Not Into SUVs? How About Off-Roading in a Huracán Instead?

Posted 1/23/23

Good news to those who are fans of both supercars and off-roading; Lamborghini is (probably) about to make your all-in-one dreams come true. Back in 2019 Lambo released a concept car that answered the important question that has been asked by anyone who has ever...

The History Behind BMW: Airplanes, Motorcycles and More

Posted 1/3/23

BMWs are incredible cars. So incredible, in fact, that the same German engineering was used in what Snoopy’s own nemesis the Red Baron called the greatest engine in World War I. Our friends over at Thrillist put together some fascinating history about the airplane engine...

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Specialized Porsche Service and Repair in Cincinnati

Posted 12/27/22

Be sure to see European Auto Specialists for your Porsche repairs and parts. Our Porsche technicians have decades of experience in Porsche scheduled maintenance and repair and know these cars from top to bottom. We also specialize in the vintage car repair and finding parts...

Simple Advice for Diagnosing An Overheating Problem

Posted 12/26/22

Is the temperature gauge in your car getting a little too close to that red line for your liking? Do you need to troubleshoot your car for overheating? The folks at  have some great tips which range from the simple to the complex to...

Using Your Eyes and Ears to Spot Problems in Your Jaguar Brakes

When it comes to the brakes on your Jaguar, there are generally two ways of telling if there is a problem: listening and seeing. You can make your first visual spot inspection yourself by removing the hubcap and looking at the spaces between the wheel and the brake. Ideally, the outside pad will be spaced against the motor rotor with at least a ¼ inch of pad. Anything less means you are due for a brake job. Likewise, if you hear a high pitched screeching sound, you better call a mechanic and schedule a brake inspection.