The solution to the puzzle that Merle hadn’t been able to solve in 1979, was almost all there in bright blue marker. I, of course, was then, as I often am now, when it comes to figuring out “car stuff,” clueless. The clues did though definitely mean something to Merle, and for anyone as much at a loss as I was, I will try to interpret them as best I can. . . . → Read More: 1966 Pontiac GTO Tin Indian Part 3
From that day forward my life was never to be the same. That restoration was the beginning of my involvement in the hobby whether I wanted to be involved or not. . . . → Read More: 1966 Pontiac GTO Tin Indian Part 2
It isn’t just a post though. It is a 5 part story written by Janice Green, about a very special 1966 Pontiac GTO. So, I will roll out 1 part per day for the next 5 days. You’ll want to grab a coffee and a comfy chair for this one, it’s quite an incredible true story. . . . → Read More: 1966 Pontiac GTO Tin Indian Part 1
Back when I was young and fearless, I used to ride down metal slides on freshly waxed cookie sheets (I don’t want to brag…). To this date, it was probably the fastest that I have ever traveled, so needless to say I have a very healthy fear of speed. . . . → Read More: In Car Video: Hill Climb Crash in a BMW E30
Just when you thought that the automotive world had nothing left to offer, I bring you this. It’s a 2002 Subaru WRX with what I would call “tank tracks”, instead of wheels. Now, I know what you might be saying “I already saw one of these in the Ken Block video, so it’s not cool anymore…”. Yea, I know, but Ken Block’s wasn’t able to be bought either. This one most certainly is. . . . → Read More: Must-See: Subaru WRX with Tank Tracks
Here, we have a snowmobile engine powering a Mazda Miata . . . → Read More: Snowmobile Powered Miata
Last weekend was beautiful outside, so after a much needed yard clean up, I wrapped up my day by washing some cars of their wintery mud & salt. As I was washing the bugs, dirt, and mysterious goo off I began pondering, how often do other people wash their cars? Do I wash them more or less often than my peers? So I’m throwing the question out there for you guys to enlighten me . . . → Read More: 1A Auto Blog Asks: How Often Do You Really Wash Your Car?