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February
Up Front - This Month On CarCraft.com (Excessive references to the CC staff as tech gurus/experts. Plus a couple of cool transmission stories); Front Man (A retro hat jogs memories of late '80s bliss); Readers' Pages (We lead with a big burnout, add dueling burnouts and end with red-wheel hate mail); Action!! (Hemi power plus gnarly wheelspin equals a munched Willys); Straight Scoop (An obit for a legend next to Aussie slang and Paris Hilton just doesn't seem right) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (Like FE Fords? Not as much as this guy. Here's a homebuild garage stuffed with vintage Ford iron); Speed Shop (Has anyone tried using an impact wrench as a power adder? Get to work); Horsepower! (Smith shows off a straight-six that makes more power than a lot of V-8s); Cool Shop Tools (Get some bar stock and fire up the MIG. Making things is easier than you think); Build A Shop (Every car guy needs his own shop. Learn from dudes who've built one already); Nitrous For Street Cars (The CC?Rambler bounces back from chewed-up distributor gear with a tunnel-ram and a lot of nitrous); EFI Explained (Smith breaks down fuel injection into easy, bite-sized pieces); Stroked W-Motor (This is not your typical Chevy story. Magneto documents a 409 build. Green rubber gloves sold seperately); What's Your Problem? (Questions about cam advance and engine builds keeps Smith happier than a pig in...) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (Bernie sells his soul for a crate motor that grenades his transmission); '66 Fastback (Jim Brink dropped a 5.0 in his Mustang and beat us at our own game); NMCA Atlanta (More wheelies than you can shake a stick at); Viper-Powered Plymouth Fury (Swapping in the long V-10 means lots of firewall surgery); Tom Mattingly's Mustang (It's a real Boss 302 in Alaska. Yes, Alaska) Out Back - On The Rack (Dickies work shirts look much better on the models than they do on us); Junkyard Crawl (Magneto references Buck Rogers while pondering Fairmont Futuras. Awesome); Behind The Scenes (We visit R.E.M. mecca and bash our '67 Mustang's wheelhousings. Just a typical day); Rear View (Do you love the vintage stuff as much as we do?)
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March
Contents - Up Front - This Month on CarCraft.com (Message boards, blogs and pop-ups. Check it out), Front Man (Glad sinks a Bronco. "I'm the king of the world") Readers' Pages (Photos from the '80s. Custom wheels have come a long way since then), Action! (We should make these pages scratch and sniff), Straight Scoop (The OE's ax two cars and roll out some funky concepts. This is why we build old cars) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (How many of you can boast that you have a milling machine in your garage?) Speed Shop (Want to turbo your fourth gen F-car? Have we got the thing for you), Horsepower! (With a CNC machine you can make any size engine you want), Oval Port Shootout (Smith spent a month just setting up the valves on those heads), Clutch Swap (We show you how to R&R a clutch from beginning to end), Make Your Own Headers (Smoke, but no mirrors. We pulled it off on our own), DIS Controller (Plug in eight wires and power four coils), Engine Balance Basics (What you need to know to make your crankshaft live. Crank disasters see pg 112), Box Your Control Arms (We fire up the welder again and show you how to eradicate spongy handling for free), What's Your Problem? (Big-Blocks swapped into Camaros and why to avoid 305 Chevys like the plague) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (Even aliens can become car-guys), Dynomax Power To The Wheels (Imagine a seven-way shootout where all the cars make over 1000 hp. We were there), Dan Spere's Comet (A mid-11-second daily driver in the Dyno Don tradition), Brian Lewis's '66 Fairlane (A chassis builder chops the shock towers and fits a Mustang II front end), Josh Kunkel's '89 Camaro (An LS1 swap and custom brakes make a true all-rounder out of this third Gen), Neal Reid's '67 Chevelle (He's rebuilt this car twice. Now it sports tri-power and a four-speed) Out Back - On The Rack (This month, more girls), Junkyard Crawl (You'll wish you had a time machine. These cars are long gone), Behind The Scenes (Smith spotted a custom fuelie, and Glad witnessed catastrophic crank failure), Rear View (CC was there when Two Lane Blacktop was in first shown)
