Car Craft - 2012

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April
Up Front - Bench Build (After a whole week of vacation, it's difficult to get back to work) Hands On - Horsepower (Look out Italian supercars, the new GT500 has 5.8 liters of fun); Speed Parts (Stuff you want. Stimulate the economy and buy now); Build A Set Of Fender-Wall Headers (OK, so this will only apply to a few people, but it sure is cool to stare); Cylinder Block Repair (Have an oops moment putting an engine together? At least you're not running for office. Here's how to fix a cracked engine block); How To Paint A Car (Yikes - it's a lot of work!); Ask Anything (Tech Editor Smith answers your questions as if he were born to do this job. Actually, working here for 33 years, he really was born to do this job) Project Garage - This Guy's Garage (There's a flathead V-12 hiding in this picture) Features - Krass & Bernie (We've been gremlinized!); John Francis' '05 Ford Mustang (More than 700hp and not a power adder in sight); Warren Iverson's '67 Plymouth Fury I (Yes, it really is a two-door car with a police package. There were some cool police cars available in the '60s); Mike Wolfson's /01 Ford Mustang Bullitt (Here's the power-adder Mustang 400 hp at the wheels is a good number for this SOHC 4.6) Back Of The Book - Junkyard Builder (Want a rear-wheel disc brake upgrade for your car? Tech Editor Smith shows you the easy way); Where's The Fun? (Who knew we inspired people to make sculptures?); On The Rack (Lovely ladies wearing skimpy clothes); Rear View (A look back at the late, great Margie Petersen)
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June
Up Front - Bench Builder (Work with what you have and be happy) Hands On - Horsepower (John Calvert's 351 Windsor Stock Eliminator engine. We think it makes a little more power than he says it does); Speed Parts (Are you shopping for oil, a clutch pedal, or Troz art? We have it here); New Pontiac Cylinder Heads (Tech Editor Smith snags a set and runs them through the ringer); Fire Extinguisher Tech (Yes, you read that right. Don't worry, we're not going nanny state on you. Just think of this as paying it forward. No one wants to see his shop/warehome burn to the ground); How To Build A Street/Strip 350 (We yanked the 404 LS engine out of our Orange Peel Chevelle, dropped in a budget 350 SBC, and hit the track for some good old fashioned carburetor, ignition and nitrous testing); Swap A T5 (A manual transmission swap doesn't always require taking out a second mortgage. Contributor Stephen Kim walks you through a T5 installation for about $500); Ask Anything (Cam timing tips and the advantage of an S-60 rear are the topics this month) Project Garage - This Guy's Garage (Murray Pfaff builds all those cool cars here? What's our excuse); A 727 For The Demon (Boeing ended production of its 727 airliner in 1984, Chrysler carried production of its 727 TorqueFlite through the '80s, replacing it with the A-518, a four-speed overdrive transmission based on the 727s design) Features - Krass & Bernie (Original factory lightweight? Now we've seen it all); NMRA's Coyote Stock (A new class promising affordable cars and fast e.t.'s); Pat Neveu's '63 Tempest (You don't see many of these turned into drag cars. This one is especially badass); The Copo Camaro (Cancel your subscription right now if this car doesn't excite you) Back Of The Book - Junkyard Crawl (Weight loss from acid dripping is cool; weight loss from rust is unfortunate); Where's The Fun? (Check out the massive wheelie opening the section); On The Rack (Myyyyyyy Prrrreeeeeeeeccccccciiiiiiioooooouuuuuuuussssssss!!!!!!!! (John just watched Lord of the Rings); Rear View (In the '60s, even boats had radical, gleaming powerplants)
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July
Up Front - Bench Build (And you thought your schedule was hectic); The Masthead (Welcome to our new art director, Taylor) Hands On - Horsepower (Twenty pounds of boost plus a 5.0L Coyote equals 1,032 hp); Speed Shop (The guy from Horsepower is gonna need that Centerforce clutch shown here); The Blue Collar 454 (We set out to build the least expensive big-block we could. It makes more than 500 lb-ft of torque); The Killer 460 (The biggest of the three big-blocks, this Ford also made the biggest power of the trio. You've gotta love displacement); The Stealthy 400 (IMM built a Chrysler B-series 400 that looks like a basic 383 but makes Hemi power numbers on a Pabst Blue Ribbon budget); Ask Anything (Go ahead, ask. We dare ya) Project Garage - This Guy's Garage (This is the first instance in memory that we call out a guy's T-shirt collection in his garage. Don't worry, there's way more than shirts in there, though) Features - Krass & Bernie (It's amazing how pervasive reality TV has become); Todd Huffman's '65 Mercury Cyclone (Packing a 14:1 505-inch FE, it dispatches quarter-mile tracks 9.53 seconds at a time); Ryan Buck's '63 Chevrolet Nova (A basic suspension rebuild became a stem-to-stern rehab. We can all relate to that); Byron Dragway's World Power Wheelstanding Championship (Judging by these pictures, we predict Byron will present a Best Bumper Sparks award next year) Back Of The Book - Junkyard Builder (OMG, another acronym to learn: PMGR.LOL!); Where's The Fun? (Check out the two British burnouts. Wonder if their "tyres" have accents, too); On The Rack (Staffer: Marry me? Model: I'm calling the cops. Staffer: Not again...); Rear View (Another memory from the all-that-was-old-is-new-again file)
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