Car Craft - 2013

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January
Up Front - Bench Build (The sad, strange and hilarious story of Brooks); Masthead (Let's give a big Car Craft welcome to our latest team member, Lucia Salas!) Hands On - Horsepower (203ci, 235hp Ford inline-six from Jim Grubbs Motorsport); Speed Parts (A few items that would bring a smile to any car crafter's face); Supercharger Pulley Test (How to make 700hp with a small-block Chevy and a little help from a 6-71 blower); 780 American Horsepower (With a little help from a blower and E85); Crate Engine Boost (The Edelbrock LS3 swap supercharger); Build It, Don't Buy It: Part 1 (Fooling around with Miller Welders to make stuff out of scrap metal); Ask Anything (If Car Craft were Star Wars, then Tech Editor Smith would be Yoda) Project Garage - This Guy's Garage (Visiting Appalachia to see what Rick Smith Restorations is up to); Ron Burgandy III (Rearend repair) Features - Krass & Bernie (What will the guys do when they come across a 409-equipped Bel Air?); Scot Doyal's '71 Dart (Pro Street for modern times); Car Craft's Real Street Eliminator VII (An event designed to reward power and consistent performance); Allen Rasmussen's '69 Camaro (A man who built his car for a very simple reason) Back Of The Book - Junkyard Builder (Convert a junkyard cast-off into a high-tech digital distributor); Where's The Fun? (Some nice letters, plus four great burnouts in this month's edition); On The Rack (All you need to know is that it's another pic of Kendall Neuner); Rear View (A peek at an early Pro Stock shot from Elapsed Times)
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February
Up Front - Bench Build (Those crazy car gals) Hands On - Horsepower (Charlie Kuenster's 700hp, 409ci Chevrolet); Speed Parts (Maybe one of these new products will show up in your stocking); Six Budget Ford Heads That Work (Bolt-on power for less than $1,350); Blue Collar 454, Part 3 (Making 589 hp); Build It, Don't Buy It: Part 2 (It's easier than you'd think to build an engine stand); Ask Anything (For car crafters, it's as if Tech Editor Smith is writing poetry in this section) Project Garage - This Guy's Garage (This garage is in as good a shape as its owner); Ron Burgandy IV (Death of a small-block) Features - Krass & Bernie (Building a beater the right way); Jim Brink's '73 Camaro (One of those owners who can't leave well enough alone); Big Willie (The passing of a drag racing legend); Howard Mintz's '10 Challengers (Going from a Corvette to a Challenger - with no regrets); Lingenfelter Performance Nationals (Record e.t.'s honor the spirit of a great drag racer); Ed Melgar's '05 Mustang GT (When Racers Edge Tuning calls, we listen) Back Of The Book - Junkyard Builder (HEI distributor tune-up); Where's The Fun? (It always helps to send in car pics that also include your dog); On The Rack (Kendal Neuner is back - and better than ever); Rear View (A look back at the '90 Car Craft All-Star banquet)
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March
Up Front - Bench Build (The return of Mopar) Hands On - Horsepower (An up-close look at GM's new Gen V small-block, dubbed the LT1); Speed Parts (Your New Years resolution should be to buy more car products); Blue Collar 454, Part 4 (How to make 800hp with nitrous and a tunnel-ram); Junkyard Turbo Hemi (Making 1,000hhp from a lowly junkyard 5.7); Build It, Don't Buy It (The muffler edition); Ask Anything (Start off 2013 with a bang by letting Tech Editor Smith guide your car-crafting hand) Project Car - This Guy's Garage (It's a mother lode of Mercury Cougar Eliminators) Features - Krass & Bernie (Bernie is a real sweetheart); History In The Making (The rebirth of the COPO Camaro); Tsutomu Ikeda's '72 Dodge Coronet (It takes a lot of effort to put together a classic American car in Japan); Andy Manna's '93 Ford Mustang (Andy tells us how to build a low-(net)-cost Mustang); Randy Dunphy's '65 Ford Falcon (The Falcon's esteemed race history isn't what drew Randy to it); 2012 Real Street Eliminator Late Model Winner (Joel Route's supercharged Mustang) Back Of Book - Where's The Fun ("WE WANT BUICK" Intrigued? Read on); Junkyard Builder (In-tank fuel-pump swap); On The Rack (Melissa Riso, an Italian bombshell you can bring home to mama); Rear View (Jack Chrisman's '69 Ford Mustang Funny Car for your gawking pleasure)
