Thanks for this info, I have an old pickup truck with drums on all four wheels and drive it frequently in hilly areas. Just last week I had an overheating problem caused first by driving down a hill too fast and then by one of the brake pump's liners coming loose and having one of the shoes drag for a couple of miles. » 7/14/14 9:37pm 7/14/14 9:37pm

It does look like a broken upper control arm. The reason it appears to have gone back into position is probably because the rest of the suspension is very rigid, so the tire is still held somewhat rigidly. Also, the tire is very wide so it tends to "stand up" on its own and finally there are probably gyroscopic forces… » 7/11/14 4:19am 7/11/14 4:19am

It takes a lot more concentration, I have a Morris with about 40 hp and on uphill roads it can sometimes be a struggle to do more than 35 MPH. So I stay in the right lane until there's another car doing 25 and as I move to pass, both him and the car in front of me now in the left lane match speeds at 30, a big line… » 7/08/14 7:37pm 7/08/14 7:37pm

We don't have window tint rules where I live, saturday I had to drive a friend's car at night and it was nearly impossible to see out of it. Back windows? Sure, but the windshield and front side windows should at least be light enough to be able to look out of them at night. » 7/01/14 8:01pm 7/01/14 8:01pm