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FE Tunnelport

FE Tunnelport

A vintage Holman-Moody FE spends some time on the dyno.

It’s 1968, and if you’re a diehard Ford fan, you’re watching David Pearson and Cale Yarborough dominate NASCAR in their new Mercury Cyclones and Ford Torinos with the killer 427 Tunnel Port bolted under the hood of those long aerodynamic bodies.... more

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Story Jim Moore / Images Jim Moore and Victor Cotto - May 24, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments

Disc Brakes Made Simple

Disc Brakes Made Simple

Carmen Anastasio wants your old car to stop safely.

Carmen Anastasio, the mind behind Master Power Brakes in Mooresville, North Carolina, has spent his adult life making collector cars stop better.... more

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Story Brad Bowling - April 19, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments

A Safe Environment

A Safe Environment

When There’s Work to be Done, Do It Safely

Your garage can be called many things.... more

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Story Kevin Harper - April 12, 2012 10:18 AM - Comments

Garage Band

Garage Band

FAST’s wide-band sensor helps our supercharged LT1 really dance to a different tune.

There are so many reasons why a properly tuned engine should be the goal of every enthusiast. No denying that they run better, but they also run much cleaner and they use less fuel as well. ... more

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Story Andy Bolig - April 05, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments

The Right Engine

The Right Engine

Biggest remanufacturer in the U.S. also does engines for classics and restorations

So you blew up your engine, or maybe it just needs to be rebuilt after a lot of miles. Possibly, you’re doing a restoration and the engine is part of your project.... more

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Hib Halverson - March 22, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments

EFI questions answered

EFI questions answered

Understanding the basics of EFI and your options

Growing up in the heyday of the muscle car era, we all learned early on which of us knew how to tune a carburetor and who knew how to make power.... more

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Chad Westfall - February 09, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments

Powdercoating At Home

Powdercoating At Home

Dishing up some batter-dipped parts for a '65 Barracuda

Don’t you hate it when you spend all day painting up some fresh suspension parts for your favorite ride, taking the time to carefully install and tweak them only to have the first rock that kicks up into your undercarriage take a nice quarter-pounder sized chip out of your freshly painted control arm?... more

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Scott Lachenauer - December 15, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Fuel injection swap

Fuel injection swap

Fuel injection engineered for the masses

Remember when electronic fuel injection was first introduced from the OEM? As car guys, it scared us. Then, it made us angry. How could the manufacturers take away the best part of being a gearhead?... more

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Nic Conley - December 08, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Steering wheels

Steering wheels

Style, Convenience, and Safety Merged

Undoubtedly, the single most important piece of equipment in an automotive interior, from the vehicle control standpoint, is the steering wheel. Not only does it ensure the automobile safely goes where it is pointed, but the very size and shape is critical to comfortable driving.... more

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Eric Eikenberry - October 20, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Towing

Towing

Picking the right tow vehicle

During the dog days of summer – at least in our neck of the woods (tourist country) – a common site is an overworked RV stranded on the side of the road, hood up and engine steaming. Honestly, just because a given car, truck or RV can have a hitch fitted doesn’t make it a tow vehicle.... more

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Wayne Scraba - October 13, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments