This time around, we’ll look at everything from thermostat housing bolts to dead dash lamps and little of everything in between.
The collector system found on a set of race headers might have more to offer than you’d first think.
Perhaps 20 years ago, maybe longer, it wasn’t uncommon to see dedicated drag racers at a test and tune working with adjustable headers.
There’s something here for every GM musclecar fan.
Welcome to part 3 of our giant 88 restoration, maintenance and performance-tip series for GM musclecars.
Here’s our second batch of tips. Check ‘em out and stay tuned; the countdown has just begun!
Working on a vintage musclecar project can become downright trying. On the other hand, finishing a task properly provides a feeling of fulfillment and satisfaction that’s tough to beat.
Tubing, hoses and wire bundles are pretty much the norm in any car – race or street. How you fasten those bits is important too.
In this piece, Wayne Scraba shows us how to adjust the idle of a Holley carb.
When a Holley 4150 or 4500-series carb is mounted normally, fuel rushes toward the primary jets as the car accelerates. It also means fuel runs away from the secondary jets. Not good. But today, the cure is simple.