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UK BMW Offers Cash Discounts for New Diesel Vehicles

Posted 12/11/17

BMW has a new scheme, at least in the UK. The car manufacturer is offering drivers of pre-2009 diesel vehicles a £2,000 discount to “go green,” or if you translate the car salesman talk, “buy a brand new car.” The news sales tactic was inspired...

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Yes, Jaguar’s F-Type SVR Just as Fast as It Sounds

Posted 12/4/17

Just what do our Jaguar technicians admire most about the F-Type SVR? How about 0 to 60 in 3.5 seconds, roughly the time it took you to read this paragraph. At a top speed of 200 mph, this baby’s white lightning. Just try catching it...

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Steve McQueen’s Famous Porsche Sells for Record $14M

Posted 11/20/17

What would our Porsche technicians do with $14 million? Easy. Buy a Porsche, of course. A 1970 Porsche 917K, Steve McQueen auto co-star in the movie “Le Mans,” fetched an impressive $14 million at an auction at the Concours d’Elegance at Pebble Beach in August....

The $2 Million Vintage Car Castle Find

Posted 11/13/17

We’ve been cleaning out our auto repair shop in Cincinnati lately. We’ve made some interesting finds: a vintage BMW engine, an old flex pipe we should have thrown out years ago, even some old random tools we wrote off as history. But we never found...

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Mercedes: The Diva of Awesome Cars?

Posted 11/6/17

Is Mercedes the Diva of awesome cars? Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff certainly thinks so. He described Mercedes as “a bit of a diva to get it into the right window,” explaining why Mercedes can still be an awesome car yet still have wide variations...

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How Often Do You Need Your Radiator Flushed?

Most car manufacturers recommend you flush your radiator every 40,000 to 65,000 miles. And it certainly doesn’t hurt to flush it before then since that helps clean the engine and prevent dirt and rust build up in the engine. It’s a good repair to keep up on because it helps maintain an efficient radiator and also helps prevent the vehicle from overheating. Basically, the original fluid is removed from the radiator and replaced with new coolant mixed 50-50 with water. The new mixture is then ran through the system, drained and replaced again. This serves to remove dirt and other contaminants from the system.