Author Archives: Jim White

24 Hours Of Le Mans Recap

By   June 19, 2018

2018 24 Hours of Le Mans

2018 24 Hours of Le Mans

The 24 Hours of Le Mans happened this past weekend and there was drama from the very first moments. Before we start our recap of the legendary 24 hour endurance race, there are spoilers below, so we will give you until the count of 3 if you don’t want to know what happened because you are going to watch the race later.

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How To Replace A Worn Shift Boot With New Leather

By   June 12, 2018

Shift Boot

Shift Boot

If you are like us then you enjoy a traditional manual transmission. Sure modern automatics are faster and are easier to use in city traffic, but the use of the third pedal adds so much to the driving experience.

Apart from the steering wheel the shifter is the most touched thing on a car with a manual gearbox. Because of this the leather or vinyl that is used can quickly look tired and in need of replacement.

If your shift boot is letting down the look of the rest of the car, then here are the steps to replace it.

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Is The Plymouth Prowler A Collector Car To Buy Now?

By   June 6, 2018

Plymouth Prowler

Plymouth Prowler

The Plymouth Prowler is one of the most unique looking modern cars. In the late 90’s the vehicle combined hot rod inspired styling with modern driving.

The Prowler was met with mixed reviews. Styling wise it stands out with its wedge shape and opened fender front wheels. The only thing that spoils the retro style are those pesky mandated bulky bumpers.

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Things People Say To Porsche Boxster Owners

By   May 29, 2018

Porsche Boxster

Porsche Boxster

The Porsche Boxster is a well balanced mid-engined sports car. It now sits just above the 718 Cayman in the model lineup, but was held back as the entry level vehicle for much of its production. The seductive lines of the roadster harken back to the legendary 550 Spyder and the 718 RSK Spyder that followed it.

The Boxster incorporates styling that looks like a Porsche with its arched fenders and low ride. The earliest 986 generation cars had a front end that looked exactly like the 996 generation 911, except for the bumper styling.

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