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May
Contents - Up Front - This Month On CarCraft.com (Archives article. New stuff when we get a chance), Front Man (Glad had an outline for this column, but he threw it out. Now he just wings it), Readers' Pages (It's shorter this month because no one is sending in their burnouts), Action! (Smoky burnouts give way to flames and carnage), Straight Scoop (Do we really need another go around of Knight Rider. Answer, No) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (A Javelin, anAMX and a 351-C in a Fox Mustang. We like the way this guy thinks), Speed Shop (Buy Red's toolbox or he'll shoot), Horsepower! (Here's one way to make 1,000 hp - add a giant supercharger), Mustang V-8 Swap (We dropped our '67 Mustang off at Tim Moore's shop. Two weeks later it has a 302), Gen III Into Early El Camino (We slide a Gen III engine into Glad's Elco and tell you how it's done), GM Rear Disc Brake Swap (Big brakes for 10 and 12-bolt axles), Customized Bearing Clearances (Micrometers and math involved. Better running engines are the outcome), What's Your Problem? (Smith waxes poetic on superchargers and oil pumps. English class was never like this) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (Give these guys a TV show - CSI KB), Jonathan LaPaglia's Challenger (This guy has been on TV. He also builds a cool Challenger with modern Hemi power), Mike Bighley's Camaro (Is that tire smoke or clutch smoke? Mike's 900hp small-block makes both), Tom Johnson's Chevelle (We call this the Crazy Chevelle. On the motor, it makes 1,200hp), Readers' Contest (A long time ago, we asked you to send photos of your cars. Now we're asking for your votes) Out Back - On The Rack (A reader recently informed us this was his favorite part of the magazine. Others send hate mail), Junkyard Crawl (Did you ever wonder where Edsels go to die), Behind The Scenes (We offer heartfelt apologies to the Trans-Am guys), Rear View (Cool old archive photos without the smell of the archives)
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July
Contents - Up Front - This Month On CarCraft.com (The voting is over for the readers' ride contest, but there are other things to see and do); Front Man (Glad makes fun of people who send press releases to our in box. You know who you are); Readers' Pages (There is a guy doing a wheelstand on a tractor. Can we smoke the bumper crop?); Action!! (Ahhh! Fire! Cruz Pedregon participates in sibling one-upmanship); Straight Scoop (Now with newer photos of the Challenger that no one has driven yet) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (Somehow, this garbage is in someone's backyard. Think the neighbors care?); Speed Shop (Need to fix your wiring? How about spinning your V-8 to Pluto? We have the parts); Horsepower! (It's crazy Gen II power with numbers like 730 hp and 571 lbs-ft on pump gas); 479 HP For $4,991 (Ford lovers can rub this all over themselves. This 302 is a rocket-sled fireball to funsville); The Ultimate Guide To The Carburetor (This thing is full of graphs and charts, so you might learn by looking at the pictures); How To Fix A Paint Crack (Here is the proper way to fix a crack. Now get out there and crack something); What's Your Problem? (Are you a Pontiac guy? We have a few good ideas about what to do with a 326) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (Glad finally does have hot babes rubbing his shoulders at work. No Camaros, though); Insane Wheelstanding Competition (This is the first time anyone has done a complete backflip. You saw it here first); Road-Race '63 Ford Falcon (Shifting gears and turning corners in a Falcon. Why didn't we think of that); Barn-Find '70 Dodge Challenger From 1983 (OK, it was more like a garbage find, but you'll love it's pristine condition) Out Back - On The Rack (Edwin went into his special file for this set. Cover your eyes, children); Junkyard Crawl (Junked Chevys are popping out of the way-back machine. Want one?); Behind The Scenes (Yes, more of the Caprice. Is this car becoming a project vehicle? No); Rear View (Check out this shot of vintage IROC racin'. Too bad the series just died)
