One of the greatest things about the Barrett-Jackson auctions are not only the expected cars, but the unexpected cool ones that show up.
The day is finally upon you to buy the car you’ve wanted. You’ve found it on Racingjunk.com or through another channel. You’re going to buy this car! Here’s a list of the things to look for and ask of the seller.
You’ve been scrolling through RacingJunk.com and someone finally has the car of your dreams, except that it isn’t running; it’s a project car. How should you approach getting into another project? Here’s a list of ten tips to guide you along the way.
For a long time, drag racing has been led by the rear wheel drive (RWD) platforms. As recently as the mid-’90s, things have started to change. All-wheel drive (AWD) cars have made quite an impact on the drag racing world. Which is better, and why?
It has long been debated which is better for your engine – superchargers or turbochargers? In the quest for more horsepower, bolting on a power adder is one of the fastest ways to increase the output of your engine. Which one should you choose?
As much as the home mechanic or DIY’er wants to do everything possible to their own car, some things are better left to professionals.
To Keep It or Sell It? That is the question.
Nicholas Hayato illustrates how to run front oxygen sensors using the rear oxygen sensor harness.
In the world of aftermarket performance, the first step for most owners begins with the bolt-on upgrade.