Part 3 in the series Problem Solving on the Road, this time focused on the car workshop in Quito, Ecuador.
A workshop is more than a collection of cars that need to be fixed. In fact, you could see it as a place of art.
Colombia is home to many old Renault 4s and Coen is a happy man.
As the years go by the wear and tear of the Land Cruiser continue. A while back driving off roads became less pleasant because my door increasingly rattled. …
In what ways can you set up your Coleman Oven in and around your four-wheel drive to use it no matter from where the wind blows?
Problem solving on the road, in Ecuador to be exact, continues with stories on idler shafts, gearbox dismantles, and tires (once more).
What is the Overland Reunion, where will it be held, and whose coming?
It started with an odd sound, it ended with new leaf-springs, and the transfer box taken down. Part one of car problem solving in Ecuador.
As Coen inspected wheel nuts on Ecuadorian vehicles he noticed many were missing; what does this say about car mechanics?
Weird sounds and friction came and went for years. Time to get to the bottom at this and for that we visited the workshop Fire Wheels in Lima.