Back in the late 80’s and early 90’s, American automakers decided that as the European car makers started making it big in America, they should find some way to profit on that success...well, they certainly tried but today it’s up to you to figure out if they succeeded 20 years later...here are three American two… »
It feels like a redline upshift from 1st to 2nd in a Citroen SM. This car is so sumptuously good. Can’t wait to have video for you guys!
Its made of composites like the 787 and it folds up at the tips. They also decided to make it in the U.S. instead of farming it out to Mitsubishi in Japan. »
I’m making a roof rack out of a damaged SUV bully bar and some lights a friend gave me. I’m pretty happy with it so far. »
And they have a power wheels demo derby for kids. Totally know what im signing my son up for on a few years »
Before I acquired my Drivers License I had maybe 7 hours driving experience, all in a vehicle equipped with an automatic transmission. I had purchased my truck 2 weeks before I passed my drivers test, after I got my license I exclusively drove my manual pickup. I have now driven over 9000 miles in my truck and about… »
And being reminded that Fiat equipped the Tipo Sedicivalvole with a rear suspension system that’s got nothing to do with the one found in the Tipo 1.6. Why they even bothered to call the Sedici a Tipo at this point is beyond me. Even better is how you can’t find the correct bushings in Brazil anymore.
Thanks, Dusty Ventures! Man, my car needs a bath. Also, I may need a bunch more of these for all the Azteks I’m about to buy. »
I’ll be able to keep it on the e34 in 13 years as per nc law. Has to be dealer or Comercial since they stopped stamping plates with years in the 80s. »
I’m a product manager for a living, which means I start a whole lot of product-related tasks and take them to 90% on the creative side, and then hand them off to other cross-functional folks to complete. It’s a job where my weird intersection of ADD and OCD traits really come in handy. I’ve been thinking about maybe… »
They range from about $30 to $80 for the challenger, but I wonder if there is a reasonable difference between a $30 sunshade and an $80 sunshade. »