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April
Up Front - Bench Build (Enter the Rat Machine) Hands On - Horsepower (Steve Strope's 292ci, 424hp Ford Indy Car engine); Speed Parts (New goodies to lust over); The Paintjob (We get down in the weeds on the subject of waterborne paints); Tool Shop (Click to win in a torque-wrench showdown for the ages); Axle Upgrade (Strange days for your 12-bolt); Build It, Don't Buy It (Flooring: How to fix your Flintstone-car foibles); Ask Anything (Gandfalf has nothing on Tech Editor Smith when he's doling out the car advice) Project Garage - This Guy's Garage (Love the Big Mack, Jeanne); '71 Demon Project (Boring firewall story) Features - Krass & Bernie (Don't you dare try to steal Krass & Bernie's spot on the show); Jeff Dunham's '12 Challenger (Yes, that Jeff Dunham - and his car is fantastic); Gary Goeringer's '68 Mustang (A former Trans-Am racer that has been lovingly restored and still gets driven in anger); Nate Shaw's '71 Nova (The Publisher and Editor's Choice winner at the CC Summer Nationals); Mike Moore's '65 Malibu Wagon (Who doesn't love watching big wagons pull wheelies); Junkyard Builder (Modernize your power steering pump from cars in the wrecking yard. It's the ultimate in recycling) Back Of The Book - Where's The Fun? (Persistence pays off, apparently); On The Rack (Two pages that will steam your glasses); Rear View (A car that might potentially be the first Thunderbolt. It's amazing what we can dig up in our photo archives)
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May
Up Front - Bench Build (The anniversary issue) Hands On - Horsepower (Mayco Lovos' 500hp, 408ci Chevy); Speed Parts (These products can help any car crafter); Weiand Vintage Blower Drive Kit (Add a bit of nostalgia to your street machine); Build It, Don't Buy It (Make your own engine lift plate); Ask Anything (Tech Editor Smith dropped his mouse like a microphone and said, "That's all you got??" after finishing this month's column) Project Garage - This Guy's Garage (We're jealous of Wayne Galligan's Bernstein Funny Car); Ron Burgundy V (Suspension and traction) Features - Krass & Bernie (An unforgettable night at the dragstrip); Crazy 85 (This pack of Midwest street machines routinely collects 8-second timeslips); Car Craft's 60th Anniversary (When drag racing was king); Kevin Pallow's '90 Mustang (Take this guy on at your own risk); Kirby Wilcox's '62 Rambler (We went with "Scrambler" for the headline, but not for the reason you'd think); Craig Murray's '62 Impala (Storage-shed engineering) Back Of The Book - Where's The Fun? (Readers' rides, dogs with cars, corrections, burnouts, and event coverage); On The Rack (Melissa Riso is learning Krav Maga (Google it), so watch out); Rear View (Some goodies from Don Schumacher Racing)
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July
Up Front - Bench Build (It's event season, so get out there) Hands On - Speed Parts (Get an early start on Father's Day shopping); When Too Much Is Just Enough (The easiest 1,000 hp on planet Earth); Build It, Don't Buy It (TIG-welding techniques); Ultimate LS Cam Test (Monster LS factory cam test); Ask Anything (The great lifter debate and other thorny questions) Project Garage - This Guy's Garage (Rummaging through Ground Up, Inc's warehouse) Features - Krass & Bernie (The guys have a run-in with the law); The Affliction Chevelle (An attention-grabbing car with plenty of substance); Active Retirees (The story of Mike Callahan and his Cobra Vic); A Car Craft Tall Tale (Where's your head at, kid?) Back Of The Book - Where's The Fun? (Rides, burnouts, blow-ups - oh my!); On The Rack (Melissa Riso is back for more); Rear View (A drag meet in...Sweden)
