This is the last in our engine compartment detailing series.
In our last issue, we began a look at engine compartment detailing. Basically, it’s not a ho to do it series. Instead, it’s an “idea series”.
For Part 5 of MetalWorks Classic’s ’55 Chevy build, they take a look at their Art Morrison chassis with IRS suspension in raw form.
Keep the car simple, simple cars are easier to detail plus they’re easier to maintain.
This Chevy II is the perfect roller to drop in your new motor.
There are a lot of causes for chassis bind, but the first thing to look for is a bound up rod end (or “sets” of rod ends).
As our exploration of off-roading continues, we get into something that’s a little subjective. The body and chassis are two things the beginner should consider when building their rig.
Engineering is changing the way Late Models are run, especially the cost of running one.
This 1990 Ford Mustang hatchback looks to be a great candidate for some big power.