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August
Contents - Up Front - This Month On CarCraft.com (Now we have videos online. If you don't like them, you can upload one of your own); Front Man (Is it time to build a comfy street commuter? Road sofas are easier to build than ever); Readers' Pages (More burnouts and wheelies. Is it time to bring back the in and out list?); Action! (Ouch, that smarts. There's nothing like hitting both walls and being on fire); Straight Scoop (We whine about when the Camaro will be ready and celebrate the anniversary of the Model T) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (This is a real guy's garage full of real guy cars. Enjoy); Speed Shop (Check out these new heads from Brodix, There will never be enough motor); Horsepower! (This could be the ultimate Gen III engine. It makes an easy 950 hp); The Ultimate Guide To The 383 (If you ever wanted to know everything about the Chevy 383 stroker, read this); Low-Buck FE Build (There is such a thing as a low-buck Ford big-block. We just built it for you); Install Your First Stripe Kit (We can't think of a better car to stripe than a Bandit Trans Am); What's Your Problem? (Want to drive your own car over 170 mph? We have some pointers) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (Finally, these guys are building a Ford...or two); Tim Reggio's '98 Pontiac Trans Am (This car is double fast. Having 624 hp at the rear wheels helps); Air Ride's '66 Chevelle (This is the first ride in a car equipped with air springs. It's kinda nice); Car Craft Anti-Tour 2008 (We had some rain delays, but we made it to the show and the strip. See you in 2009?) Out Back - On The Rack (Can you spot the girl we've shown before?); Junkyard Crawl (Magneto has shown us the all-time worst case of rust on the planet); Behind The Scenes (Here's a little taste of our upcoming projects that don't run yet); Rear View (Remember the Hawaiian Funny Car? We have the violent rollover pic)
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September
Contents - Up Front - This Month on CarCraft.com (Visit the web site to see who won the Reader's Rides contest. You won't believe it), Front Man (We've just witnessed the birth of Ford's new racing series. Is it the new Trans-Am?), Readers' Pages (Do you have a Ford Fairmont or a dead lawn? Join us, friend), Action! (This guy's clutch grenaded and broke at least one little piggy. Time for a scattershield), Straight Scoop (This month's Scoop has a lot of Mopar stuff and a Corvette so violent you will want to sell your house and grow your chest hair) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (Sure, these are street rods, but they were handbult in a small garage), Speed Shop (We test the coolest flaring tool ever and peddle '70-'74 'Cuda roof skins. Buy now), Horsepower (We have a spy photo of Ford Racings new SOHC that makes 800hp), Build A Budget Hemi (If you can find a Top Alcohol crankshaft, you can build this engine for Chevy money), Big Torque 383 Build (This is the easy way to build a 475hp 383 without using a wad of cash), LS1 Swap (This is part II of our Gen III Chevy A-Body swap. It's El Goodo), The Edelbrock Clevor (Using Edelbrock Clevor heads and the E-Boss manifold, you can build a faux Boss), What's Your Problem (Do you need a 200-4R transmission and a 6.0 engine. Yess you do) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (K & B drive cars, break stuff and live above a garage. Just like the real-life gearheads), Super Stocks and Factory Racers (This is the finest collection of vintage race cars we've ever seen), Mike Emmon's '63 Nova (This car is so super clean, you can't look away), Bill Barnes' '66 Fairlane GTA (We don't show Fairlanes often. We don't know why) Out Back - On The Rack (Again, Edwin forgets to give the models their underwear), Junkyard Crawl (We knew the '70-'81 Camaro would be popular someday), Behind The Scenes (We take a look inside the Richard Childress Racing facility), Rear View (Can you name the venue where this photo of Dick Landry's Challenger was taken?)
