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
Story Jim Moore / Images Jim Moore and Victor Cotto - May 24, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments
Rebuilding an early fuel regulator
Our restoration/repair of a vacuum fuel supply canister focuses on the typical Stewart unit used on the 1916-’28 Chevrolets. similar Stewart units were used on many other makes and models during the teens, ’20s and ’30s.... more
Earl Duty - April 19, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments
Squeezing 74 more inches in a 318
Having followed our ongoing efforts on the Swing n’ Sting Dart, you may already know that John and I were now at the point of getting another engine assembled.... more
Story Geoff Stunkard / Images John Stunkard - April 12, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments
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
Story Andy Bolig - April 05, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments
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
Geoff Stunkard - March 29, 2012 10:00 AM - Comments