Posted in Design, General, The Car Show, Zap, Zombies by MrAngry | December 17th, 2013 | Leave a Reply |


Full grown adult males, plastic ride-on toys made for children, and a very steep hill that’s riddled with dirt, rocks and trees.

Seriously, what could go wrong…


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Wheels & Rims: Repair, Refinish, and Fitment – /DRIVE CLEAN

Posted in Alfa Romeo, DRIVE, Educational, European Rides, Funny Videos, General, Parking, Plug-In Vehicles, Porsche, Rides, The Car Show, Videos, Zombies by MrAngry | July 13th, 2013 | Leave a Reply |


Apart from the paint itself, your wheels and rims make the biggest statement about your car. In this episode, we learn about how to properly repair and revitalize wheels damaged by “curb rashing,” accidents, and potholes. We’ll also review fitment requirements and other considerations for selecting the perfect tire and wheel combination. - Larry Kosilla, /DRIVE CLEAN Host /


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Reader’s Rides: Taylor’s 2009 Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited

Posted in 4x4, Jeep, Other, Reader Rides, Zombies by Kurt Ernst | March 9th, 2011 | 3 Responses |
2009 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited

Taylor's very tasteful 2009 Rubicon Unlimited.

Remember my piece on “Rides For The Coming Zombie Apocalypse”? Taylor’s 2009 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited definitely fits the requirements, and I have to admit that I’d take this over my own FJ Cruiser as the ultimate end-of-the-world ride. His Rubicon will get you anywhere you need to go; more importantly, it will get you back home again and he’s only at Stage 1 of his build. So what does Stage 1 include? Read on to find out and to see more pics. Read More…

Zombies on Patrol Spook Town Residents.

Posted in Best of, FAIL / Funny, Zombies by MrAngry | January 24th, 2011 | 1 Response |

Zombies Apocolypse

What would you do if you saw and electric road sign that read: “CAUTION ZOMBIES AHEAD”. If you’re anything like Kurt and myself then odds are you’d go home, get strapped and gas up that old chainsaw you’ve got sitting in the corner of the garage. We here at Ridelust.com have been predicting the coming of a zombie apocalypse now for quite some time and have even brought you some great getaway vehicles. I suppose that’s why we weren’t that surprised when we saw this report on a sign that was placed by an elementary school in Hampton, Virginia. These kids were right to be concerned as everyone knows that zombies go for the little ones first. Click through the video news report…. Read More…

Best Car to Drive in a High Speed Pursuit

Posted in Audi, BMW, Chevrolet, Ford, Lamborghini, Lincoln, Mustang, Zombies by Frank | January 5th, 2011 | 11 Responses |

What would you do if, say, you were being pursued by Nazi SS who wanted to kill you (because, you know, they’re Nazis)? Or what if your daughter was captured by evil communist lackeys who then drove off into the sunset with her? Or how about if the happened and the undead masses learned how to drive cars in pursuit of your moist, delicious brains? There are many everyday scenarios just like these that will make it MANDATORY that you get involved in a high speed chase. In order to prepare for such inevitabilities, it’s important that you get the right car. But what car is that?
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Are You Ready For The Zombie Apocalypse?

Posted in 4x4, Bizarre, car modifications, DIY, Funny Videos, General, Mechanics, Pop Culture, Zombies by Kurt Ernst | December 26th, 2010 | 3 Responses |

We here at Akatuki4 have given you lots of useful information on surviving the zombie apocalypse, but I have to give props to this video tutorial created by the guys at Mighty Car Mods. Not only does it show you how to build the ultimate zombie mobile (from materials at hand), but it also gives you useful information on weaponry and, um, sourcing food (not for the faint of stomach). Overall, the advice is solid, but I’d disagree on a few key points (like cutting a hole in the roof). A stand-up gunport is of limited use (ever try to make a head shot from a moving vehicle?), and it just gives zombies one more point of entry. Personally, I’d advise against it, and I’d advise against taking out the windows before you screen them. Tempered glass (behind metal screening) still offers reasonable protection from bodily fluids and zombie intrusion. I say leave it in.

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