We built DIYauto.com to be the ultimate enthusiast-built automotive encyclopedia. The site is structured so you can find DIYs, builds, more within a few clicks of the homepage.
To get started, click "Choose Your Vehicle" at the top of the page to navigate to the vehicle you are interested in. On the vehicle pages you will find photos, videos, data, DIYs, builds, and more.
Thousands of articles have been donated by enthusiasts from around the world. We made it easy for people to add information to the site. As the site grows, DIYauto.com will become even more of a useful and informative resource for the gearhead community.
We know how fun it is to find out about interesting cars, so we made the site easy to browse. Vehicles are displayed in timelines on the manufacturer pages so you can visualize the lives of different models and what product-line were offered at different times. You can click through generations of vehicles and see how they changed over the years. There are places for users to post videos, vintage advertisements, information about the vehicle's designer or a particular engine. We want the site to be a deep well of information that is easy and fun to navigate through.
Whether you want to read about the designer of the original Chrysler 300, how to upgrade the suspension of a Porsche 911, or just to browse an endless supply of builds, we want DIYauto.com to be your place to go.
If you have a build, DIY, review or other information you'd like to donate, thanks! Become a member and you can add articles and edit information. You will also get a profile page where you can show off pictures of your car, as well as any builds or DIYs you've written. Thanks for joining us!
Steve and Nick