Car Craft - 2009

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May
Contents - Up Front - This Month On CarCraft.com (Broken parts, police car blogs, and a Honda Fit ad. Hey, wait a minute), Front Man ("Doug, What's your column about" "Dunno, I'm still writing it"), Readers' Pages (We've got a Pro Street G-body and no less than eight burnouts), Action! (Hollywood stunt men wouldn't have done this fiery exit better), Straight Scoop (We love the new Camaro in vintage livery) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (Fans of the Gasser, here's your new home), Speed Shop (Press releases from out inbox to your mailbox), Horsepower! (Want a small-block to make 1,500 lb-ft> Just add turbos), Mod Motor Expose (We finally debunk the myth that these are crap engines), New Hemi Tome (These things rock, too. Swap one in and own the noobs), LS Pulley Magnum Opus (LS's fit old cars better with the right pulleys. Sense the theme we're after here), Plump A Fuel System (Do it right and "AN" won't stand for ANother leak), Paint And Body Part II (The continuing saga of "Extreme Makeover: the Chevelle Edition"), What's Your Problem? (More LS questions, inquiring minds want to know) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (Bernie's reunited with the one that got away), The New Cobra Jet Mustang (We envy the guys who got one. Check out history in the making), Ed Allen's '65 GTO (Don't underestimate this sedate-looking '65. It packs a 660hp punch), Joe Kosiba's '63 Nova (This thing runs 8s and is easy on the eyes too), Donnie Delmain's '66 Dart (There is nothing slow or uncool about this Olds. See it to believe) Out Back - On The Rack (We lovingly stretch out some shirts for you each month), Junkyard Crawl (Our guy Magneto sniffs out the buried treasure), Behind The Scenes (Peek into what we do in out off time), Rear View (We descend into the vault for a piece of history)
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June
Contents - Up Front - This Month On Carcraft.com (New pop-up ads on every new page. Thanks, guys), Front Man (An intellectual stimulus package from our commander in chief), Readers' Pages (There's a guy in Michigan with a 10-second van. Why? Why not), Action! ("I cannot tell a lie. I did chop down the Christmas tree"), Straight Scoop (Glad agonized over this layout. Hope you like it) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (It's always the unassuming places that have the coolest stuff inside), Speed Shop (Are your drill bits duller than a bag of hair? The Doctor is in), Horsepower (The turbos on this big-block could suck in small children), Affordable Project Cars (Drastic times call for drastic measures. Fairmonts are looking pretty good), Diagnose Your Fuel-Injected Car (Don't be intimidated. Get a scanner and get to work), Bolt-On Buick Power (If you love torque, you'll love this series. Part One of Three), Build a C4 Corvette (Keeping with the alternative theme, Smith dives head-first into a bucket of fiberglass), Make A Pressure Luber (Ever wonder how to prime an engine without a distributor? We show you how), Inside Dart's SHP Small Block (Want more than 400 inches out of your SBC? Dart makes it easy), What's Your Problem? (Smith calls his column the cure for insomnia. We always learn something, though) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (Be careful who you give advice to on the internet), A Week Of Cruising (We get up early and stay up late to cram as many cruises as possible into a week), Vintage Decals (Things were really cooler in the '60s), Ray Banks' Mustang (It generates so much cornering force, our brains fell out) Out Back - On The Rack (Three more girls who didn't give us their phone numbers), Junkyard Crawl (Sick of Corvettes in CC yet? Don't look here, then), Behind The Scenes (Check out the table for two outside this New Orleans restaurant), Rear View (We put on the rose-colored glasses and take another trip through our archives)
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September
Contents - Up Front - This Month On CarCraft.com (Trace the evolution of the CC/Rambler), Front Man (Remember the in and out list? Doug resurrects it in his column this month), Readers' Pages (Check out the Ventura in Kermit the Frog green), Action!! (Driver Tom Padilla launched his car hard at the line and then launched his body at half-track), Straight Scoop (Another automaker bites it. We should kill the news section of the magazine - it's too depressing) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (Mopar fans, you'll love or hate this guy), Speed Shop (Good news; Edelbrock has new heads that aren't expensive), Horsepower! (A 15.0:1 small-block in a little Vega translates to huge acceleration), Overdrive Swap (You've got to love an article where Jeff quotes Queen and makes his car faster), Install Subframe Connectors (This is the last time the CC/Rambler will be likened to a wet noodle), Build An LT1 (Should you bother? We did and made pretty good power - spent a lot though), GM A/C Delete (Jeff references AC/DC and makes his car faster. He was really on a roll), What's Your Problem? (We swear - no more music references) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (Hey, these guys read Popular Hot Rodding. Isn't that cheating?), The Lost Z/28 (Camaro fans, you'll love or hate Jeff after reading his story), The Forge Show (Remember in the '80s when every TV show had a cat burglar episode? That guy would have made a killing here), Crash-A-Rama (John McGann had to use his catlike reflexes to dodge all the flying debris), Ice Racing (Lithium-ion batteries work best in subzero temperatures - just ask David) Out Back - On The Rack (Are the girls hot this month? Um, yeah), Junkyard Crawl (We saw a California GS at a car show four months ago. Magneto found one in the yard), Behind The Scenes (We really should start shooting article leads like Jeff used to back in the day), Rear View (We have so much cool stuff downstairs, we could start a photo agency)
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