The new Citroen C5 facelift for China is a rip-off of the pre-facelift Renault Safrane.
What with being a new parent, starting a new job, maintaining an old ass GM product and going to school and such. I just wanted to drop by and say that I don’t regret buying this gas sucking monstrosity one bit. I quite like it!
A fire has dealt a devastating blow to a well-known Canadian monster truck team.
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What would you do with it? I was thinking a 510, but it would probably end up in my Valiant.
Toyota makes a lot of trucks...like more than most people realize. There are some “duplicates” on this list but if I’ve included it, its because it has some differences with the other version that make it unique. If you count variations in cab/wheelbase, there are over 24 trucks. If you count unique platforms…
Replaced the starter and deleted the A/C compressor which was still hanging out on the car despite the A/C long having been deleted on this car. When it was caught out in the street during a flood the compressor got filled with water and started making the most awful noise in the universe. A $7 belt from Rockauto and…
$2500. 5.0. 5 speed.
Bruh, these wheels
The information here is mostly pretty good. If we’re talking domestic vehicles that are more than 10-15 years old. Technical critique and overload incoming...
This is pretty cool and creepy at the same time.
In general, when you modify a car to make tons of horsepower, you want to beef up the drivetrain. You know, so you don’t leave shredded gears and oil all over the road after a launch. But Nissan technician Matthew Parris from Massachusetts is going to risk it by shoving 500 ponies through a standard Juke SL’s CVT…
Haters will say it’s photoshop.
The Toyota Fortuner. I always thought it was Fortune-r. But apparently it’s For-choon-er. Bizzare.
Welcome to Generation Gap where we ask you about your favorite generation of a certain multi-generational car nameplate. Then, explain why your choice is right to the rest of us uneducated folks.