Doug Kaufman discusses diesel engines and why even modern engines need an EGR system. Sponsored by Blue Streak.
Video courtesy Underhood Service.
The innovation of the Lincoln Highway wasn’t just about building roads—it was about putting them on the map. The Wyoming Historical Society notes that the abandoned routes laid down by the Union Pacific railroad from 1867 to 1869 were often the best, and sometimes the only, east-west path available when developing the Lincoln Highway. In fact, staying so close to the rail line meant that the Lincoln Highway had about 100 crossings of train tracks throughout the state.
As Keene connects with the Lincoln Highway’s history, David Sickels glimpses into the future of automotive technology.
See how Babcox Media’s Joe Keene prepares the Lincoln Blackwood for the road.
We are in an era of change with vehicle mobility. This video is sponsored by The Group Training Academy.
Tom chose the LLY engine because it had the largest factory turbo.
Mike Martin’s “Franken Truck” has undergone quite the transformation.
Replace the OAD and tensioner with the belt as part of a mileage-based service. Sponsored by Litens.
To get it safe before getting on the road, the team continues the Blackwood’s required service procedures.