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HondoyotaE38: A Japanese and German Collab...wait a minute
hondoyota
Oct 11
3

How dare you call me princess. I identify myself as non binary. Lol. 

Oct 11
7

i’d like to see this repeated with a 1994 FD in red vs a 1994 MkIV Supra in blue

Oct 8
1

My first experience of maintaining a car was my M3, I mean I had an Explorer before, but that was under my parents tutelage. I’ve come to expect the worst and most expensive repair. I also had both throttle position actuators fail on me. Read more

Sep 25
1

Inaddition to the fan clutch tool, you may also need a (very long, but skinny) fan clutch wrench to get the bolt off. I don’t recall the size off the top of my head, but it should be the same as most VW/Audi fan clutch bolts (the forums could surely verify).  Some retail autoparts stores, and probably a local NAPA Read more

Sep 25
1

If you don’t have the requisite Bavarian fan clutch tool, a generic old school GM fan tool from HF or any autoparts store can be modified with a bit of grinding to fit your Bavarian fan for removal/installation. Once you have the fan out of the way, then I’d also remove the radiator. That should give you some room to Read more

Sep 25
3

The fan is reverse thread. Use a thin 32mm wrench and a rubber mallet.

Sep 15
4

You miss the point. The point isn’t to merely have more points than anyone else, the point is to have all the points. As many as possible. And outfitting a Vector can get you most of the way there, but you miss out on all the extra points that a pre-WWII French car with suicide doors gets you!

Sep 15
12
Oh, Jolene.

I just love this silly little car. It’s so fun to drive, even with its lack of power. I guess because it is so small