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by The Keeper July 29, 2015


The official release of the Windows 10 upgrade rolled out yesterday. Free to anyone with an existing copy of Win 7 or 8, I decided to give it a whirl and upgrade my Win 7 desktop PC. The process was extremely simple and was completed in roughly 40 minutes. After several hours of use, I have to say that I’m liking it. The press has described Windows 10 as a combination of the best features of Win 7 and Win 8, and I’d have to say that’s right on the money. So far so good.


Here’s something you don’t see every day. The world record for jumping a semi-truck is sixty-two feet. Or, I should say was sixty-two feet! In the video featured above, check out Gregg Godfrey’s record breaking semi-truck jump!




Nitro Circus alum Gregg Godfrey only planned on flying his semi-truck 140 feet or so when he hit the ramp at the 14th Annual Evel Knievel Days in Butte, Montana on Friday night. He, uh, overshot it by a bit.


Godfrey’s astounding flight measured a full 166 feet, landing Godfrey even further into the record book than he anticipated. The old record was a mere 62 feet. It was one of three records broken that day: Godfrey’s nephew Tanner flew a four-wheel utility vehicle 202 feet over the gap, breaking the old 198-foot record, and “the KaMaKaZie Kid” Levi Troutman ran through 10 walls while on fire, smashing the old three-wall record, The Montana Standard reports.


Somehow, amazingly, the plan was to make the stunt even more awesome: The Montana Standard says Godfrey originally hoped to jump his big-rig over Evel Knievel’s “Red Hauler” tractor-trailer, but the legendary rig wouldn’t fit under the flight path.


No matter: This jump was astounding.

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by The Keeper July 28, 2015



One of my readers experienced a delayed HellCat sighting the other day. What the hell is that, you ask? Well, he saw a Dodge Challenger, thought it looked cool, but didn’t realize what he saw was actually really cool! Check out the story below…




Keep, This is AMAZING!!!!! I did not know this was a Hell Cat until I looked at it on my computer just now in full size. It was in front of a local Lowes and I just thought it looked COOL…..I GUESS IT WAS. 1st one I have seen in the “WILD” and if I had known I would have followed them until they stopped so I could check it out!!!!! I am sure you have heard about them at 707hp they are the Highest Output Production Engine to date. A friend was lucky and got a ride in a Charger HellCat with a guy who was writing a review for a car magazine and he said it was an AMAZING RIDE. The only “bad” thing I see about them is you have to get an Automatic Transmission but my friend said it shifts almost like you would a manual. The price on these is supposed to be $58,000 but they are going (if you can even get one) from $70,000 to $80,000 +…..


That is what I want but in Metallic Lime Green like my Old Hot Wheels Car!


I was also told buy a guy that delivers cars to rich people like Celebs and Pro Athletes that the Tesla you featured a few weeks ago had a listed price of $70,000 but he said he had picked some up and even got to take one home and they were more like $120,000+ but for that performance it’s way better than a Bugatti or Lambo price !


The last amateur pic was quite nice as well ! KEEP up the fine work as you know it is appreciated ! As always change the name to protect the “Innocent” !


-HellCat Fan

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by The Keeper July 27, 2015


The needle is in the heat as the Chicagoland area slips back into the extreme heat and humidity for the second time this year. Today is supposed to be the worst, but after that it’s expected to drop slightly into the upper eighties for the rest of the week. Am I pleased? Bet your life I am!


In fact, it’s so hot that even the color of vehicles are changing! Seriously, check out the video above to see a Lamborghini painted with a newly developed paint that changes color when it comes in contact with water! Personally, I think they could’ve picked a different design to show off its capabilities, but hey, it’s still pretty damn cool and will likely start showing up on custom cars.




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