The Petersen Automotive Museum just re-opened this week! There’s also a brand new feature in the main lobby, the Tesla Cybertruck! The Cybertruck is expected to be on display starting today, June 20th, through Saturday, June 27th, 2020.
Tesla Radio Flyer traction mod using a mountain bike tire! In this project we cut up a 26″ mountain bike tire and mount this tread onto the rear wheels of a Tesla Model S electric car for kids.
Socket organization solutions aren’t always expandable or convenient. I’ve used rails in the past that aren’t always the most convenient to carry around.
Latest video from Ken Block, this time drifting an F-450.
Here it is, the Ryobi Electric Zero Turn mower. I’ve been keeping an eye on this one for over a year now, waiting to see how much it might go on sale for while trying to keep our old zero turn going. I’ve seen this on sale for anywhere between $400-600 of the retail price, but also seen the MSRP go up by $100.
The last week or so, CNBC posted a couple of shorter “sneak peak” clips of the upcoming episode. This is the full segment, but definitely missing some footage previously show. This includes the trailer for the new season of Jay Leno’s Garage. Most notably, the Cyberquad footage. Perhaps some additional footage will end up on Jay Leno’s channel since it doesn’t appear to have made the CNBC cut.
An electric dragster certainly has a different ambience than compared to internal combustion dragsters. There are quite a few who prefer the loud noise, and to each their own, but are quieter race tracks the future?
Timeless Kustoms built this over the top Ford Mustang. Surprisingly, it wasn’t the first Mustang the owner had them build either. The car started off as a 1965 Mustang Coupe, but received Fastback treatment along with a host of other custom metal fabrication during the build.
Ken Block unveils a rendering by Ash Thorp of what could be the next version of the Hoonicorn. Based on a Fox Body Mustang, this concept is their Fox Body Hoonifox. His original Hoonicorn was a heavily modified 1960’s Mustang Coupe.
For this project, I made an arrow holder by re-using the base and carrying handle of a shoe holder. This was something my wife was ready to throw out and I quickly saw the potential for re-using several pieces.
This is an arrow holder project I made about 5 years ago, so I won’t have all step-by-step in progress shots for it unless I happen to come across some old photos.