So I made the mistake of perusing Copart while bored one day. Unfortunately the lot like 5 miles from my house has a neat 1988 Mighty Max. Runs and drives! Clean Title! Unfortunately “Dealer Only.” Anyone know someone in North Carolina with a dealer license? I mean LOOK AT IT! I NEED THIS.
Neat short video of what goes on behind the scenes of one of the leading tractor pullers in the world.
I need to tell you something....
Master of Puppets, as recorded for an unreleased deluxe version of St. Anger.
Different. Cool, but different.
Lets face it, any Chvrches cover is is a damn good cover.
Per Facebook, some of the people on Street Outlaws have received a notice that if they continue street racing they will have their NHRA license revoked. They have so far responded like asshats including the hashtag #StreetRacingIsNotACrime.
Check, 1, two...
Dang, that's pretty.
May qualify as WTF of the night, but have to hand it to them this is some pretty impressive vehicle handling...
Was having a discussion with some fellow Opponauts about the fact that some manufacturers had been using cable driven clutches until the mid-2000's. This brought up the question: What was the first car (or bike even) with a hydraulic operated clutch? I know 80s BMWs had them, but there must have been something before…
As a heads up, the powers that be will be rolling out a new Kinja editor in the next few days. We will be getting it soon, and it will be rolling out across the sites in the future. More information below.
Do we need a reason for Walken dancing? No. Of course not. Though he will be in that Live-on-TV Peter Pan thing in a few weeks
How about some old-school snow clearing techniques
That is all.