Passion for the American Muscle Car
I've discovered that being the owner of a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt SS Supercharged and using it like a normal car – to transport my ass from point A to point B – means revisiting front end repair over and over and over again.
I haven't found a series that does a better job illuminating the subject of manufacturing than National Geographic's Ultimate Factories.
When you restore or customize your ride, it's difficult to do it well if you don't understand where it came from or how it was put together. If your serious about your hobby and it involves being hip deep in your car's parts, then Ultimate Factories is a must-see.
Although this is a review of the series, it's also a guide that references every single episode I could find with a perspective geared specifically towards the automotive enthusiast.
Check it out and enjoy!
Ever spliced a connector onto an otherwise good harness because the original broke? Do you need to do it to an '87-'93 5.0 Mustang? How about the MAF connector? You don't have to splice one in – they can be replaced without cutting or damaging the wiring. Here's how.