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October
Contents - Up Front - This Month on CarCraft.com (Have you seen the staff blogs yet? It's almost like we have something to say), Front Man (Again, Ford Racing is launching race cars. This time, it's a Cobra Jet Mustang), Readers' Pages (Who says you can't hook a big Camaro. Check out this wheelstanding '79), Action! (Larry Dixon adds another spectacular set of photos to our archives. Thanks, Larry), Straight Scoop (See the new Dodge Challenger, new Corvette power numbers and a new Ford A/Stock) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (Don't you hate it when riends leave their 450hp Mustangs in your garage? No), Speed Shop (There is a new TIG torch that you must have. Check it out here), Horsepower! (It's the destroked Trans-Am version of the 410ci engine you will see on page 38), Put An Old Trans Behind Your New Gen III V-8 (Do you have a Gen III from the yard? Bolt it to your existing transmission), Return Of The Six-Pack (Mopar has released a 410-inch version of the AAR 'Cuda engine that makes great power), 331-inch Ford Small-Block (This is the correct way to build a 500hp small-block Ford. Trust us), Gen III Strokers (Now that you know how to bolt these to your transmission, it's time to build a stroker), What's Your Problem? (Did you know the 400-inch Chevy is a really good engine? Just ask us) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (This is the first time we've seen a police car drawing chasing cartoon street racers), John Rigg's '64 Galaxie (This car has bright red paint, multiple carbs, and your ticket to Ford guys heaven), NMCA Hits Kentucky (Check out Billy Glidden's supercool pit thrash, plus some 6-second Camaros), Mark Staff's '63 Nova (Who doesn't love wheeltubs? We don't know anyone like that), Dick Landy's Four-Speed Hemi Dart (You heard it right, we found the guy who found the legendary car. Did you own it once) Out Back - On The Rack (Our hot girl photos are now public library safe), Junkyard Crawl (Glad had a Corvair once. Those cars are a lot nicer inside), Behind The Scenes (Isn't it cool when you buy a new torch and burn stuff? We think so), Rear View (This photo was taken back when Jeff Smith had hair and the GMV-6 was the future)
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December
Up Front - This Month On CarCraft.com (Relive the glory days with archived articles and photos); Front Man (You'll have to find out for yourself what it's about. This was written first); Readers' Pages (We turn to this section first for the burnouts); Action!! (Drilver Mike Neff was so ice cold during his fireball, he almost put the flames out himself); Straight Scoop (Surprise! More specs about the new Camaro. Once it comes out, we promise to no longer write about it every month) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (Irvin e-mailed pictures of his garage. E-mail yours too); Speed Shop (Who knew beer cans make good speed parts); Horsepower (Check out one suspension guys take on Poncho power); Dirt-Cheap Paint And Body (Forget the smoke and mirrors in other mags. We used Scotch-Brite and dish soap); Tunnel-Rams For The Street (Smith builds a tunnel-ram you can drive every day); Build A NASCAR Engine In 15 Minutes (If these guys were flat rate, they'd be millionaires); What's Your Problem? (A GM engineer weighs in on LS1s. We give you the scoop straight from the horse's mouth) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (The guys put a set of subs ro really good use); Summer Nationals 2008 (It was an extravaganza. We give you 10 pages of cars, biking and fried food); NMCA Atco, New Jersey (The hot June sun wasn't the only thing tearing up the track that weekend); Steve Keefer's '70 Mustang (An ex-BMW dealer tech turns a rotten pony into the ultimate driving machine); Twin-Turbo Beater Nova (The ultimate stealth mobile. You have to see this thing) Out Back - On The Rack (If the girl contest at the Nats wasn't enough for you, get your fix here); Junkyard Crawl (Magneto on the prowl - this time in an Arizona yard); Behind The Scenes (Twelve-year-old kids beat us to the punch with an El Camino shop truck of their own); Rear View (Is this thing the first tunnel-ram?)
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