A bad wheel bearing also when turning it sounds worst or straight driving
That sounds like the starter isn't hitting the flywheel like it suppose to!
Sounds like you need new brakes. When they get worn down they make a metal on metal sound.
metal, right? Sounds like metal, yes.
Sounds like you've got a bad driveshaft.
Sounds like the shock bushings are worn out are loose.
Sounds like it is a metal other than gold or silver. Might be gold or silver plate over a base metal. The gold or silver (if it was plated) could have worn down revealing the base metal, or you might just be having a reaction to whatever metal it is made of...usually will contain copper or nickel, which is why your finger is turning green.
Sounds like worn out shock absorbers.
the metal wears down from the gear turning metal against metal
If you have a front-wheel-drive car, the first thing I would check would be the Constant Velocity (CV) joints.
he sounds like metal hiting metal
Turning metal into gold.
no, that is oxidation. Reduction is when the metal is reduced from its metal oxide to its elemental form. As turning rust into iron.
A lathe is a machine that is used to carve wood or metal by turning it.
they are made by a metal that is not hard & Cause it not to be a metal cause they are not the same compound.
That sounds like the description of a metal.
one possible cause is a bad wheel bearing one that wheel. it will allow the wheel to lean excessivly when turning. I've had this happen on my jeep several times.
Metal recycling is the process of turning old, used and perceived useless metal into a new material. This process is encouraged by pay people for their scrap.
That sounds extremely unlikely.