Some folks over at The Car Lounge were wildly impressed with how easy it was to swap out the headlights on an Oldsmobile Intrigue. That got us thinking — what's the best-designed car part for easy maintenance?
This isn't one of those cases where we're able to give you a good example. In our time we've gravitated towards Swedish cars, French cars and even English cars. Sure, these vehicles are made with metal bolts and screws instead of plastic and glue, but they're often setup in the most confounding ways. We like ancient, quirky crap that hates you and wants to see you bleed.
Help us, please, by pointing to easy car repairs and well-designed car parts not connected to Lucas Electrics and connected at impossible angles. Our knuckles need a break.
Also, pictures if you've got 'em.
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