Back in January, we got a look at a Jeep Wrangler sporting previously unavailable half doors with soft windows, indicating that they would be available soon. And sometime between then and now, Jeep has made it officially available with the Dual Door Group option appearing in the 2021 Wrangler configuration tool. The door option is available on […]
When it comes to vehicle long-term value and ownership experience, Toyota, Kia, Honda and Hyundai are at the top of the game, according to the U.S. News & World Report. The 2021 Best Cars for the Money awards were announced today by the U.S. News & World Report, a global authority in rankings and consumer advice. The […]
Looking for a gift for your special someone? If they have grease under their fingernails, here are some Valentine’s Day gift suggestions.
One of my favorite gifts for birthdays or holidays is a fresh new book, and Rob Siegel comes through with his latest for the holidays, Resurrecting Bertha: Buying Back Our Wedding Car After 26 Years in Storage.
Remember getting socks for a gift when you were a kid? It was pretty awful, considering you probably asked for Hot Wheels. Fast forward a few decades, and suddenly you’re giddy when you unbox some quality wool footwear. In the automotive accessory world, floormats might be the new socks. Those thin, nubby-backed mats have evolved […]
Modifying a vintage vehicle is a dicey proposition. It’s your car, of course, but as prices for these vehicles continue to rise, extensive modifications almost always make the car less valuable to potential buyers down the road. Reversible modifications like wheels and minor trim are one thing, but major, irreversible modifications like sunroofs are another. […]
Over the course of 15 days in February, Rob Siegel bought a long-dormant BMW 2002tii, diagnosed the issues that caused the original owner to park it in a garage untouched for a decade, figured out how to legally put it on the road and drove it 1,000 miles from Louisville, Kentucky to Newton, Massachusetts. He […]
As a matter of course, we review cars, trucks, SUVs and other things powered by engines. When the folks at Honda Power Equipment asked us to review the HSS1332ATD snowblower, we jumped at the chance.
I hate electricity. Yes, I understand it’s as important to the running of an automobile as the gasoline running through the fuel lines, but nothing this side of an automatic transmission rebuild fills me with more existential dread that working on wiring. Case in point: I fought with a faulty brake light on a 1965 […]