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Car Review- 2014 Chevy Malibu

OK, I get it. You have build cars for all types of people- septuagenarians, teenagers, hipsters, accountants, etc. These are the main clientele for the Chevy Malibu. These people need a car. Chevrolet would prefer that it wear a bowtie rather than an H or T badge. Like most of you, I had seen the […]

2013 NAIAS Review!

For the last 3 days I have been walking the show floor at COBO hall in Detroit for the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). This was my first time at the show and I have to say, I was blown away. The cars are amazing, the displays over the top and seeing as how […]

2013 Buick Verano Review

It is no small secret that I am likely the biggest fan of Buick since Harley Earl and David Dunbar Buick himself. To me, Buick is all about speed, comfort and class. The last 20 years of Buicks has not been about any of those things. It has been a bastard child, playing second and […]

Quickie Tech- Control Your Air Ride With Your Alarm

The trick on this install is wiring the relays.

Frenching the Headlights on a ’51 Merc

The best part about these frenching kits is that just about any builder to complete.

How to Re-Wire a Pre-War Buick

Installing original cloth-covered wiring is a pre-requisite for pre-war restorations. Red Dirt Rodz has the details for you here.

Redneck Monday

Every great website needs a great jingle, and I think we have come up with just the ticket. Red Dirt is not just a website, it’s a way of life. We also have some new projects here in the Red Dirt Rodz garage. Our twin-turbo Buick wagon, Buttered Toast, is getting a new high-tech ignition […]

Rad Rides By Troy unveils the G54 Buick

This is one my favorite cars from SEMA. I Had the opportunity to sit down with builder Troy Trepanier for an interview on the build of this ultra-cool 1954 Buick. See the full story on PowerTV.

Feelin’ all warm and Toasty

OK, OK, I get it, enough of the Buttered Toast references. I finally got the wagon running and driving. It is officially back from a long slumber. I shot a little video using my GoPro Hero HD video camera of the drive to the exhaust shop. Enjoy.  I will have better video of the completed car soon.

Why must you fight me?

Sometimes a project will fight and fight and fight until you just give up. Luckily (or is it unfortunately), I don’t give in easily. I have been fighting my Buick wagon for months, trying to get it finished and ready to drive. What should have taken a few days has taken 6 months. Some of […]

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