Breaking down is a merit badge all car guys obtain at one point or another, because it’s simply not possible to experience the highs of enthusiast car ownership without also taking in the lows. One can never truly enjoy a sunny day without experiencing a couple rainy ones as well. Breaking down is one thing.
The S-10 Blazer/Jimmy is without a doubt one of the most forgettable GM products ever made. Its basic, average looks, image of safety and unusually large, flat trunk made it the darling of high school parking lots nationwide. But is it possible to buy one of the dirtiest examples ever, restore it on a budget,
In my years flipping cars on Craigslist, I like to think I’ve seen it all. However, each day proves to me again and again that I simply haven’t. With that, I’m going to start sharing some of the more absurd interactions and experiences I’ve had in this business in my new series: Tales of Craigslist. I
The magic in a first car is undeniable. The anticipation, the freedom, and the utter financial devastation. Even for someone who had been driving for years in a car loaned by their parents, buying a car that was 100% unarguably theirs is a magical moment for a young gearhead. Suddenly the freedom to modify and customize the