As you dig into your new project car, the parts you need will quickly become apparent. But first things first: You should gather up reference material for your build.
If you’ve found a long distance love affair, hire a good appraiser. It’ll be worth every nickel.
This time around, the evaluation will expand almost exponentially.
How do you get around long distance purchases and wasted long distance trips?
Founded by retired Gulf War veteran Jeff Lambert four short years ago, Armed Forces Racing gives other retired service men and women the opportunity to experience what it is like to build and drive a drag car.
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.
Brad Pierson performed an LS swap on his father’s 1995 Chevrolet C1500.
This Olds V-8 powered go-kart is an instant burnout machine.