Car Craft - 2010

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February
Up Front - Front Man (Mainstream can be cool, too), Readers' Pages (Guys always come through with the wheelie pictures), Straight Scoop (The chocolate-powered race car is interesting, but chocolate-powered editors can be too) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (A cool place to work that's north of the border, eh), Speed Shop (All new stuff this month - no holdover), Horsepower! (Don't be surprised if you see a similar supercharger make its way on top of the Lester Scrugg's engine on page 22), LS Engine Cam And Head Test (We can do some parts swapping on Lester, last seen last month. Smith was hoping for more horsepower but 560 sounds pretty good to the rest of us), GM Coil Spring Suspension Upgrade (Art Director Edwin's Monte Carlo gets a suspension and wheel makeover), Limited-Slip Buyers Guide (Here is more Monte Carlo edit as we upgrade the open differential and delve into limited-slip options, welcome to burnout city), What's Your Problem?( Mr. Smith will set you straight) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (Sometimes winning isn't everything), Project Cars (Inspiration from inspired builders around the country), '09 Dodge Challenger SRTS (We wondered what guys really think of the new cars), Cruising Grand Avenue (This long-running San Diego-area cruise brings in some of the best cars on the West Coast), Grant Craft's '65 Tempest (We love this car: It's got a tube-chassis, a big engine, a five-speed, no carpet and window nets) Out Back - On The Rack (Still here, even after all the hate mail about the bikini issue), Behind The Scenes (No way - an entire page of El Caminos), Rear View (Awesome Comet wheelie picture. Every issue should end like this)
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April
Up Front - Front Man (What would you prefer to spend $59 on? If you said an engine rebuild, you're reading the right magazine), Readers' Pages (Eye candy and tire smoke - the CC readers cover all the bases), Straight Scoop (Write us with some funny captions ideas for the picture of the mall cops in the golf cart) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (We love this guy's collection of cars - the vintage AMX is awesome), Speed Shop (World Products has two new engine blocks, and we have the scoop), Horsepower! (Here's a Pontiac that drives like stock but makes more than 900 hp. Gotta love turbos), Spot Bad Bodywork (Don't be a chump. If you know what to look for, you'll be able to see shoddy work from a mile away), The Paint And Body Special (We follow Steve Strope as he transforms an early Plymouth. Or is that a Dodge?), Build A Mod Motor (In-house Ford sycophant John McGann sings the praises of the OHC Ford V-8), Build An LS3 (Editor Glad slams back with more inches and more power, all in a similar package. Maybe he's on to something), What's Your Problem (Smith's got the dope on TBI performance. It starts with a fuel pressure regulator and ends up with a soup bowl) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (These guys are genius. Who'd have thought of a rustflake paintjob? We;ll do one for next April's issue), Bill Cotter's '62 Galaxie (Two SOHC Fords in one issue. What's the world coming to), Michael Davis' '92 Mustang (Mike built this car out of the smoldering corpse of his previous Mustang. This one is faster and probably has one less fuel leak), Jody Holdren's '70 Barracuda (It's homebuilt, runs 10s and looks like a killer), Steve Brynteson's '67 Nova (We checked, and yes, this is a '67. One thing we don't have to verify - this car is fast) Out Back - On The Rack (The Should It Stay or Go thread is back on our website. Log in and join the debate), Junkyard Crawl (We should have rehabilitated this '55 Magneto unearthed for our paint and body article), Behind The Scenes (The supercharger Smith found at the PRI show could swallow editors whole), Rear View (Another picture of Grump back in the day. He's got clothes on this time, though)
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May
Up Front - Front Man (Glad wonders aloud about what is really happening in the combustion chamber), Readers' Pages (Have you sent your garage photos to us? What about your carport pics?), Straight Scoop (There is a bunch of great stuff coming out of Ford these days. Drive one) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (Don't get discouraged by Jeff Schwartz's big spread. We want regular-sized garages too), Speed Shop (This is the coolest welding table we have ever seen), Horsepower! (Blown Ford modular engines are crazy. This one comes in a stock wrapper), Build A $650 Engine (We wanted to build an engine for free, but we found some bad parts), Budget Cylinder Head Rebuild (This was easy. Rebuilding your stock heads is a great way to spend a Saturday), Quick And Easy Disc Brake Swap (Do you know what a D52 is? No, it doesn't drop bombs), Build The Ultimate AMC (Rumors of the CC/Rambler's death have been greatly exaggerated), Fix Your Rusty Trunk (Rust. Don't ignore it), What's Your Problem? (Send your tech questions to Jeff Smith at CarCraft@carcraft.com today) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (Even though Krass & Bernie are cartoons, they are still cooler than our neighbors), The Powder Blue Buick (The color isn't powder blue, the car is covered with blue powder), Mike Jordan's '63 Nova (Once in awhile, we enjoy a good Pro Street Nova. Don't you), Mike Knopp's '67 Camaro (Once in awhile, we enjoy a $20,000 paintjob. Don't you) Out Back - On The Rack (Check out the girl in the T-shirt...every month), Junkyard Crawl (Ever hear of the Chieftain? In '55 it looked like a weird shoebox 150 or a Bel Air), Behind The Scenes (John Hotchkis had a track day, and we were there), Rear View (You might have seen this Ford Ranger in color. It was a bit loud, but not in a good way)
