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    Taking the Wrenchfest on the Road (Part 2)

    The week after the Full-Fledged Wrenchfest took place, my friends Pat, Kevin and I took to the road to help out a friend in another state. The plan was to drive from Phoenix to Albuquerque, tear down the engine on night one, build it back up on day two, and head home on the morning of day three. Sounds easy enough, and I’m sure any 4WD club would do the same for one of their own.  […]

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    THE BIGGEST PROBLEM FACING US TODAY

    This is where we’re headed if we don’t come up with a plan pretty quickly. WARNING: This might really piss you off. Automakers build products they know the masses will buy. The masses, unfortunately, aren’t gearheads. They don’t want to drive, and here’s why that’s a problem for you as a gearhead.  […]

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    DEUS X MACHINA: WHY THE EVO MATTERED

    25 years ago, Mitsubishi Motors was synonymous with turbocharged, all wheel drive. For some, it still is, and that’s what makes news of Mitsubishi’s decision to finally retire the Lancer Evolution, last of its turbocharged, all wheel drive models, such a bitter pill to swallow. […]

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    THE UNDERDOG: CLEAN, JDM CONVERTED MIRAGE

    What makes a vehicle stand out? For some, it’s absolute power. For others, it’s maximum style. But there’s a sweet spot somewhere in the middle, where attention to detail brings all the pieces of a dream together. You know it when you see it. Methinks Bennett’s Mirage is just such a machine. […]

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    Gearheads Abroad. Not Idiots.

    We live on an amazing planet, made even more amazing by the different people and cultures. Car culture is equally diverse, and brings with it a unique opportunity to explore the world from the front seat.  […]

MARCH 2014 updates |

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What’s New (Latest Updates)

  • Taking the Wrenchfest on the Road (Part 2)

Taking the Wrenchfest on the Road (Part 2)

  • April 21st, 2014

The week after the Full-Fledged Wrenchfest took place, my friends Pat, Kevin and I took to the road to help out a friend in another state. The plan was to drive from Phoenix to Albuquerque, tear down the engine on night one, build it back up on day two, and head home on the morning of day three. Sounds easy enough, and I’m sure any 4WD club would do the same for one of their own.  […]

  • 5 STEPS TO OFFICIALLY STARTING YOUR OWN CLUB

5 STEPS TO OFFICIALLY STARTING YOUR OWN CLUB

  • April 20th, 2014

Our gearhead family is there for us when we need them. No doubt about it. Here at GBXM|united, we believe gearhead clubs are a great way to build a little more stability and power into our gearhead family and we want to help you start a club in your area. Previously, we gave three reasons why we need gearhead clubs. This time, we’re going look into how to build your club.  […]

  • THE BIGGEST PROBLEM FACING US TODAY

THE BIGGEST PROBLEM FACING US TODAY

This is where we’re headed if we don’t come up with a plan pretty quickly. WARNING: This might really piss you off. Automakers build products they know the masses will buy. The masses, unfortunately, aren’t gearheads. They don’t want to drive, and here’s why that’s a problem for you as a gearhead.  […]

GBXM|united News

  • DEUS X MACHINA: WHY THE EVO MATTERED

DEUS X MACHINA: WHY THE EVO MATTERED

  • April 3rd, 2014

25 years ago, Mitsubishi Motors was synonymous with turbocharged, all wheel drive. For some, it still is, and that’s what makes news of Mitsubishi’s decision to finally retire the Lancer Evolution, last of its turbocharged, all wheel drive models, such a bitter pill to swallow. […]

  • Weekend Update?

Weekend Update?

  • March 24th, 2014

There’s been so much going on in the last week-to-ten, I’ve had to let the website slide. Sometimes we run at the front of the pack. Sometimes we take too long in the pits. You know how it goes.  […]

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  • WRC Factory Tour: GBXM World Tour Day 4

WRC Factory Tour: GBXM World Tour Day 4

Two years ago, if you asked me why I put so much effort into this magazine, I’d tell you it’s because I want the whole world to know about the incredible things the average gearheads of the world are doing. A year ago? I’d say I want to help gearheads build high performance machines & lives. Today? I want to show you how meeting your gearhead brothers and sisters in far away places is the way to build those high performance machines & lives.  […]

  • Desert Dingo: A True Story of “Dust to Glory”

Desert Dingo: A True Story of “Dust to Glory”

For those who haven’t seen it yet, “Dust to Glory” is an epic movie about what it takes to run the Baja 1000 in Mexico. There probably isn’t a gearhead on the planet who hasn’t watched that flick and thought, “OMG. I wanna do that.” Jim Graham is one such gearhead, and OMG. He actually went out and did  that. […]

  • Mitsu Fruende BaWü Geburtstagtreffen 2010

Mitsu Fruende BaWü Geburtstagtreffen 2010

On 11 September, 2009, four Mitsubishi owners got together as a group for the first time. The Baden-Würtemburg chapter of the Mitsu Fruende was born. In the twelve months that followed, these Mitsubishi Friends would get together on a regular basis. On 11 September, 2010, almost thirty Mitsubishi owners showed up for the Gebrutstagtreffen (Birthday Meet). We were there.

Am 11 September, 2009, trafen sich vier Mitsubishi Fahrer zum ersten mal.
Die Mitsubishi Freunde Baden-Würtemberg wurden geboren. In den folgenden zwölf Monaten versammelten sich die Mitsubishi Freunde regelmäßig und am 11 September 2010 kamen fast dreißig Mitglieder zum Geburtstagstreffen (Birthday Meet).
Wir waren dort.

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  • Vahid Ghaffari’s 92 Galant VR4

Vahid Ghaffari’s 92 Galant VR4

It’s a small world.  While governments struggle for power, Mitsubishi enthusiasts see a different world.  A world where the struggle for power is all about horsepower, and one in which national borders dissolve through a brotherhood of automotive passion.  Vahid’s story is at once inspiring and enraging.  Read on and think about it.  […]