Photographer Larry Martinelli eats some pork and shares some amazing finds at the Auto Dismantling Yard.
In a past issue, we dug into the basics of rebuilding a set of drum brakes. Why drums? Simple. A large percentage of vintage US-built cars and light trucks came standard with drum brakes on at least one axle – some with drum brakes on all four corners.
Our friend Gary Rosier took some great shots at Daytona for their 2021 Champ Car Series.
Big changes are coming to the IndyCar lineups as fights between owners and drivers moving in and out of various teams continue.
Larry Martinelli went on a Shop Tour of Shop of Reedyville Goods in Loomis, California.
At one time back in the early ‘80s, we were sitting around the office of a collector car magazine wondering how long junkyards would last in the future.
Drum brakes – remember them? A few decades ago, they were the norm rather than the exception. And even when disc brakes made their debut, 99% of those cars had drums on the rear axle.
What a great weekend at the Syracuse Nationals 2023 …Largest car show in the northeast returns to NYS Fairgrounds.
The three-day event featured more than 3,200 pre-1989 cars and trucks. The show is held on a 54 acres lot at the former mall site on North Kings Highway.
Our friends over at Turn have unveiled Part 3 of its exciting 2023 Badlands Bronco “Gator” build