mtdrift
mtdrift
2/13/20
12:52 PM
1

Hey, just a heads up that I’ve extended you admin rights for the site. I need some new perspectives and fresh ideas and its long past time that I was the sole proprietor for the direction of the site. Would love to hear your thoughts!

2/13/20
11:58 AM
136

I paid for that recline so I’m using it. You don’t get to determine which space is yours when the airline already did that my allowing the seats to recline. You’re not england of commercial airliners and you don’t get to colonize space I rightfully paid for. Recline your own seat if you don’t want be be close to the Read more

2/10/20
9:14 PM
466

Likely story. Jason - and all of Jalopnik - has been in the pocket of Big Otter Jizz for years now.

2/10/20
2:40 PM
32

So RealOEM puts that at an M12x1.5 bolt. The helicoil tap drill for an M12x1.5 insert is 12.5 mm... Read more

2/10/20
2:26 PM
68

David, don’t beat yourself up over it, it happens to every mechanic sooner or later.

If the thread chaser doesn’t fix it, you might be able to drill it out by hand, by just using progressively larger drill bits. Will be slow and tedious but probably faster than pulling the engine (although you might be able to undo Read more

2/10/20
11:25 AM
2

only complaint about that version is the lack of catharsis at the end.

1/28/20
8:06 AM
1

I saw that show too! I stood in the aisle of the theater, not caring for the fire risk, and sang every song. 

1/27/20
10:29 PM
54

My grandpa was the original owner of this 67, my dad is the third/current owner and just finished the full restoration. If I behave for the next few decades, I might be the fourth owner someday...

1/27/20
8:30 PM
3

A 1966 Type 3 was my first car. Unbelievably gutless, 6 volt headlights were useless at night time (no problem seeing at day time, however) and the battery under the rear seat caught fire once. Read more