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June
Up Front - Table Of Contents (The list seems to be getting shorter every month), Front Man (It takes a village to diagnose an exhaust leak. Hope your village includes engine builders), Readers' Pages (We upped the page count here. More pages means more burnouts. Keep sending smoke) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (If you like big Chevys, you'll feel right at home in here), Horsepower! (Next to the big Chevys is a big Ford. This 725hp FE will likely put lots of guys on the trailer), Build A 360 Mopar Stroker (OK, it cost a little more than we anticipated, but the cost to build it will be far eclipsed by the cost of replacing rear tires every couple of months), Build A 460 Stroker Ford (Stroker engines was the alternate cover theme this month. This thing makes 658 tire-melting pounds of torque), Build A Mopar 8 3/4 Rearend (Rearend-themed covers tend to get people fired. The temptation is so great), What's Your Problem? (From timing chains to leaf springs, you can't pull the wool over Smith's eyes) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (The guys dare tread where no Gasser builder would ever venture), The Byron Wheelie Contest (Yeah, this is like the Fourth year we've run this event, but we never get tired of looking at the photography), Kevin Kenley's '81 Mustang (Do you think this thing needs a paintjob? We don't), Quick Cars: '68 Mercury Cougar (Another new monthly feature: cool cars with callouts) Out Back - Junkyard Crawl (Two Cougars is one issue? And we're not talking about your mother), Speed Shop (Now relegated to back-of-book status. We can't compete with the internet here), Rear View (Jeff was working here when this picture was taken, and he still has his bumblebee staff jacket)
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July
Up Front - Front Man (Remember your first car? How about your parent's first car?), Readers' Pages (Three wheelie pictures and girls with guns. We start things off big) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (How many of us can boast that we have a car rotisserie in our garage?), Horsepower! (Likewise, how many of us can boast about the twin-turbo Boss 9 in our Pro Street race car), Road Race Your Street Car (It's the sort-of-new rage. Taking corners at speed is really fun), Drag Race To Road Race Valiant (You have to see the before and after pictures to appreciate how radical a change this is), El Camino Suspension Upgrade (Global West transformed this tired, old car. If spherical bearings make you drool, grab your slobber towel and start reading here), Lokar Gas Pedal Install (Unintended accelerator was never a problem in the CC/Rambler - we were lucky to open the throttle halfway with the clunky stock linkage), Twin-Disc Clutches Explained (Jeff knows so much about clutches, this could have been an eight-page story), What's Your Problem? (Inline-six guys finally got some love) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (A Hemi-Satellite comes full circle. Or would that be full orbit), Charlie Richards' '67 Mustang (We've been promising to do a photo shoot on Charlie's car for two years. We finally got around to it), Joey Angelone's '74 Duster (The tubbed and raked look really works on this body style), Ken Maisano's '70 Barracuda (Kenny's Mopar kills in the quarter-mile. Look for wheelstands and mid-9-second passes from this NA small-block), '10 Ford Mustang GT500 (Every now and then we get to drive press cars. Blower whine has never sounded so good), Brian Anton's '00 Cobra R (The star of this month's cover has a real racing history and gets driven on the street) Out Back - Junkyard Crawl (Could a four-door Valiant be a cool street machine?), Speed Shop (We test rubber gloves. On cars. Get your mind out of the gutter), Rear View (Guys still ask about it, so here's an archive photo of the Disco Nova)
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December
Up Front - Front Man (Yes, we laugh when reading this, but), Readers' Pages (Send more pictures of cars on your patio. That's way cooler than lawn furniture) Greasy Stuff - This Guy's Garage (We've heard of skeletons in the closet, but this guys got one in his shop), Horsepower! (When does a 625-inch big block seem small? When you're looking at an 802), Coupe-To-Fastback Pt2 (Look what we accomplished in just two days), Pontiac Stroker (From the valve reliefs in the pistons to the counterweights on the crank, there is nothing small about this engine), How To Scale A Race Car (In a momentary lapse of reason, Jeff allowed a Ford in his shop and here is the proof), New Big-Block Heads From Brodix (Our next issue will be highly polished to a mirror finish), Quick Tech: Moser 12-Bolt (Just try to break this thing), What's Your Problem? (Here's all the info a good camshaft swapper needs) Fun Stuff - Krass & Bernie (Ditch the clipboard and scorecard and hit the track), Lobbyists, Regulators And Bureaucrats (Get some knowledge and save our hobby), Quick Car; Mike Roth's '72 Camaro (It flies in the face of lobbyists, regulators and bureaucrats. That's why it's on the cover), The '10 Car Craft Summer Nationals (Fast cars, fat food, phat chicks - you know that's how we roll), Quick Car: Spectre Streamlilner (If Jeff Smith drove this car to work flat out, his 33-mile commute would take less that 6 minutes. "It would take longer to start the car and get it out of the driveway") Out Back - Junkyard Crawl (A one-year only Cutlass is a rare find, indeed), Speed Shop (Lots of suspension stuff this month. Avoid this page if you hate this stuff), Rear View (Hey Look, average readers drove press cars better than company execs do)
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