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What To Look For When Buying A Used Holley Carburetor

What To Look For When Buying A Used Holley Carburetor

Scouring swap meets looking for a used Holley carburetor for your application can be a daunting task. We contacted the folks at Holley to get a little information to help you find the perfect fuel squirter.Read More

Seriously Foxy: Dig This Rotisserie-Rebuilt ’88 Mustang GT

Seriously Foxy: Dig This Rotisserie-Rebuilt ’88 Mustang GT

With the wide variety of aftermarket parts available for the Fox Mustang, each project is unique. Even still, Scott Hartrick's ’88 GT is something truly special, and not just because of its looks and performance.Read More

Sealed Up: Inside Crate Motor Drag Racing With The NMRA And NMCA

Sealed Up: Inside Crate Motor Drag Racing With The NMRA And NMCA

The NMRA's Coyote Stock and NMCA's Chevrolet Performance Stock are the series' budget-friendly heads-up classes. We look at what brought these crate motor classes into existence and what the future holds for each.Read More

Linda Vaughn And Rob Kinnan Discuss Their New Book

Linda Vaughn And Rob Kinnan Discuss Their New Book

Motorsports icon Linda Vaughn finally writes her first book with veteran writer Rob Kinnan. We talk to the co-authors and find out what took so long, and if she really flashed a cop to get A.J. Foyt out of a ticket.Read More

Top Swaps! Ten Of Our Favorite Coyote-Swapped ’Stangs

Top Swaps! Ten Of Our Favorite Coyote-Swapped ’Stangs

Over the years we have seen a lot of cool Coyote swaps, but in recent times the quality of these combinations seems to get better. To celebrate some of these great cars, we put together a list of 10 favorites.Read More

At A Glance: How To Spot Differences In 1964.5-1968 Mustang

At A Glance: How To Spot Differences In 1964.5-1968 Mustang

For this At A Glance entry, we check out the early Mustang. It's a little more of a challenge, and with so many out there that have been modified, it gets even more difficult.Read More

A Fond Farewell To The Six-Cylinder ’Stang

A Fond Farewell To The Six-Cylinder ’Stang

We look back at the unsung hero of the muscle car wars, the V6 Mustang, as we bid adieu to this old warrior.Read More

Designing A Custom Crank With Scat Crankshafts

Designing A Custom Crank With Scat Crankshafts

Tom Lieb, founder of Scat Enterprises, shows us how his team tackles the R&D and manufacturing hurdles of custom crankshafts designed for anyone and virtually any application.Read More

Current To Classic: Our New Sites Are Dedicated To Ford

Current To Classic: Our New Sites Are Dedicated To Ford

Today is a thrilling day for us. We officially pulled the covers off not one but two incredible performance projects. These are not new project cars, however, they are our brand-new sites, Ford Muscle and FordNXT.Read More

Ryan Joseph’s Coupe Might Be The Cleanest Cobra Ever

Ryan Joseph’s Coupe Might Be The Cleanest Cobra Ever

There is a definite recipe of mods that works for Terminators, so it takes a lot for one to slither apart from the pit. Ryan Joseph’s striking black 2003 Cobra did just that. Read More

Texas MotorWorx Builds A Gas Monkey Ford Raptor

Texas MotorWorx Builds A Gas Monkey Ford Raptor

Think a stock Raptor is capable? Texas Motorworx owners Sam Bryce and Jason Cook build a Gas Monkey Energy Ford Raptor that takes the truck to the extreme!Read More

Classic Rocked! This 2012 Shelby GT500 Morphed Into A 1967

Classic Rocked! This 2012 Shelby GT500 Morphed Into A 1967

While many Shelby owners might be hesitant to add the typical bolt-ons to their shiny new rides, Dan Burback went far beyond bolt-ons. Instead, he cut up his 2012 Shelby and transformed it into a 1967.Read More

Look At The Amazing Fords Inside A Private Florida Museum

Look At The Amazing Fords Inside A Private Florida Museum

Mark Pieloch was kind enough to give us a personal tour of the American Muscle Car Museum, which is car enthusiast’s dreamland. It houses his personal collection of vehicles.Read More

Debate: Should You Let Your Car Warm Up First In Cold Weather?

Debate: Should You Let Your Car Warm Up First In Cold Weather?

Decades ago, we let our cars warm up in cold weather because we had to. Today, your modern car can warm up enough to drive in the amount of time it takes to put on your seatbelt.Read More

PRI 2016: Stage 8's Latest In Mechanical Locking Fastener Systems

PRI 2016: Stage 8’s Latest In Mechanical Locking Fastener Systems

While at PRI 2016, we stopped by the Stage 8's booth and talk to the company's Vice President of Technical Support, Glenn Thompson, to see what products they are excited to show consumers.Read More

Musclecars You Should Know: Mercury Cougar

Musclecars You Should Know: Mercury Cougar

After seeing the sales success of Ford's new Mustang pony car, Mercury wanted in. The result was the Cougar, a model which stranded the line between a luxury coupe and a full-bred muscle car throughout the 1960s. Read More

PRI 2016: Mahle "Original Gaskets" Sets Create A Big Buzz

PRI 2016: Mahle “Original Gaskets” Sets Create A Big Buzz

Mahle show off their one-stop, hassle free intake manifold sets that come directly to you with everything you need for installation, no running around required.Read More

PRI 2016: Dynocom Dyno X Hub Dyno And Quantum Software

PRI 2016: Dynocom Dyno X Hub Dyno And Quantum Software

While at PRI 2016 in Indianapolis, Indiana, we stopped by the Dynocom booth to see what new products the company is excited to share with consumers.Read More

PRI 2016: PBM Full Engine Kits for BBC, SBC, & SBF

PRI 2016: PBM Full Engine Kits for BBC, SBC, & SBF

Building an engine can be an extremely complicated affair, given that you are trying to piece together so many different parts that all have to work together. Thankfully the folks at PBM are doing the hard workRead More

PRI 2016: New Caliper Design from PFC Brakes

PRI 2016: New Caliper Design from PFC Brakes

PRI 2016: New Caliper Design from PFC Brakes-featuring newly designed calipers that have removed the external crossover tubes for all internal passages.Read More

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