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1990 Corvette ZR-1 Bonneville Salt Flats Racer

1990 Corvette ZR-1 Bonneville Salt Flats Racer

Chasing a Bonneville Record in a 1990 Corvette

When describing the excitement of rocketing down the salt-covered racetrack at 400 feet per second, Dave Hlebichuk of Texas said, “It feels like you are driving on hard-packed snow. The crosswind changes a lot in the three-mile, and it can easily move the car 50 feet either way. If you need to do too much correction … well you’re pretty much done!”... more

CORVETTE

Jeffrey Conger - August 01, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

2010 Lingenfelter Signature Series Camaro

2010 Lingenfelter Signature Series Camaro

Driving the Lingenfelter Signature Series Camaro

How do you take a Gen-V Camaro SS and make it stand out from the rest of the general population? The Lingenfelter Performance Engineering team has the answer. Their “out of the box” thinking continues to raise the bar with their passion for performance, power and creative design.... more

GM

Al Rogers - August 01, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

2008 Mustang GT500: Blue Diamond

2008 Mustang GT500: Blue Diamond

The Best in a Long Line of Mustangs

From Palm Coast, Florida, Don Gress has the best of both worlds. He makes his living as an ASE Master Certified Mechanic and has always enjoyed working on cars. He is also a staunch Mustang fan who has owned more than 40 in his lifetime.... more

MUSTANG

Joe Greeves - August 01, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

3.7L V-6 Gets Power of Envy

3.7L V-6 Gets Power of Envy

Pony Power Test

Over the course of its multi-decade existence, the Mustang has experienced an ebb and flow of horsepower, even at its very beginning. As the ’64½ cars from the spring/summer production transitioned to the true ’65 model year that fall, all non-HiPo engines experienced a gain in output.... more

MUSTANG

Story Chris Richardson - June 20, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

Callaway Camaro Road Trip

Callaway Camaro Road Trip

Sandy beaches to snow drifts in a 572hp Callaway Camaro

The drive started with a set of keys for the 2010 Callaway SC572 package-equipped Camaro being tossed to us with a big smile from Sales Manager Mark Diaz at Callaway authorized dealer Tropical Chevrolet in Miami Shores, Florida.... more

GENERAL

Story Andy Bolig - June 20, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

Fast and Custom Made '74

Fast and Custom Made '74

This split rear bumper is what most other drivers will see!

Gary Wilson is a floating inspector for General Electric. But more than being able to look at something and tell when things look right, he’s one of those people who are able to BUILD something and have it look right. ... more

CORVETTE

Story Andy Bolig - June 20, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

Cuda Fishes For More Power

Cuda Fishes For More Power

Stepping Up To the Power Plate

When the second generation fastback Barracuda hit the streets in 1967, Car & Driver decreed it the best looking car out of Detroit that year.... more

MOPAR

Story Roger C. Johnson - June 20, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

18 Years Brings Lifetime Achievement

18 Years Brings Lifetime Achievement

An 18-year restoration project brings together father and son

It all began when Richard Loschiavo purchased this 1964 Corvette in 1985 for $5,500 after seeing it advertised in a local newspaper. Over the next 18 years, he worked with his son Rick off and on to restore this second-generation coupe. Call it a labor of love.... more

CORVETTE

Story Eric Kaminsky - Images Bill Erdman - June 20, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

Hurst SSJ is a Rare Find

Hurst SSJ is a Rare Find

Pontiac’s ultimate Grand Prix was the Hurst SSJ

From the beginning, Pontiac’s Grand Prix was marketed as a personal luxury car, combining the best of luxury and performance into one while competing in the marketplace with the likes of the Chevy Monte Carlo, Buick Riviera and Chrysler 300. ... more

CLASSICS

Story Jim Black - June 20, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments

Hot Rodders of Tomorrow

Hot Rodders of Tomorrow

Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Build Opportunity for Young Enthusiasts

The news programs are full of gloomy information when it comes to technical education. You hear of budget cuts and the effects they will have on extracurricular activities and “non-traditional” education. Programs like Driver’s Ed have long ago been eliminated from many schools.... more

GENERAL

Story Larry Jewett - Images Hot Rodders of Tomorrow - June 19, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments