Folks, I have semi-successfully solved the age-old wrenching problem of stains on clothing. While I’m not sure this is the most genius idea I’ve ever devised, I am certain that it is among the dumbest.
An extensive job like a clutch replacement on a Porsche 944 requires research, patience, money, skill and hope. We had next to none of these.
We here at Jalopnik believe that, with a bit of determination, anyone can wrench. We’ve given you pointers on how to learn to fix cars, but now it’s time to give you some advice on which tools to buy to get you started.
When we first bought our Jeep J10, it was absolutely disgusting. The interior was moldy, the tires were rotted, the lights didn’t work— it was a basket case. But we’ve been wrenching, and now it’s almost presentable.
Lots of folks out there want to learn to fix cars, but don’t know how. Fear not, clean-handed folks, for we have the answer to how you can get greasy and smelly just like us!
Often to save a couple dollars, driveway mechanics and DIY-ers attempt to tackle a relatively small project or mod on their own. Sometimes they bite off more than they can chew. These are the 10 worst automotive repairs you, our Jalopnik readers, have attempted.
My Honda Logo, which is a so-called “Super Mini,” is small. Really small. Despite the car having four doors, it’s honestly a struggle to fit four full sized adults in the GA3. I’ve done it twice, and nobody enjoyed the experience. I almost always had the seats down. So, I decided to double my hatch space and reduce my…
Humanity’s greatest strength as a species is our willingness to challenge the impossible. To see a towering mountain as merely something that has yet to be scaled. To look to the stars and dream of going there. To convince ourselves that a $500 Alfa Romeo Spider on Craigslist is not only a fantastic idea, but a …