Well this was a Christmas present for my bride; putting up with a BITOG for 35 years can’t be easy. It is short tripped by her 2 or3 times a week for about 7 mi per trip so I usually keep she car on a maintainer.
Yes the British Racing Green is nice. Wife has wanted a green car forever.
This is my first experience with a VW and after reading the owner's manual I'm full of questions and CAUTIONS. The book says to only let a VW dealer charge or change the battery. Can you charge the battery like most other cars? Is some special procedure required etc. The oil specs and change...
I've had success with MEK. Wet the edges you want to stick with a Q-tip and hold until it fuses together. Try a drop of MEK on the plastic to see if it melts, if not try another solvent.
The newest T5 is not even gasoline rated on the bottle. I called Shell and they told me there was no difference in formulation they just didn't put it on the jug. T5 was one of the best I've run as far as shift quality goes. My bike is air cooled and destroys oil quickly where I ride, SW desert...
Thinking of a 2022 to replace the Fusion. If you own or have rented one I would appreciate your opinions, good bad or indifferent. Lot of wisdom here which I value. I’m looking for a good road car with decent MPG and handling, quiet a real plus.
I have some minor scratches in a cultured marble counter top. Can I get some ideas on a good compound/polish to work them out.
I know it ain’t car stuff but I have found many car products to be superior to household products in the bath and kitchen.
I've found it impossible to find an effective antiperspirant/ "pit stop" recently. Have you gentlemen any recommendations for a guy who is in need of help? My section of the country is rather warm, Covid distancing has been a godsend, but with social distancing being dropped I need some help...