In the 1940s “Smog” became a popular word in the Los Angeles basin; people were complaining about a white smoke or sometimes a yellow...

Editor’s Note—This is a continuation of the Tune and Tech event from last month where Dave Ogel’s TR6 underwent “heart surgery” where...

David Ogle’s TR6 Engine Rebuild Project—Update Continued from May 2018

By David Ogle with photographs by David Ogle

Now that all the m...

It has been called totally intense, bold, and stunningly aggressive by the press, automotive journalists and industry media. At a sel...

In the 1940s, “Smog” became a popular word in the Los Angeles basin; people were complaining about a white smoke or sometimes a yello...

I was first introduced to Synthetic Motors oils back in the 1980.  I purchased a Mazda RX7 with the new Wankel engine.  After a short...

In the early 60’s, BMC (British Motor Corporation) was determined to introduce a new and modern car that had a spacious interior, goo...

Over the years, a percentage of my Triumph customers have brought their cars to my shop for a repair the check strap pin holder.  I h...

The foremost problem associated with grease 

is that it can be so messy.

It seems like we, in the motor/gear head world, have at one ti...

It was the summer of 1958 and I had just completed my third year of high school. I had a summer job working for my uncle who owned a...

12/23/2016

You see the word ‘Octane” every time you pull in to put gas in your car. The octane numbering system was first introduced in 1926 and...

In 2014 I decided, with some persuasion from my better half, that it was time to sell-off some of the 300 or so model car kits that I...

Although not called a subcompact, when it was shown at the Waldorf Astoria on 4 January 1950, the Nash Metropolitan was touted as an...

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