The 1AAuto Blog has entered the building.

The Hands of a 1A Auto Blogger.

I am absolutely thrilled to announce the launch of the 1AAuto “Nutts and Bolts” Weblog.  I know what you’re thinking, “why are there are two T’s in the word Nutts? Is there already a typo in this thing?”  Nope.  It is not a joke, and it’s not even a typo.  Jeremy Nutt is my name, and I will be the primary editor of this internet breakthrough of an automotive blog.  With a last name like mine, you really need to take charge of the never ending genealogical ridicule, and begin to make the name work for you.  I really had no choice in this matter; I just had to put my name to work.  Thus, “Nutt’s and Bolts” was born.

The foundation of this exquisite piece of computerized literature is constructed of cars, trucks, and everything else automotive.  It will quickly grow to become your favorite hangout for riveting automotive articles, how-to’s, news, product reviews, videos, pictures, and plenty of entertaining banter.  As if that isn’t enough, the greatest part of the entire Nutts and Bolts Blog will be you, the reader.   Seriously!  You have the full ability to respond to anything I (we) write.  I know you have plenty of things to fess up about, and I want to hear it.  So, cheers to you!  Now, let’s get this thing fired up!

7 comments to The 1AAuto Blog has entered the building.

  • Melvin Wright

    Hello, I think this will work because everyone has questions they would like to ask from time to time concerning their auto's! I'll be looking to see how things are going and as soon as I have a question or need a part, I'll be there!

    Melvin

  • dan

    DEAR SIR'S I THINK THIS IS A GOOD IDEA WE WILL FIND OUT TIP'S AS THIS GOES ON I HAVE PLAYED WITH CARS FOR 40YRS AND STILL LEARN SOMETHING NEW ALL THE TIME THANKS DAN

  • Melvin & Dan -> Thanks for stopping by. We are all really excited about this new addition to our site, and we will be adding to it multiple times per week, so stop in frequently to see what the latest excitement is!

    -Jeremy

  • Tom

    I do my own auto maintenance and most minor upgrade and repair work, but primarily I am looking for a site that I can share with the Boy Scouts I work with. They are just starting to get into cars and I am teaching them Automobile Maintenance. I taught this last year too and I am always looking for ways to improve what I do, expand my knowledge and share my knowledge in order to teach others.

  • dan

    TOM I TOO WAS IN SCOUT'S MID60'S-EARLY70'S BIGGEST THING WE DID WAS BUILD OUR DOG SLED LET ME KNOW HOW IT WORK'S OUT DAN

  • Robert Wright

    To Tom and the boy scouts: An easy to remember formula for the four stroke cycle of an internal combustion engine is: SUCK, SQUEEZE, POP, FOOEY. AKA Intake, compression, power, exhaust. I learned this back in the early 50's in Automobile Hot Rod books. I never lost my love of the early cars and have several antique cars that I love to work on daily. Thanks for teaching the boys!

  • Tom

    Robert and other past scouters,

    I use SUCK, SQUEEZE, BANG, BLOW for the cycles of a 4 cycle engine. I got this from a guy in the Civil Air Patrol. That is what CAP uses to teach their cadets.

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