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A Junkyard’s Price List Can Let You Know if a Car Is Reliable
While I’m doing the math to see if a car's worth restoring and re-selling, I use Car-Part's national database of junkyards to see what parts cost.
Painting Carpets Can Work but You’re Usually Better Off With a Proper Deep Clean
Carpet dye can be a quick fix to spruce up stained fabric.
My Old Land Rover And I Survived Our First 850 Mile-Road Trip Together
The Disco stayed nice and cool for the entire trip up. It lost a tiny bit of oil, but otherwise, it was pretty unspectacular which I'm quite happy about.
How To Bleed Your Vehicle’s Brakes
Spongy brakes? It’s time for someone to bleed.
You Can Definitely Jump Start a Car With Another Car; That Viral Facebook Post Is Bullshit
This viral Facebook status says jumping modern cars is impossible. Yeah, that's a lie.
Here’s What I’ve Spent Getting My $1,500 Fiat 500 Abarth to Nice Driving Condition
Before I picked this thing up, all I knew about Fiats was that a friend of mine had a 500 that got lemon law'd. And yet...
What Does a Serpentine Belt Do?
A serpentine belt helps keep the car running.
I Almost Had to Re-Install My Subaru Outback’s Engine Twice
Knocking is usually very bad.
A Used Audi S8 Gets You a Lamborghini-Like V10 for Less Than $20,000 These Days
It's mind boggling that Audi put such a wild engine in an executive sedan.
79th Productions Is a Great Channel for Low-Budget Restorations of Modern Classics
$1,500 to $2,000 for an entire project? Now that's relatable.