My buddy Keith and I have been slacking. Well, not exactly. We’ve actually been crazy busy this summer, making it difficult for us to get together and “play with cars” as we planned to do on Thursday nights. Last week, we managed to pull it off. Small steps. Giant leaps. [Read more…]
Archives for September 2012
Working on your own car is a great way to save a little money. Racing your own car is a great way to spend a LOT of money. We’ve all seen stories about people who’ve spent crazy amounts of money to get the right look or shave precious tenths off their times. Here’s a story about a guy who’s doing what many of us thought was impossible. He’s racing on a shoestring budget. [Read more…]
We might all agree that automotive projects never really end. So how do we know we’ve actually made any progress? We use terms like “butt dyno” to suggest we can feel things have improved, but the only way to really know is to strap the thing to the dyno and spin the rollers.
Fortunately, there are two free mods anyone can use on any vehicle to see immediate improvement. [Read more…]
Every automotive project begins somewhere. They may not all end (at least, not as we’d hoped), but they all have a beginning. As much as you love/hate your current project, have you ever documented the history from the beginning? You might be surprised to see just how epic your automotive story really is. Where’s your build thread? [Read more…]
Here at GBXM, we want the whole world to know the best automotive stories are those of regular folks like you doing big things on small budgets. We leave the big name, celebrity-style stories to the 10,000 other automotive publications on the web. For the most part, we try to find new people with new stories, but we’re going to start following up on past stories more often. [Read more…]