Showing posts from December, 2018

4 Resolutions to Follow Through with in 2019

2019 is going to be a year to remember! You've probably already started thinking about what resolutions you want to make. New year means new you, right? Well, not all resolutions have to be about better dieting and healthier lifestyles. Maybe it's time to make some resolutions that can benefit more than just your physical appearance. Maybe it's time to work on growing your skills, making memories to last, and finally following through with a dream you've been putting off for so long. Here are 4 resolutions to follow through with in 2019. Pick Up Some Automotive Maintenance Skills Every car owner should know how to perform basic maintenance items to ensure your vehicle is running in tip-top shape. Not only that, but you never know when you may break down or get a flat and you're not near a place where it's easy for something to get to you. Learning how to change a flat, check your oil levels, tire pressure, and change out your windshield wipers can save y

4 Dodge Chargers that Made the Big Screen

Do you remember when you were a kid and saw a super sweet muscle car on a movie, you'd dream about one day owning one? You for sure were going to be just as cool as the movie star who was lucky enough to drive such a beautiful classic. You even fantasized to the T all the modifications you'd do once you bought it. Well... maybe not. But we remember! That got us thinking. What Dodge Chargers made it big in the movies? Here are 4 that we think definitely stole the show! 1968 Dodge Charger - Blade In this movie, Wesley Snipes fights vampires from behind the wheel of a black-on-black 1968 Dodge Charger. The Mopar sits tall on a set of big tires and Centerline aluminum wheels. It also wears a fiberglass lift-off hood and large 440 Six Pack hood scoop from an A12 1969 Road Runner. There are a couple of extra lights mounted behind its grille, along with a set of old-school traction bars. Basically, it looks like a street machine from 1981. 1969 Dodge Charger - The Dukes of Ha

Richard Rawlings & Gas Monkey Garage: The Man and His Legacy

We have a serious love for speed and muscle at Farm Boy Garage . Of course we love seeing sweet hot rod restorations take place in our garage, but we also like to see how the veterans of hot rod restorations handle their business. So, naturally we love the show 'Fast N Loud'! Gas Monkey Garage owner, Richard Rawlings, built his shop from the ground up all because of a deep seeded love for hot rods that stemmed from childhood. To date, Gas Monkey Garage has become one of the most well-known hot rod shops in the world. It'd be stupid to not want to follow in his footsteps. The Man Richard Rawlings, an entrepreneur and media personality, is the star of the reality television show Fast N' Loud on Discovery Channel. He is also a proprietor of the Gas Monkey Garage, as well as both the Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill and Gas Monkey Live music venues in Dallas, Texas. As a child, Richard followed in his father's footsteps and developed a love for hot rods. He went to