Being stuck in standstill traffic on the interstate isn’t anyone’s idea of a good time. Things get especially frustrating when you have to wait for a cleanup crew to take care of a semi’s spilled goods. But what if that truck was filled with thousands of dollars in cash?
A company that runs video-gambling machine had a truck carrying tens of thousands of dollars when it lost control and tipped in the middle of Illinois. The crash sent money flying everywhere. While there weren’t any injuries, crews were sweeping up tens and twenties for over an hour. So, if you’re driving along I-74 in central Illinois anytime soon, keep your eye out for forgotten cash floating around. You can watch the full video here.
This weekend on PowerNation we check out a one of a kind auto shop. Owner Mark Lambert works on what he considers to be some of the best cars to come out of Detroit: the 1920s and 1930s American cars. And all from an old Nashville firehouse that was turned into his shop!
He feels they are the most roadworthy and durable cars on the road like those from Packard, Pierce Arrow, and even Rolls Royce. Mark is a one-man band, but yet a lot of cars come through the old firehouse doors. Mark is also a Concours level judge at events like the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, or what Mark calls the Super Bowl of car shows. He’ll give you some of the secrets to what judges really look for at that level. To top it off, Mark and Gannon also take a ride in one of Lambert Auto’s Packards.
It’s an amazing amount of cool content, plus we have four brand new episodes of hardcore how-to you can use from our shops so be sure to tune in Sunday morning at 9am ET on Paramount Network.