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Selling Your Project Vehicle

Bangin’ the Gears: Welcome to Heartbreak. At some point nearly every gearhead is faced with the task of selling their hot rod, whether it be a beloved modern muscle car or a timeless classic. Some sell because they want to; maybe because they’re upgrading to a bigger and better project or maybe it’s just time […] Read More

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[Bangin' the Gears] Modern Motor Swaps: Yay or nay?

Love’em or hate’em, modern motor swaps are a big part of the industry. But with all the hoopla about LS-swap this and modular-Ford-swap that, we forget that enthusiasts have been swapping newer, more powerful motors into their hot rods for years. Read More

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Pin Ups, Hot Rods, and Americana Rock the Country Music Capitals

  Photographer Mitzi Valenzuela recently undertook an epic journey to capture some of her favorite things – old cars, picture perfect pinups, and Americana – when she road tripped out to Tennessee from Southern California to shoot the Advanced Plating Open House and the Goodguys Nashville Round Up, finishing up at Coker Tire this past […] Read More

GMPP LSX454R Crate Engine

[Drag Race 101] Build It or Buy It?

Build it? Buy it? Mod it? We’ll consider all of these options but for our first foray into Drag 101, we want to provide some options for looking exclusively at the LS engine, a staple of the strip. Read More

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A History of Racing in Film

  Twenty years ago, racing legend Ayrton Senna died in a tragic accident at the San Marino Gran Prix. Reminiscences of his life, his legacy and his death have filled motorsports publications as the racing world ruminates on the anniversary of  his loss, and the loss of others in the sport.  The documentary about his […] Read More

Operation Enduring Freedom

Oxy-Acetylene Welding For The Hot Rodder Part III– Running a Bead

In previous articles (Part I & Part II), I talked about how to choose and set up your equipment for oxy-acetylene welding. I also covered the basics of setting your torch correctly, so you have a nice neutral (equal parts oxygen and acetylene) flame. Too much acetylene and it will be sooty and add carbon […] Read More

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