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We made a podcast!

Yes, we have finally begun filming the webseries, and part of that is a weekly podcast. In this week’s episode, Jefferson, Chris and Clayton discuss the 2015 Mustang, Gas Monkey Garage’s Fast & Loud, and as usual, things get a little weird. You can download the here:

The 2015 Mustang is out

I am not a Mustang fanboy, never have been. I can’t stand fox bodies, the SN95 is just bleh. I prefer fastbacks of the 69-70 vintage, and I really like the S195 (2005-2014) design. This new Mustang, I can’t quite make a decision about. At first glance, I don’t like it. It looks bloated or […]

Carl Edwards Drives Henry Ford’s 1901 Sweepstakes Race Car

The Ford Motor Company has such an interesting history, and the beginnings were rocky at best. After his first car company went belly up, Henry Ford needed a way to drum up interest in his automobiles. Coupled with engineer Ed Spider Huff, they built 1901 Sweepstakes and raced it. No one thought they could win, […]

Ford Makes Good

This week Ford brought me to Detroit for their 2014 model lineup event, and I have to tell you, I am impressed. Through vertical integration and Ford’s One-Design idealogy, the latest offerings from Ford not only share powertrain options, but all of the cars share some similar features, so that you know it’s a Ford. […]

Redneck Monday Returns! 3 Fat Guys in a Beetle

On a recent trip to the Texas Motor Speedway, I had the opportunity to drive some really cool cars on the infield road course including the 2013 Viper GTS, the 2013 Mustang GT500 and the Mercedes Benz C63 AMG, but the highlight of the day was the 2013 Volkwagon Beetle convertible. Seems strange that I […]

Redneck Monday: How to Sink A $45-Thousand Dollar Ford Raptor to the Frame

So Ford gave me a 2013 Raptor to play with for a week. I have been waiting for a while to get my greasy hands on one of these bad boys and finally I get one. We had plans to take it out to the sand dunes at Little Sahara in Waynoka, OK, but an […]

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.

Hello, Officer…… Don’t Speed in Texas

Earlier this week, we went to the Texas Motor Speedway in Ft. Worth, TX for the Texas Auto Writers Association (TAWA) Auto Roundup. This event brings journalist members together with a myriad of auto manufacturers for a full day of hardcore driving on the in-field road course. This year, we had over 58 cars in […]

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