Monday, May 21, 2018
DriveWerks
  • Full Metal Bracket

    As we all know by now, the e36 BMW is notorious for its use of plastic. The interior is the usual target of most criticisms, but it doesn’t

  • Track Attack of the Hatch

    The purchase of a new car can be full of excitement, especially when it’s a performance vehicle. The first few thousand miles are often spent breaking things in

  • Gramp’s Wagon Part 4: Pushrod Rodeo

    As ambitious as we were to wrap up the Volvo project in a total of six months, that was overly optimistic in the scheme of things. After a

  • Benzafactor

    If a car isn’t small, lightweight, or doesn’t have at least three pedals, then I probably don’t own it. That’s the myopic attitude that makes for a great

  • Braking Things Daily

    When building a car, a lot of people (myself included) forget that a fast car needs to be able to shed that speed at a moment’s notice. After

Posted On January 1, 2018 | No Comments on Benzafactor

If a car isn’t small, lightweight, or doesn’t have at least three pedals, then I probably don’t own it. That’s the myopic attitude that makes for a great canyon carver, but not a car that’s [...]

Posted On April 19, 2018 | No Comments on Full Metal Bracket

As we all know by now, the e36 BMW is notorious for its use of plastic. The interior is the usual target of most criticisms, but it doesn’t stop there. Plastics are found all throughout [...]

Posted On September 22, 2017 | No Comments on A Total Head Case

Just when we thought our adventures with the Miata were over, the most reliable car decided to throw a wrench into things (pun definitely intended). [...]