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Photograph shows small car loaded down with 3,000 pounds of lumber and other building supplies
Photographs show a woman smuggled over the U.S.-Mexico border hidden in a car's dashboard.
Photographs show an Audi automobile made from solid silver.
Photographs show photo radar units concealed in wheeled bins.
Police car video records motorist suspected of DUI being subjected to some wacky sobriety tests.
Photographs show a rental car ruined by an American tourist (or a woman) who drove it 130 miles in first gear.
Photographs show automobiles tightly packed in a compact German parking garage.
Photographs show a new joystick-controlled Mercedes-Benz SCL600 automobile.
Photographs show a garbage truck converted into a camper.
Photographs show a Porsche with the words "CHEATING BASTARD" keyed into its side.
Photographs show a barn full of vintage automobiles discovered by the new purchaser of a Portuguese farmhouse.
Photograph shows workmen who have accidentally trapped their van within a barrier of bollards.
Photographs show a diamond-covered Mercedes-Benz automobile.
Photograph shows a traffic speed measurement unit embedded in a guardrail.
Photographs show thousands and thousands of unsold cars.
Photographs illustrate a trip to San Francisco in 1940 as described in a letter by Henry Ford.
A photograph shows a Texas plumbing company's truck in the hands of a militant group in Syria.
A getaway car was struck by lightning after robbing a church.
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