Car repair can go terribly wrong sometimes.
That simple job, a broken bolt, and it becomes a 3 day ordeal. All it takes is a momentary lapse of attention or too much eagerness and the job goes sideways. [Read more…]
The engine in my 1998 Mitsubshi Montero is about to make its final trip.
I should be just under 199,500 miles when I shut it down for the last time. [Read more…]
What if I told you one of the most helpful people in the North American Montero/Pajero community for the last decade doesn’t know as much as you think he does?
What if he was just so consistently good at helping others find what they need you just assumed he knew everything and didn’t realize it?
This is the story—the JDM Journeys, if you will—of Phil Hansford. [Read more…]
This story might feel familiar.
Jordan Robinson is a parts guy by trade (dealerships and body shops) and loves 80s Toyotas and older Japanese cars in general. He helped co-found the Japanese Classics of Virginia car club (JCVA), which hosts a few mountain cruises every year, and has owned some pretty fly Toyotas.