Rounded bolts suck but the Gearwrench Bolt Biter Extraction Socket might be the ultimate solution to those damaged fasteners. When I saw these Gearwrench Bolt Biter extraction sockets at SEMA 2018, I was interested in what really made them different. Extraction sockets aren’t anything new and have been around for longer than you or I […]
Whenever there is a new Corvette, there is always great fanfare on how it’s revolutionary. Today, the C8 Stingray becomes evolutionary by going mid-engine.
If you missed the reveal at Tustin, California, the Petersen Automotive Museum had its own for Corvette Enthusiasts while celebrating Zora Arkus-Duntov.
Drifting, jumping, show cars, oh my! This is the Nitto Tire Auto Enthusiast Day 2019 at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California. Last year, I used Auto Enthusiast Day (AED) to get the word out about Carbage to the masses. This year, I decided to cover the event instead and I’m very glad I did. The […]
Lee Iacocca is a man who brought Chrysler back from the brink and behind the Ford Mustang. Here is the story of this great leader we lost on July 2, 2019. As much as we bemoan the crossover, drastic changes to famous nameplates, and anything else we can complain about when it comes to our […]
Curious about the design and features of your wheels? Confused by offset versus backspacing? This Carbage video gives you the details about your wheels! There is more to your wheel than it being the thing that your tires attach to. There are parts designed into each wheel that passenger cars and trucks all use in […]
So, how did the shoot turn out while I had the Honda Ridgeline Chase Truck? Check out the video here! Sometimes video shoots go exactly as planned with no issues or anything to worry with. Other times, it doesn’t quite work out that way. Even with this video on the 2017 Honda Ridgeline Black Edition […]
I’m a sucker for Baja Bugs. Those little cars were what got me into off-roading in Virginia in the first place. You can say I was a fan of the Scumbug the moment Hoonigan got theirs. If there is one thing I have vowed to own one day besides a good 4WD vehicle, it’s a […]
So, it’s decision time and we’re driving to CSF Radiators to get a replacement for the 2000 Nissan Pathfinder So, after a dismal showing on YouTube with 35 views at the time of writing this and only four votes (a total of 11-percent of views, about 0.26-percent of subscribers, and 200-percent of Patreon Supporters), I’ve […]
In the 1940s, Fay Mooney, Spud Simkins, Johnnie Johnson and friends built a roadster from a 1925 Ford Model T. The car was completely hand fabricated and painted at the Mooney Brothers Body Works in Bakersfield. It looked like an awesome race car but with such clean lines and paint, it was hard not to […]
While Japan is the land of advanced four-banger engines and drifting, there is a culture they take very seriously. Hot rodding in the land of the rising sun is just as impressive as what we have here in the US and Rod-riguez is just one of those amazing examples at the Hot Wheels 50th Kick-Off […]
There aren’t many people who recognize a Kaiser-Frazer car, let alone the Henry J. So, it’s rather appropriate that Daniel Nelson named his Galpin Auto Sports built 1952 Henry J “Henry Jaded”. Kaiser-Frazer History There is a good reason why not many people know about the Henry J or the Kaiser-Frazer Corporation, for that matter. […]
So, while I’m recovering from this cold, or flu, or whatever it is that’s making me sore, cranky, causing my nose run, and ruin my voice for video work – I’ve decided to go ahead and edit the collection of videos I did at the LA Auto Show, also known as Automobility LA. Video These […]