A car dealer in Florida on eBay called AutoNationDirect has just launched a seriously incredible promotion from March 23rd to march 30th that is about to make your jaw drop. Over the next 8 days, they are going to be selling 29 BRAND NEW cars at 50% off MSRP. Too good to be true? Well, as long as you meet the terms and conditions (which look doable to me), you get a fully warrantied, brand new car for a ridiculously low price. . . . → Read More: Brand New Cars Being Listed At 50% Off MSRP On eBay Right Now!
Since the year 2000, there has been an event going on call the TX2K. It was initially intended as a drag racing event for Toyota Supras, but quickly grew into a thrilling cornucopia of insanely fast cars, including many, many exotics. . . . → Read More: Supra Loses a Door at 185mph at TX2K12
One of my long term dreams in life is to own a beautiful old Porsche. I haven’t yet decide which model or just how old it will be, but a convertible ehem… sorry, roadster really does sound quite nice. It doesn’t necessarily have to be super fast, but it will need to be as functional and nimble as it was when it was new. I want to carve the farm surrounded rural roads of New England without a radio, totally enveloped in the amazingly distinct sounds that the air cooled engines can only produce. Maybe I’ll be wearing a well worn leather jacket with some cracks in it, along with a cool hat. Yeah, a hat… that will be nice. . . . → Read More: Porsche 356 Convertible Dream Project
Next up, all the accessories were bolted on, fluids were swapped out, and it was time to start her up. Before taking that big leap though, I wanted to make sure that the engine had plenty of oil pressure. So I unplugged the injectors and coils, and spun the engine over with the starter until the oil light turned off. It took about 3 rounds of cranking the engine for 5 seconds to get to that point. Then came that moment. . . . → Read More: Subaru Legacy GT Limited Part 2
Over the weekend I was sent a picture of a car that was spotted on the edge of a wooded area. Typically, I’m fairly good at identifying cars in the woods, but this one left me a bit puzzled. To me, the headlight area looked Karman-Ghia-ish, the curved door looked Italian, and the . . . → Read More: Old Car In The Woods
With the Mayan calendar running out later on this year, we all may find ourselves battling the undead sooner than we initially expected. During this time, Mad Max-esque vehicles will be our only hope for travel. We’ll obviously need the basic zombie apocalypse survival vehicles, along with the search and recovery vehicles. Then there’s today’s . . . → Read More: Zombie Hunting Vehicle Here
When you rebuild a carburetor that hasn’t been used in a long while, the jets are guaranteed to be clogged up. There are tools that you can buy to pick all of the crusty nougat out of the microscopic holes, but I have a different method that works terrific. First, I like to . . . → Read More: Carburetor Rebuild Tip Quicky