Nissan offers a variety of affordable genuine accessories that protect your Nissan from daily use.
Mopar offers a great how to on front brake replacement. If your do it yourself level is expert or beginner, take a few moments and read some tips from the guys that know Mopars best.
Imagine starting and warming your vehicle from your place of work or home on cold winter days, or cooling the same vehicle on hot summer days. Remote Start systems are designed to work with your vehicle and interface seamlessly with your vehicle’s electronic, security key.
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Attention Wrangler Fans! LeeParts has the new Mopar 2″ lift kits in stock for two and four door models. The awesome kit includes four shocks, four springs, a new drive shaft and all required hardware. It evens comes package in a cool Jeep crate.
Lee Auto Mall is hosting it’s forth annual Jeep Rally in preparation for the Jeep Jamboree in Bethel, ME. Come see all the great Jeeps. Giveaways, Jeep inspections, lunch, kids activities and the chance to win one of two vehicle entries to the Jeep Jamboree!
Cars and movies–born around the same time–seem to be made for each other. Although there are earlier examples of car chases, Bullitt, which premiered in 1968, could be considered the first modern-day classic car chase movie. This is just the first part one of a 2-parter featuring our selections of best car chase movies ever.
Let start with the movie that sets the standard, mentioned above, Bullitt. Steve McQueen’s driving ability and ease behind the wheel, those incredible San Francisco locations, and the Mustang GT 390 make the chase seem both more real and more outrageous. The Dodge Charger was no wimp either. When McQueen wasn’t actually driving the Mustang himself, it was driven by legendary stunt driver, Carey Loftin. Ford sent the producers a few Mustangs to customize for the movie, which they did by lowering it, painting it dark green and removing some of the glitz that had made it more of a ladies car. That car was never considered ‘lady-like” again! Continue reading
Whether you’re a pit crew chief or don’t know a dip stick from a lug wrench, let our car facts infographic show you a few things you didn’t know. You won’t learn how to change the oil, but you’ll know a whole lot more about cars.