10 posts tagged with cars by rileyray3000.
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I'm looking for some 500 square mile area of the world with giant piles of machine parts. Junkyards would be good. But any piles of former machinery would still work. And it doesn't have to be cars. Planes. Boats. Anything scrap worthy but still semi-useful would work. SO where should I be looking?
What's the best 1975 car a guy can get? [more inside]
So I went to traffic court last week in the city of Los Angeles. I spent a week preparing for it. And I lost. And it got ugly. Largely because of a Judge Pro-Tem who went to town on me because I tried to fight my case. It was so ugly I’m springing the $86.50 it costs these days to get a copy of the tape. So my question is, now that I've lost, what are my options? (much much more inside) [more inside]
What's 95 octane gas and where do I buy it? [more inside]
And it comes down to this: my car shopping has reached the finalist round. I have three cars left to choose from. Help me pick one. [more inside]
New Car? Used Car? Status car? Reliable Car? Is it possible there is just ONE car to rule them all? It's time for me to buy SOMETHING to replace my beloved 1970 Dodge Swinger. The question is WHAT? [more inside]
How much do I charge for my lovingly restored 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger with a salvage title? [more inside]
You know those "Speed Checked By Aircraft" highway signs? I always use those as guide to knowing when there are no cops around whatsoever. But it got me to thinking: if there were in fact such aircraft COULD they check our car speed with radar? Is such a thing even possible?
My 1970 Dodge Dart swinger has begun making some odd noises and my current, very-good mechanic, can't figure it out. But he says it's nothing. For the first time, I don't think he's right. So I need to cheat on him with a new mechanic. A Dodge Dart specialist. Does anyone have any supremely talented classic mopar men in the Los Angeles area they can recommend?
So I got scratches on my car from going to the cheap car wash. Is there some sort of miracle cream to apply to take care of them?
What's the name of that stuff that you rub into your paint job that gets rid of the little scratches inflicted from car wash rags?