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A British man has confessed to making love to over 30 different cars and setting up a website to explain his techniques to the masses.

It was British tabloid The Sun which today lifted the bonnet on people who love cars – a little too much.

It quoted the story of Chris, apparently a 38 year old from the West Country, who claims to have made the beast with two boots with everything from a Peugeot 205 to his current squeeze, a Jag XK8. Donald is not afraid of exploring the boundaries of his sexuality. He’s also had brief flings with two motorboats and a jetski.

Donald tells the paper that a nice car was a “feast for the sense…smells, feelings, and tastes.”

Not only does he like a bit of quick fit action, he also runs a website devoted to his auto erotic pastime, and claims to be in touch with about 500 other crankshaft fanatics.

Chris’s site appears to be here. We hope he’s got extra bandwidth lined up, as no doubt it will soon be overloaded with other vehicle lovers hoping to stage the ultimate car key party.

A quick cruise of the web uncovers extensive evidence of this major contributor to global warming. Here on YouTube a woman pleasures an automobile, while here fans discuss strategies to ease the pain of tailpipe action.

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