One car that I have seen several times over the past couple of years is this 63-64? Fairlane 500 with a twin turbocharged 5.0L nestled under the hood. This sort of thing always brings a smile to my face because it soooo outside the box, and most likely disturbingly fast. Both of which I happen to appreciate greatly. . . . → Read More: Just a Twin Turbo Fairlane 500
This is simply a beautiful Nova drag car that I saw last season at New England Dragway in Epping New Hampshire. Low cars with fat tires gets me every – single – time. . . . → Read More: Simply A Great Looking Nova Drag Car
It’s not just a bike though. This is a 1984 Harley XR 1000, and yes it is brand new, straight from 1984 to your computer screen. You can’t make this stuff up. . . . → Read More: Brand New 1984 Harley-Davidson XR-1000 In The Box
It’s no secret that when you mix vehicles and excitable farm animals, you can nearly guarantee yourself a great youtube video (and entertaining car blog). Today, for all of you animal/automotive lovers out there, we have just that. It’s a sheep cyclone, no… a sheep… tornado! . . . → Read More: Automotive Sheep Cyclone Spotted
Last year we discussed the new Top Gear USA that had graced our TV’s for the very first time, and there were some mixed reviews. I personally liked it, but hoped that the whole thing would get a bit less “stiff” as the season went on. Luckily, it did. By the end of the season, the Tanner, Adam, and Rutledge were really flowing together quite well. . . . → Read More: Are You Ready For The New Top Gear USA Season?
Today it was above freezing in the garage, so I decided that it would be a great time to finally finish the 1972 Nova inner wheel house that I had started several weeks ago. We left off in the last post with the repair panel about 95% made. So today I just had to clean the surrounding areas up and prepare the new panel to be welded in. Easy enough right? . . . → Read More: 1972 Nova Inner Wheel House Metal Fabrication: Part 2
A user known as “timmmy” got a great deal on a 2003 Audi RS6 that had a junk twin turbo engine. He decided that rather than replacing it with a very expensive factory replacement, a 2004 GTO LS1 would be the best candidate to go in its place. The best part? He kept the Audi manual transmission and the all wheel drive. For-The-Win. . . . → Read More: 2003 Audi RS6 LS1 Engine Swap