Canned foods made their debut on store shelves in the 19th century, and they’ve only become more common ever since. From your local deli to supermarkets, you can find pretty much anything—from tuna to pineapple—in canned form. But how did we get here? The history of canned food is more intricate than you’d think, and…
The Pacific Coast Rover Club went on a day of exploration out into the Oregon woods. We took this as a good opportunity to see the conditions of the trails and plan some future trips.
i meant the bumper part lol
Josh picks up a Mustang EcoBoost from Seattle and promptly gets out of town to hit some back roads and burn a little rubber. It isn’t really a full review, but we hope you find it entertaining. Thanks for watching and if you like it please subscribe.
One question came to mind, “can a Prius actually be that nimble?” I mean, sure, at the hands of the right guy, but still, it if can happen, I'm impressed.
Fucking BMW drivers. Jfc we get it, you drive an M3. Now fix that water pump and head gasket. And for the love of God get new headlights.
You may not know this, but some automakers have special parking lots in the middle of nowhere for employees who “go rogue”—who dare to drive cars from competing manufacturers. Here’s why I think it’s bullshit.
I took a bit to wrap up some camera buying advice and after writing it up I realized more people could possibly benefit from this so I’m going to share it here because sharing is caring.
Ha! Awesome. I actually have a FT-2900R in my camper/tow pig. 1998 GMChevy K2500/454. That little radio works well.
Not a head unit, a Ham Radio! A Yaesu FT-2900R 2 meter rig paired up to a Browning SB-180-b nmo mount antenna. I’m glad to finally be able to hit the Raleigh repeater W4DW from 20 miles away with full clarity. Going to a ham fest in Winston Salem this weekend to try and pickup a cheap power suply so I can use this…
Ok, so troubleshooting the gauges on Project 1985 Corvette is just as much of a nightmare as is restoring the Tuned Port Injection system.
Look at this cool combination tach/speedo that was in the Volvo Tundra concept:
Like most people, I have a soft spot for an old dashboard filled with big, analog gauges. It’s a satisfying thing to watch a long needle sweep and dance along the arc of a gauge. I love it. It’s partially because of this love that I say this: it’s time to let analog gauges die.
The Mini picked up a nasty vibration. Pulled the passenger side front tire off and found what looks like rubber build up on the second tread bar in from inner edge. What causes that? Alignment? Bad bushings?
These are the crafty tips and tricks you need to know to help you and your car survive winter.