(screaming) - Fire trucks! They're huge and loud and they save your crap from burning down. They've been highly specialized vehicles ever since they were invented. But what are these things built on? What's all inside there? Well put on your fireproof suits boys and girls, we're going little hose
Welcome to another episode of The Axis, where we discuss everything axiom and everything automotive. So I'm here with Mike Reth and we're gonna talk reinsurance. There's a lot of confusion that revolves around reinsurance and Mike's gonna shed some light on to why that might be. Mike, so tell us a little
MAN: Grandpa? GRANDFATHER: Welcome home. GRANDFATHER: Come on... GRANDFATHER: ...I’ve got something for you. GRANDFATHER: What are you waiting for? COWORKER: *Grunt Noise* COWORKER: *Grunt Noise*, *Grunt Noise* COWORKER: You’re one lucky man. I was worried about you for a minute.
Hello, and welcome to the discussion on the evolution of the cockpit. Gentlemen, we hear the term integrated cockpit, or some people call it digital cockpit. What's that definition mean to you? At the very heart of it, it's really about taking the different screens inside the car, whether that be your cluster where your speed
When Carl Benz invented the automobile, he foresaw a world market for no more than 5,000 vehicles. Just on account of the shortage of chauffeurs alone. Today more than a billion cars, trucks and buses are on the road. That number could rise to two billion as early as
Mustangs or Camaros? The battle of the pony cars is on at the Tupelo Automobile Museum! It's the ultimate American car rivalry! March 10 through 29, come out and see these beauties on display from throughout the years. Then cast your vote for your favorite and let's see who
It’s a cliche at this point: “Dude, cool project, got any plans for it?” “Ah Dude, LS swap, throw a cam in there, put the LS6 heads on it, it’s gonna be sick!” “Oh, cool”. Yeah, LS Swaps are a little played out. But I wanted to find out why more
Welcome in Italy for Monza Historic. The images you just saw were from 1970. And in this chassis, 10-04 for the purists, I've taken the place of driver John Surtees, who finished third in the Monza 1000 kms. You have to admit that this is the magic of historic racing at its