Posts Tagged “how-to”

Project: Pony Up -Part Three

By | March 5, 2015

Project Pony Up has been progressing a little slower than I’d like.  Largely because of time.  Unfortunately that is how car projects nearly always seem to go.  A job you figure will only take an hour to complete often times ends up taking most of the day.  This is an important thing to keep in […]

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Project: Pony Up -Part One

By | July 20, 2014

At the end of May we introduced the project series, Project: Pony Up.  This series will follow a 1967 Mustang getting a 5.0 V8 and T5 transmission swap among other things.  The car will eventually become a daily-driven track stallion but on a college student budget so we will be taking things slowly and one […]

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How To: Audi A3 Front Wheel Hub Replacement

By | August 3, 2013

My wife’s A3 has reached the point where it become the cause of my lack of sleep. It’s not that anything catastrophic has happened to the car, but at 91,000 miles, zee German engineering is just beckoning to have something go wrong with it. So, the best way to beat it is to stay one […]

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Prep Your Car For Winter: 5 Easy Tips

By | November 2, 2010

Winter is just around the corner and that means cold days and freaking chilly nights. And while you get to stay in a nice warm place at home or work, your car is going to be stuck in a cold garage or worse- a freezing parking spot outside. And with this change in temperature come […]

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