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The last time we visited the Ford section of The Carchive, it was to take a glimpse at a car that Ford didn’t have the faintest idea how to market.
So yeah… I went and bought another old Mercedes-Benz. First off, no the 300TD wagon we call The Wombat hasn’t been sold off.
Kit cars – most of which were based on the Volkswagen Beetle platform, usually consist of fiberglass body and doors, and then you are to provide the VW pan and drive train. Craigslist versions however, offer way more. Buying any used classic can be a roll of the dice, but ...
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.
Happy birthday, Ferruccio Lamborghini, born on this date in 1916. The Italian industrialist famously began his automotive business after being insulted by Enzo Ferrari when Lamborghini complained about the crappy quality of Enzo’s cars.
By now we have all seen the “here are 10 bands I seen live and 1 is fake” game going around on Facebook.
This episode of Cammed & Tubbed was a real treat for us, being that we’re both Porsche fanatics. John Polnik has been working on a project called Der Faszination for the last few months, producing high-quality films with a Porsche-centric theme and releasing one each week on YouTube.
Not that long ago I had a coworker whose husband owned a livery service, and among his client’s were the parents of former child actress Amanda Bynes.
Stockton California once went by the name “Mudville.” If that’s not sufficient indignity, the movie American Graffiti II was filmed in the City. Not American Graffiti mind you, but II, which sucked.
OK, Hoons and LeMoneers, here’s the deal. I’m sitting here with the 24 Hours of LeMons preview of the “Southern Discomfort” race at Carolina Motorsports Park to write and it goes live on the site in about 90 minutes.
We live at a time when Mercedes-Benz sells every single brand new 1970’s military vehicle with leather seats for over $200,000 that they can make.
Welcome back to Night School. Today’s lesson is about wrenching on the spinny bits that connect the power of the engine to the transmission.
The Porsche 991 GT3 right out of the box is one of the best driving cars that money can buy. With such features as rear wheel steering and it’s phenomenal PDK gearbox the 991 GT3 is a car that most anybody can get into and drive at an incredibly rapid ...
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.
Holy Crap we managed to make it to fifty episodes. This is incredible and worthy of celebration. We’re going to give you a gift, the gift of more DFL.
I’ve got to take a plane trip coming up pretty soon and that got me thinking about just how much I hate air travel.
I don’t know man, he doesn’t look all that happy. Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day. It’s meant to be an open forum for anyone and anything.
There’s a lot to love about the current generation of Subaru WRX. It’s quick, practical, gets decent gas mileage, handles quite well, and is easy to live with every day.
The welding world is full of horror stories about accidents involving wedding rings. The one I heard from the instructor in a community college welding class ended in the words, “peeled off his skin like a glove.” I’ll spare you the details; you can find as many stories as you can stomach ...