Jay, Jake, and Jacob drive and give a completely unbiased comparison between the classic Ford Mustang SVO and the brand-new Ecoboost Mustang in this episode of Drive Fast Not Loud.
The term “rice” is an interesting phenomenon. Originating as the phrase “rice burner” it referred to, with hardly-subtle racial undertones, Japanese motorcycles that were modified garishly in an attempt to convey the idea of higher performance than the cycle was actually capable of. Eventually it changed to refer to Japanese cars as well, and then
For many car enthusiasts overcoming adversary is a skill employed nearly every time they open the tool box. Overcoming tragedy is a skill that some will require, and the way they approach it differs from person to person. This is the build thread/story of how I have been making the best of a bad situation
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.
It’s 4:05 PM on a beautiful Thursday afternoon in Wichita, KS. I’m sitting in seat 23A on an Embraer ERJ-145 watching YouTube videos while I wait for us to push back from the gate to head south to Houston, TX. We were supposed to leave at 3:05. We boarded at 3:30. ‘The maintenance crew should
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,
On Craigslist, there’s always been a scam; a scam so universal that it is practically ‘The Scam”. For someone selling one car, you might get this text maybe once or twice a week. I get these texts about 4 to 5 times a day now. Lucky me. “The Scam” works in 6 parts The scammer
I’m honestly surprised I haven’t been banned from Carmax by now. I use Carmax like I use Best Buy: a place to try out new toys before I inevitably buy them for a better price somewhere else, or don’t buy them at all. Actually that’s not really fair…I sometimes buy things at Best Buy. Carmax
Loud, not Fast is a feature where we highlight the unmentionable of the car world; the cars whose exhaust volumes are at significant odds with their lack of power. This week on Loud, not Fast, we’re featuring a 1998 Ford Ranger with a custom Thrush glasspack exhaust With an absolutely insane 150hp, the extremely loud
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