Need a Break from Repair? A Vintage Car Video for Inspiration

Posted 8/3/17

Taking a break from your vintage car repair? We understand. Repairing classic cars is hard work. Looking for some inspiration? We’ve got you covered. Check out this YouTube video of the most beautiful classic vintage cars. They’re amazing. We’re talking James Bond amazing. And if...

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Audi’s New Electric SUV to Feature 300 Mile Range

Posted 7/29/17

Audi is now throwing its hat into the electric vehicle ring. Scheduled for production in 2019, the Audi e-tron Sportback is a step in the European automakers strategy to have at least three electric vehicles on showroom floors by 2020. The new model is a...

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The DIY Saab Retrofit of a Mechanic’s Dreams

Posted 7/22/17

Our Saab mechanics love some good old fashioned DIY. After development of the Saab 9000 convertible model turned out to be a pipe dream, Swedish car enthusiast Björn Frykholm custom rebuilt his Saab to roll with the top down. And the gold suede added seating...

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When Our Audi Technicians Dream of Audis

Posted 7/20/17

No, our Audi mechanics don’t spend day and night repairing Audis, though we do sometimes dream about them. We also watch TV, and lately we’ve been binge-watching the British police and science fiction drama “Ashes to Ashes.” Are we British? No, we do love to...

A Sneak Peek at the New Electric Volkswagen SUV

Posted 7/15/17

At April’s Shanghai Auto Show, Volkswagen fans got a sneak peak of one of the four affordable electric vehicles expected to be released over the next few years, RT reported. The third model to be under the I.D. sub-brand, the new I.D. Crozz SUV is...

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Land Rover Off Road School: Taste the Adventure

Posted 7/12/17

As you read this, can you picture your Land Rover sitting pristine, glowing clean in your garage, looking like the day it rolled off that showroom floor and into your life? Well, news flash. You’re doing it wrong. And you should be slapped upside the...

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The Great Debate: Professional Cincinnati Mechanical Work vs. DIY

Sure, you could save a few dollars doing your own mechanical work. But in Cincinnati, you get what you pay for. And unless you really know what you are doing, what you pay for a mechanic actually pays you back when it comes to having a reliable car where you get top performance. With a professional job, you get experience that you probably don’t have yourself. This can save you time and headaches. A pro shop will also be able to use appropriate tools, so you can be sure they won’t damage your car in the process. And a professional will also have access to the right parts and know what they are doing. Plus, they are insured, so if anything goes wrong, it’s not on you.