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Steel Nightmare

Steel Nightmare

AMD offers a solution to the high cost of mixing and matching replacement components

The 1969 Camaro is considered by many to be the iconic Chevrolet supercar era vehicle. From six cylinders and Z28s to RS Pace Cars and the 427 COPO models, there were over a quarter-million examples built in the final year of the first-gen F-body (and over 840,000 over the total three year run).... more

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Geoff Stunkard - March 29, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments

Radio Daze

Radio Daze

Recapturing the sounds of the ’60s

Magic. Some cars have it, most don’t. But when it comes to vintage Chevrolet muscle cars, they have magic in spades. In many cases, it’s the reason that enthusiasts are so passionate about owning and driving them.... more

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Larry Weiner - March 15, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments

Safer Stoppers

Safer Stoppers

Discs and a dual brake system at home in a weekend

Dave Elwell’s Bonneville Hardtop came stock with manual four-wheel drum brakes and 14-inch wheels. He wanted to upgrade the brake system with front discs and keep the stock rear drum brakes.... more

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Jerry Slattery & Associates - March 08, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments

More power from the LT1

More power from the LT1

Bolt-on power gains on GM’s venerable LT1 motor

It wasn’t too long ago that GM’s LT1 engine found its way under the hood of nearly everything that had a performance flavor to it.... more

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Ricardo Topete - February 23, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments

Putting in a new rearend in a 1958 Chevy

Putting in a new rearend in a 1958 Chevy

You can install these Jim Meyer kits at home in a weekend

There are a lot of reasons why you may want to install a new rearend kit in your ride and these Jim Meyer Racing Products, any-width kits, with new 31-spline (or optional 35-spline) Dutchman alloy axles, cover most of them.... more

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Jerry Slattery - February 16, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments

King Kong

King Kong

Inside the strongest bolt-in rearends on the planet

Over the years, getting the right heavy-duty rearend for a car meant junkyard scrounging. You had to unearth the right rearend for the right car.... more

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Wayne Scraba - January 19, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments

Camaro gauge refurbishment

Camaro gauge refurbishment

Making Dashboard and Console Gauges Look New

Chevrolet called the first-generation Camaro “The closest thing to a ’Vette yet”.... more

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Larry Weiner - January 12, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments

Nova fuel tank replacement

Nova fuel tank replacement

Fixing fuel system problems you might not even know you have

Let’s face it. We’re all messing with cars that are 40 or so years old, And those years have a way of deteriorating hardware, even on low mileage vehicles.... more

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Wayne Scraba - December 01, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

1967 Camaro details

1967 Camaro details

Doing everything right

First generation Camaros are among the most popular vehicles ever built. These versatile pony cars have been hot rodded, customized and modified in every conceivable way. Incredible success stories in the performance world inspired enthusiasts to build thousands of first gen Camaros into dedicated race cars and wild street cars.... more

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Larry Weiner - November 17, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Supercharging a late model GTO

Supercharging a late model GTO

ProCharger force feeds our Goat

It really wasn’t that long ago that a 400hp street car was something special. To have that much horsepower and retain true street manners was sometimes as elusive as the mighty unicorn.... more

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Nic Conley - October 27, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments