Enjoy the stories of more famous death cars. Don’t be embarrassed to admit that you revel in stories of speed and death like the rest of us rubber-neckers. CLICK HERE if you missed the beginning of this article. Famous death cars No. 4 – James Dean’s 1955 Porsche 550 Spyder James Dean made it clear Read on! →

So, was Jayne Mansfield decapitated in her 1966 Buick 225 Electra? That answer and more about the most famous death cars of all time may surprise you. Click if you missed PART 1 or PART 2 of this article. Famous death cars No. 7 – Jayne Mansfield’s 1966 Buick 225 Electra While it isn’t true Read on! →

“Cars are made to go, not to stop,” says Jean-Paul Belmondo in the 1960 French New Wave film “À bout de souffle.” But when they go and get into an auto accident, cars and drivers stop hard. In some tragic cases, there is no souffle, no breath and no life that remains. With that in Read on! →

When most people use phrase “death car,” usually they mean cars that are dangerous to drive or cars that famous people kicked the bucket in. However, the reigning king of the death cars is a seemingly innocuous luxury barge from the 1960s, the Mercedes-Benz 600. The king death car The term “death cars” or “death Read on! →