It's this weekend in Atlanta, Michigan.
The Impala's transmission has changed its mind about being a transmission. The S-10 was built when Bush was elected. No, not that one. His father. I need a new vehicle, and this 1993 Range Rover has caught my eye.
TheRPF.com is a website devoted to propmaking and such.
You're about to purchase the most beige of American automobiles: the 2000 Chevrolet
That's the conclusion I draw from the Cruiser being name-dropped in the lede.
An EMD SD60F at Goose Lake in Marquette County, delivering ore pellets to the dock at Presque Isle in Marquette.
Grinding under the hood (light grinding, not heavy like a starter) when starting, REDUCED ENGINE POWER light if it even starts. I'm thinking Throttle Actuator Control motor has its gears stripped out. Thoughts?
1998 Impreza wagon (manual). Engine is gone. Have a few guys taking the major bits off it, but I'm looking for a few things that may be useful. Grabbed the tape deck and speakers to build Murilee's Turbo II junkyard boombox, got the accelerator and fuses, grabbed the instrument cluster... what other odds and ends…
Take a look at this beauty. Opponauts get a special discount.
Impreza 2.2 in place of a Legacy's blown 2.5.
Never looked twice at a Volkswagen.
Two things: 1) crappy cell phone pictures, and 2) 1980s-1990s engine porn ahead.
Down here for a government conference. Any locals wanna suggest things to do in this town? The R E Olds Museum is a block away. Anything else that would interest an Opponaut?
Picture related. Charcoal, not.
1998 Subaru Legacy Outback wagon, five-speed, EJ25. Picked it up for under $200, which sounds awesome until you learn it's because the motor is blown. Previous owner brought it in to the shop, they tore it half apart and couldn't figure out what happened, so I bought it before he could scrap it.
I should know the answer to this, but it happens to be something I've never actually thought about, until now (that I have to)...
Everything from Vanguard I to the shuttle on here. Saturn IB on the handle. Heliocentric model of the solar system under the lid.
Brown? In places, yes.
I daily drive an '88 S-10, so this feels pretty nimble.
Can you guys allow pictures to show up with articles again? My load times are about the same, anyway.