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Twin turbo Hemi build

Twin turbo Hemi build

Building a monster engine

As a young boy, Chris Perna discovered that he had a gift for drawing. He also had a vivid imagination for, of all things, creating monsters.... more

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Mark Ehlen - September 29, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments

1969 Nova Decals

1969 Nova Decals

Reproduction Stickers, Tags & Printed Paper For Your Muscle Car

Open the hood, peer through an open door or pop open the decklid on a well-restored muscle car and you’ll be met with plenty of detail. Some of it has to do with correct hardware, along with appropriate component finishes for various bits and pieces, but having the right decals and the right paperwork for (and on) your car actually goes a long way toward making the restoration complete.... more

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Wayne Scraba - September 29, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments

<!--StartFragment-->&#13;&#10;TCI transmission update

TCI transmission update

Mixing and matching TCI transmission performance parts to give your transmission a new lease on life

Anybody that has ever ventured inside of the fluid-breathing Hydra-matic monster found between the flex plate and rear axle knows this is not a job to be taken lightly. They also know that it really isn’t all that complicated and by doing it yourself at home, you can save loads of cash.... more

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Chris McDonald - September 29, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments

Trans Am seat cover replacement

Trans Am seat cover replacement

Replacing seat covers in a late-model Trans Am

No place sees more wear and tear in any car than the seats and the carpet. Whether they are cloth, vinyl or leather, the seats will see a lot of action and over time simply wear out.... more

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Jefferson Bryant - September 29, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Hurst shifter install

Hurst shifter install

Improving the “go as you row” in your late-model Mustang

When the restyled Mustang debuted in 2005, it was an instant hit with everyone. Classic styling reminiscent of the first generation Mustangs, retro-style upholstery, gauges, and scoops reminded us of what a Mustang SHOULD look like.... more

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Nic Conley - September 29, 2011 10:00 AM - Comments

Choosing an Oil Filter

Choosing an Oil Filter

Oil Filters 101

It’s one of the unsung heroes found on or in your car’s engine. It has a clear purpose that’s understood, but the level of understanding goes beyond the “what does it do?” question. The informed consumer and car lover needs to know how it does what it does and why. Otherwise, you could make some buying decisions that may unintentionally lead to problems down the road.... more

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Story Kevin Haper Images Royal Purple - September 23, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments

Choosing an Oil Filter

Choosing an Oil Filter

Oil Filters 101

It’s one of the unsung heroes found on or in your car’s engine. It has a clear purpose that’s understood, but the level of understanding goes beyond the “what does it do?” question. The informed consumer and car lover needs to know how it does what it does and why. Otherwise, you could make some buying decisions that may unintentionally lead to problems down the road.... more

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Story Kevin Haper Images Royal Purple - September 23, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments

Building door braces

Building door braces

How to build door braces for your Shark’s restoration

When you restore your C3 Corvette, door braces are needed to keep your body and cage in alignment when the body is pulled from the frame and the doors/windshield removed.... more

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Bob Cultrona - September 23, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments

Bolt-on power for S197 Mustangs

Bolt-on power for S197 Mustangs

A bolt-on approach to more power for your S197 ’Stang!

2010 introduced a thorough redesign of the S197 Mustang platform that we have become so fond of. Ford did a terrific job in updating the car inside and out.... more

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Ricardo Topete - September 23, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments

Suspension Buyer&rsquo;s Guide

Suspension Buyer’s Guide

Various approaches to improve your ride’s ride

Travellers have understood the benefits of building in some sort of cushioning system long before the automobile entered the scene. The phrase “rides like a buckboard” heralds back to those earlier modes of transportation where they still recognized ride quality, even if there was only one or two horsepower.... more

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Andy Bolig - September 21, 2011 12:00 PM - Comments