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Ah the 70’s, such a weird time for automakers. They were trying to sell cars anyway they could while dealing with Government Mandates on Fuel Economy, Emission Controls, and Federal Bumper Regulations.
Welcome to another Hooniverse Weekend, and I thought I would start out with this… It os a 1975 Chevrolet Monza Town Coupe with the V-8 under the hood.
You still mot passing emissions? I’ll bet it’s the cat. Have you looked at the cat? I’m thinking it’s the cat, they’re always trouble.
Every once in a while, there are benefits to being on the e-mail list of aftermarket parts supply companies.
Welcome to the Hooniverse News! As always, this is a weekly recap of some of the biggest stories in the automotive industry without the fluff or bull.
Are you getting ready for Superbowl Sunday? No? You’re not into the big game? Well, how about Figure It Out Friday, and a more intimate contest we like to call the Mystery Car?
The spec we’ve all been waiting for is here. Mazda has been teasing us with details on the next-generation MX-5 Miata for months, first releasing a drivetrain photo, then the bodywork and a handful of details.
Welcome to week two of our review of the Obscure Muscle Car Garage, and this time we are looking at the Obscure Muscle Cars that were produced during the height of the Muscle Car Era, the 1960’s.
For the most part modern cars look pretty, well, modern. There are some that are presently in production however, that do seem like they are travelers from a past era.
Do you remember how cool cars used to be? I mean, sure there are plenty of cool cars made now, but back in the day there was so much that you could do to make your car yours.
Put the car in gear to pull away from the stoplight. Slowly let up on the clutch. A moment that feels almost like forward motion is followed by grinding.
Welcome back to the Carchive, where we look at the dealer literature of the past through the magnifying glass of hindsight, and give me an excuse to hoard vast quantities of old crap into the bargain.
For those of us looking to broaden our automotive skill set, the biggest fear is attempting some a first-time job on a car we care about and screwing it up.
Yes, I know Mad Max drove an old Ford. It Mr. Mad were around in the modern era, there’d be no question about what he would driving; the 2015 Dodge Challenger Hellcat.
Top Gear sent a giant, 9-meter (30-foot), Stig to Warsaw, Poland.
Welcome to Thursday Trivia where we offer up a historical automotive trivia question and you try and solve it before seeing the answer after the jump.
I pulled up to the stoplight. Third gear was still a mystery to me, but I was working on it. I’ll figure this truck out sooner rather than later, but I was still stuck in the getting to know you phase of our relationship.
Question for you: What’s 3 inches tall, and pisses me off? That’s right, the answer is speed bumps. Now, don’t get things twisted, I’m not one of those Volkswagen kids with crazy camber, zero suspension travel, and frequently cracked oil pans.
So I just bought a part for one of my cars – a fairly esoteric suspension piece – and the place that had the best mix of price and delivery time amazingly proved to be… Amazon.
What was it that Jeff Goldblum’s character in Jurassic Park said? You were so preoccupied with whether or not they could that they didn’t stop to think if they should. Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day.