way they can shift and start the engine simultaneously.
Speedometers tell you you’re going 10% faster to account for accuracy errors.
No butts about it: Nissan has invented an artificial butt to test car seats.