Car Craft - 2007

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January
Up Front - CarCraft.com This Month (We have a new blog page, updated project vehicles, and handy pop-ups), Front Man (Sometimes Fridays are extra good), Readers' Pages (Getting sideways with a twin-turbo '65 Corvette and other readers activities), Action!! (Cruz Pedregon rides his chariot of fire. Nitro! Mmmmm, toasty), Straight Scoop (Bill Clinton gets a hybrid, and GMPP builds a 500-inch block, all in the same country) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage - (Glimpse a moderate collection of kick-ass Mopars), Speed Shop (We test the radical new swivel water neck. Some hyperbole included), Horsepower! (Scatter your torque converter bolts like jelly beans at an Easter egg hunt), Check Valve-To-Piston Clearance (You don't need a big cam and domed pistons to break stuff, just the wrong combo), Plastigage Versus The Micrometer (If you are going for stupid power and sky-high rpm, use a mic), How To Degree Your Cam (Including some new ways to look at the stuff), Mikronite Your Rearend (It's like shot-peening stress relief for any part on the car), A/C For Any Car (Sure it's the middle of winter, try to imagine the sweat that is coming), Take The Ultimate Road Trip (But first, spend 1000 hours working under the car and drinking barley pop), Inside The 904 (Ever wonder what you would get with a mail-order transmission? Wonder no more), Bend New Hard Lines (Crimping, kinking and throwing the tool at the dog are parts of the procedure), Diagnose Your TPI (We are at it again with Steve and his chick magnet, minus the chicks), What's Your Problem? (Some guy wants to run a Hilborn on the street, and we say sure, why not) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (Drag racing the pizza guy. What more can we say), '70 Buick GSX With A Twist (And by twist, we mean small-block Chevy swap. E-mail Smith at CarCraft.com), '89 Orange Turbo IROC Camaro (Built for lots of pennies and wheels-up hang-time turbo shoosh), '65 502-Powered Nova (Get groceries, lay rubber, live the life), '65 Pontiac GTO (Sure, it has motor swap, but this one's all Poncho) Out Back - On The Rack (You claim you don't need it then stare at it for an hour), Junkyard Crawl (Man, everyone has a Road Runner but us these days), Behind The Scenes (Here is a list of mistakes we made so you can stop e-mailing us about them), Rear View (This is the year of the anniversary of everything), The Last Page (Like the setting of the sun, this is the last metaphor)
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February
Up Front - CarCraft.com This Month (Check the boards for questionable tech advice or the latest reader rant), Front Man (Goodbye to Johnny Loper Sr), Readers' Pages (More wheelies and burnouts. What could be better?), Action!! (See Ron Krisher outrun his parachute while upside-down and backwards), Straight Scoop (Camaro ringtones, the 427R Mustang and smart comments about the nature of things) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (The Hardcore garage is well...hard-core and full of forced induction), Speed Shop (Ever read the one about the Q-jet? It's all in here), Horsepower! (This month we show you a 565-inch Big Block Chevy making 2800 hp), How To Stroke Any Engine (First you have to get up the nerve to ask it out), The E85 Solution (More boost equals more power. How about 600 hp from 355 inches. Ha), How To Break In A Cam (There are a couple of things that have changed. Read about them here), A Story About Oil (There is more to oil than you ever wanted to know), How To Pound Out A Dent (Pounding it in is the easy part. Fire and hammers are the solution), How To Hang A Quarter-Panel (Remember that GS convertible we are toying with? It's getting straighter), Lash Valves The Easy Way (Smith and Glad agree on nothing. So we included both methods), What's Your Problem? (Clutch chatter is probably like teeth chatter for people in the Midwest) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (K&B get an all-girl pit crew just like those import-tuner guys), Boss 302 Mustang (It's real and it's fast and it's real fast. Better than an all-girl pit crew (almost)), '66 Chevy II Sedan (Post cars are the next '69 Camaro. Ask us how we know), Cruisin' USA, Grand Rapids, Michigan (Glad told Smith that this was in Wyoming. You'll see why), The AMC Nationals (It's Magnetos annual pilgrimage to the land of affordable cars) Out Back - On The Rack (Whoa. Sorry in advance to anyone who thinks Rayne is in her undies), Junkyard Crawl (The second-gen Camaro, cool or no? We say green-on-green with Ts please), Behind The Scenes (This month we attack David Freiburger 'cause we can), Rear View (Like reaching down into the sink for a hair clog. What are you gonna get?), The Last Page (Last month we used a simile and called it a metaphor. Notice)
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April
Up Front - CarCraft.com This Month (Since this is the paint and body issue, we've added more P&B stories online), Front Man (OK, so I built one Mercedes. Go outside for some Primal Sceam Therapy), Readers' Pages (Big steel wagons and possibly the longest Buick ever. Send burnouts), Action (It's teh end of the Skinny-Kid Oldsmobile we promised you last month), Straight Scoop (Guess What? This news will make that steak you ate last night the right thing to do) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (This is more like a giant meat locker than a garage. There is lots of meat), Speed Shop (We found a killer vintage body-bumping book and read it aloud to the kids), Horsepower (This is the first time we've run a Mopar small-block in HP. We know you want it), Paint Your Car For $1,016 (The watchers watch and the doers do. We did the whole car so you can too), 480 hp for $3,775 (This our first crack at a junkyard 6.0L from a Chevy truck), Rust Busting (Fix rust with a s pray coating that cooks into paintable metal), Fix Your Paint Chips (You can do this without sanding to primer and starting fresh), What's Your Problem? (We have some advice for the Olds guys. No Olds? There is carb help too) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (K&B prove that corn isn't just for making whiskey anymore), Vintage Trans-Am Racing (Did you know that there are guys still racing like they did in 1970? They're rich), Troy LaCrone's 8-second Small-Block '71 Nova (Isn't it nuts how many guys are going 8s with small-blocks?), Mark Gjavenis' '65 Chevrolet Chevelle 300 Deluxe (Isn't it nuts how many guys are making 1000 hp?), Ron Arndt's '69 Barracuda (We sneaked this one in for its Pro Street tubs, Hemi and four-speed), Jack Ketchum's '69 AMC Rambler American (Two blue Rambler Americans in one issue. Don't tell the boss) Out Back - On The Rack (We're gooing to admit it's no more than girls in provocative poses. You like?), Junkyard Crawl (Steve somehow managed to find a Hemi in the junkyard. It's true), Behind The Scenes (See Nomads, meaty differentials, and a really poor purchasing decision), Rear View (This is a cool shot of the tech lines at Lions Drag Strip in 1972)
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