We usually strive to put 20,000 miles on vehicles in our long-term fleet before we hand them back. The Outback has blown through that and is now approaching 26,000. A fair portion of the last part of that has been doing some commuting from L.A. to Palm .
The '13-' 15 1-ton Ram 3500 4x4 almost looks unfinished on its dinky stock tires and wheels. BDS offers ... Maybe we're spoiled , but we've really enjoyed having 120V AC power at our main camp. ... Other features include compact size, 80-pound dry weight.
Chris was somewhat content with the big-block's grunt during those impromptu romps through the hayfields, but reading about engine builds in magazines left him itching for more. ... Unlike a spoiled rich kid, Chris had every intention of earning his keep.
We've become spoiled by the availability of great aftermarket parts that make it possible to get into the groovy lines of a classic Chevy Nova while enjoying the benefits of late-model technology. It's called “restomod” and it is becoming more.
As the 2017 Buick LaCrosse in the driveway of Automobile magazine's Palm Springs outpost happened to catch a neighbor's eye, we took a chance and extolled the sedan's attributes to him. Yes, it really is good-looking, even somewhat fancy, and well .
A version of this story first appeared in the Aug. 23 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine ... County-based production outfit with 15 employees that help make his VFX-heavy videos, which he describes as "digital sleight of hand," for YouTube and.
a href="http://www.automobilemag.com/news/2016-mclaren-570s-one-week-review/">McLaren is revealing more information on its 650S successor leading up to the car's debut at the Geneva Motor Show. According to the automaker, the new supercar .
When it comes down to it, comedy is often about character, which is why some of the best sitcoms of all time are just about people being their kooky selves. Kramer's unique way of opening doors on "Seinfeld," Chandler's distinct speech patterns in.
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A seed of an idea to help victims of Hurricane Harvey is very quickly bearing fruit. A self-described “farmer’s wife” had an idea to gather food that grows so abundantly in the Quincy Valley and somehow get it to hungry people flooded out of their.