When you drop your cut off wheel on the ground, or step on it, the wheel is going to break and leave you standing there angry. No matter how many times you try, you can’t fold it back and use the broken blade because you know it flies off dangerously every time. Seriously? . . . → Read More: Automotive Tips & Tricks: Suggestion #4
Between 1993 and 1998, Lincoln made two generations of the Mark VIII. The first gen was 1993-96 and the second was 1997-98. I always thought that they were a very underrated car, because there was much greatness hiding under their skin. . . . → Read More: Lincoln Mark VIII: Stink Buggin’
Some people are really great at building things out of metal, like Beck Mechanical for example. See, waaaay back in 2006 “Nine Ball” on LS1Tech wanted the most awesome intake manifold ever for his 427ci LS7. Beck Mechanical made it happen. . . . → Read More: Showing off a Beautiful Intake Manifold
VDub2625 over on VWVortex spotted this new Jetta in a local dealer. It is the meaning of a base model, like no radio sort of “base”. Why you ask? Well, because they are selling it brand new for $13K, and viola, it is posted all over the interwebs for being a strange bird. Win? Lose? I don’t even know? . . . → Read More: Did You Know That You Can Still Buy A New VW Without A Radio?
If you are a car enthusiast, there are a few videos that you are obligated to view at some point in life. “C’était un rendez-vous” is one of them. Like many good things, it is surrounded in lies and controversy, but fake or not, it is music to the ears. . . . → Read More: Oldie But Goodie: A Rendezvous In Paris
First off, LS series engines are a new obsession of mine. If all goes well, I will own one within the next week or two. Secondly, I just so happen to own a Subaru Impreza. So, it seems fitting that I post up a video of an LS engine swapped Subaru. The video claims LS-2, but it’s actually a 6.0L LQ4 from what I understand. Be sure to crank your volume way up for this one. . . . → Read More: Video: LS Engine Swapped Subaru Impreza.
With the magic of the internet, I happened to land on his Cardomain page where he has posted up many examples of his metallic art work. It is a variety of hottness, ranging from custom exhaust and intake manifolds, to modified turbos, his own A4, and truly insane SL-C Monocoque project. . . . → Read More: Because Beautiful Welding Never Gets Old.