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Checking for Vital Signs

Adding digital oil pressure and temperature gauges to an e30 BMW. [...]

March 1, 2024 Projects

Roadster Redemption

Back in the saddle with a new(er) Mazda MX-5 Miata. Will this ND2 deliver everything we hoped? [...]

April 11, 2023 Projects

How to make your M50 or S50 BMW e30 engine swap California Legal

Looking to get your OBD1 e30 M50 or S50 swap smog legal in California? Here's all the information in one place. [...]

March 28, 2023 Projects

Dinosaur Hot Laps

With the car finally prepped and ready, the e30 325is finally hits the track. [...]

February 26, 2023 Opinions

Swimming with the Sharks

Who doesn’t love a vacation? It’s an opportunity to leave town, sip on Mai Tais by the pool, and work on that perfect summer tan. The only thing that matters is enjoying every minute of relaxation—that is, unless you’re trying [...]

September 18, 2018 Reviews

Urban Appeal

A new car is always the best car, right? It will have the latest gadgets, a warranty, and even an odometer reading below six digits (which is still a bewildering concept). After many years of wanting a new car, Michael Urban [...]

August 22, 2018 Reviews

Purpose Built Daily Driver

Everyone says they want a sports car, yet most people are caught driving around in hatchbacks, sedans, and SUVs. If I were to take a guess, it might have something to do with wanting additional seating, or fitting anything larger [...]

May 31, 2018 Reviews

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 the car, even making their [...]

April 19, 2018 Projects

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 carefully while getting acquainted with the new car’s characteristics. Mr. Milton managed [...]

March 5, 2018 Projects

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 series of setbacks, the green wagon is finally tearing up the streets…and [...]

February 19, 2018 Projects