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Burgy Joins Fidanza

Ed “Blake” Burgy has joined the Fidanza Engineering team as director of sales and marketing. Blake brings more than 20 years of automotive aftermarket experience to the position. His resume includes Summit Racing Equipment, CORSA Exhausts... more

GENERAL

Larry Jewett - September 24, 2011 08:00 AM - Comments

Coker Cruise-In

Coker Cruise-In

Fun for All in Tennessee

In case you’re not aware, Coker Tire is a specialty tire company that also owns the legendary Honest Charley Speed Shop. The Coker Tire compound (no pun intended) consists of both the Coker and Honest Charley facilities, located in the historic... more

GENERAL

Tommy Lee Byrd - September 23, 2011 02:05 PM - Comments

Customized 1969 Camaro

Customized 1969 Camaro

This One Hits the Mark

When we interview builders about the reason behind a creation, we often hear themes like wanting a good daily driver or hoping to create something new and different. We believe Brian Hall’s initial goal must have been a genuine quest for perfection since his beautiful ’69 Camaro is among the best we’ve seen.... more

GM

Joe Greeves - September 23, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments

Bolt-on power for S197 Mustangs

Bolt-on power for S197 Mustangs

A bolt-on approach to more power for your S197 ’Stang!

2010 introduced a thorough redesign of the S197 Mustang platform that we have become so fond of. Ford did a terrific job in updating the car inside and out.... more

MUSTANG

Ricardo Topete - September 23, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments

Choosing an Oil Filter

Choosing an Oil Filter

Oil Filters 101

It’s one of the unsung heroes found on or in your car’s engine. It has a clear purpose that’s understood, but the level of understanding goes beyond the “what does it do?” question. The informed consumer and car lover needs to know how it does what it does and why. Otherwise, you could make some buying decisions that may unintentionally lead to problems down the road.... more

GENERAL

Story Kevin Haper Images Royal Purple - September 23, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments

Choosing an Oil Filter

Choosing an Oil Filter

Oil Filters 101

It’s one of the unsung heroes found on or in your car’s engine. It has a clear purpose that’s understood, but the level of understanding goes beyond the “what does it do?” question. The informed consumer and car lover needs to know how it does what it does and why. Otherwise, you could make some buying decisions that may unintentionally lead to problems down the road.... more

GENERAL

Story Kevin Haper Images Royal Purple - September 23, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments

Building door braces

Building door braces

How to build door braces for your Shark’s restoration

When you restore your C3 Corvette, door braces are needed to keep your body and cage in alignment when the body is pulled from the frame and the doors/windshield removed.... more

CORVETTE

Bob Cultrona - September 23, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments

Oldest Running Auto

Oldest Running Auto

The world's oldest running auto goes up for auction.

The world’s oldest running motor car, a historic 1884 De Dion Bouton et Trepardoux Dos-a-Dos Steam Runabout (pictured) will cross the auction podium next month as part of RM Auctions’ popular Hershey, Pennsylvania sale (October 6 – 7, 2011).... more

GENERAL

Andy Bolig - September 22, 2011 02:09 PM - Comments

Suspension Buyer’s Guide

Suspension Buyer’s Guide

Various approaches to improve your ride’s ride

Travellers have understood the benefits of building in some sort of cushioning system long before the automobile entered the scene. The phrase “rides like a buckboard” heralds back to those earlier modes of transportation where they still recognized ride quality, even if there was only one or two horsepower.... more

GENERAL

Andy Bolig - September 21, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments

1958 Pontiac Bonneville

1958 Pontiac Bonneville

The 1958 Bonneville was an exercise in excess

It’s hard to believe that the storied career of the Bonneville, spanning nearly half a century, ended in 2005 when the model was finally laid to rest.... more

CLASSICS

Jim Black - September 21, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments