Nolan grew up in a space balanced between the glitz and glamour of Los Angeles' high-gloss exotics and the Mojave desert's hairy-chested muscle cars and trucks. His dream garage would consist of forgotten domestic metal from the '80s and '90s.

2018 Lincoln Navigator Debut : Taking Back the Segment

Class-leading interior space and technology define Lincoln’s new premium SUV Back in 2013, Lincoln Motor Company set out a plan to reinvent the brand and release four updated models in four years. In that time they have released the new MKC, MKZ, MKX, and brought back the legendary Lincoln Continental. The debut of this 2018 […] More »

  Comments | By - April 11, 2017

The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas, Nevada is like a Christmas holiday for car and truck fans.

  Comments | By - November 4, 2015

30 Reasons Why Ford Needs Lincoln Continental Seats

For most manufacturers some leather wrapped over a piece of foam is good enough to be called luxury. But the folks at Ford and Lincoln Motor Company want more comfort for the back and rear ends of their customers. Introducing the 2017 Lincoln Continental’s all-new 30-way seat design.

  Comments | By - August 18, 2015

ECM code 124 : Testing the TPS (Throttle Position Sensor)

Originally Submitted By Mark Strickland These instructions are for a 1992 Ford Explorer with the 4.0L MFI engine.  Other years of this generation should be similar. Preface: Code 124 is stored in the Electronic Control Module (ECM) continuous memory when the TPS signial is higher than it should be as compared to the MAP/MAF/BARO/ACT sensor […] More »

  Comments | By - July 26, 2005

Build Your Own Truck Dash

Originally Submitted By Mike Boyd A nice way to improve the utility and appearance of your vehicle is by removing the old dash and adding a new customized dash made of T-6 billet.  Billet is tempered aluminum that can be polished to look like chrome, or brushed to look like stainless steel.  Billet is strong, […] More »

  Comments | By - July 26, 2004

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