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No more back seat

No more back seat

A slick way to spiff up the interior of your Mustang and shed a few pounds.

Mustangs, like many other sports cars, have rear seats that are mainly there for moral support. It’s cramped enough to give anybody a case of claustrophobia.... more

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Ricardo Topete - January 26, 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

Drum Brake Maintenance 

Drum Brake Maintenance 

Performance doesn't have to be mundane if you remember these simple tips

Disc brakes have changed the way we look at braking systems because they vastly improve braking performance and safety. Discs don’t fade under hard braking and they’re virtually unaffected by water.... more

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Jim Smart - 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

Mini tachometer installation

Mini tachometer installation

Fill that clock void in your 1967 and 1968 Mustang instrument panel with usefulness

Ford bucked and assembled a lot of 1967-’68 Mustangs — in fact a staggering 789,525 units in three assembly plants in a two-year period that also included an ugly strike and plant shutdown.... more

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Jim Smart - December 22, 2011 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

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

Supercharging a 2007 Z06

Supercharging a 2007 Z06

Over 150 reasons to supercharge your Z06

Just hearing the number 427 conjures up memories of the mighty rumbling big-block powering the Corvettes or Camaros of the late sixties. Who isn’t awe-inspired by the mere idea of being behind the wheel of one of these beasts from the muscle car era?... more

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Nic Conley - November 23, 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

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