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August
Up Front - Bench Build (Deviling into the Car Craft archives) Hands On - Horsepower (Jon Lund's 1,200hp, 302ci Ford); Speed Parts (We flog some flooring, plus a retractable extension cord!); Project Mustang (Easy cam swap for our Legend Lime GT); Build It, Don't Buy It (The tubing edition); Mopar Power-Steering Upgrade (Helping your car reach its full capabilities) Ask Anything - This Guy's Garage (Cory Brown from Twin Lakes, Wisconsin) Features - Krass & Bernie (Nostalgia drags); Turbos For The Street (Want to gain 1,000 hp? Add a pair of turbos); Best Of Show (Robert Warden's '64 Dodge 330 Hemi Super Stock clone); Rare And Restored (Mike Nagel's awesome '70 Torino); The Doomsday Machine (Chrysler's A-925 mystery engine); '09 Mopar Drag Pak Challenger (John McLeod makes his dream come true at the U.S. Nationals); NMRA Action (We cover the Nitro Tire Spring Break Shootout) Back Of The Book - Junkyard Builder (A $29 pinion-depth tool that really works); Where's The Fun? (Car Craft gets a new logo in the letters section!); Rear View (A random photo from an '80s garage)
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September
Up Front - Bench Build (Alternative body styles) Hands On - Horsepower (Max Wedge Mopar); Wheelstands Galore (Bryon Dragways 18th annual World Power Wheelstand Championships); Speed Parts (Forget fireworks this Fourth of July, pick up some new parts); The Great Intake Flog, Part III (Dueling dual planes); Build It, Don't Buy It (The miscellaneous grab-bag); Ask Anything (You ask, Tech Editor Smith answers expertly) Project Garage - This Guy's Garage (Bill Akin's Indy car collection); Brake Job (What it takes to get stopped at the end of the track) Features - Krass & Bernie (Passing along car knowledge); Learning Curve (Patrick Henry's '67 Chevelle street car); Factory Tolerance (Dennis Taylor's '69 Cougar Eliminator); Time Share (Casey Vantol's '64 Chevy Malibu); Big Ideas (Tracking the trends: Fads, fashions and flops from Car Craft's past) Back Of The Book - Where's The Fun? (Corrections, readers rides, event updates, and more); Rear View (When the suits used to be car guys)
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October
Up Front - Bench Build (School buses are cool, remember?) Hands On - Horsepower! (Jay Rust's 900hp, 454ci Chevrolet); Speed Parts (More great products!); The Phantom Knows (The best universal in-tank pump system on the planet); Ask Anything (Rat tactics for a 454) Project Garage - This Guy's Garage (Johnny Bailey knocks our socks off); DIY Turbo 302 (Go racing with an everyday 5.7L Hemi) Features - Krass & Bernie (Upping the ante after getting called out); A Plum Crazy Barn Find (Chad Maskrey does it again with this beauty); Developmental (Shaun Burgess uses his '66 Mustang to test parts); The Grocery Getter Collection (For Pennsylvania enthusiast Don Fezell, pursing vintage drag cars had been a winning strategy); Anti Tour 2013 (Bigger than ever); Serial Thrillers And Repeat Offenders (How to dress up old ideas in new ways) Back Of The Book - Junkyard Crawl (Ultra-rare '62 Max Wedge stick shift found in the salvage yard); Where's The Fun? (Jr. Dragster rototiller); Rear View (This is Roy Hill)
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December
Up Front - Bench Build (New cars in Stock Eliminator); Masthead (We never formally introduced the newest member of the Car Craft family. Roberta Conroy, art director extraordinaire) Hands On - Horsepower (Bill Moorhead's 1,500hp, 555ci Chevrolet); Speed Parts (Finally! New cam grinds for your Ford Mustang engine); Bummer Paint Job Fixed (What to do when things go wrong); Full Floorpan Install (Saving a '67 Firebird); Ask Anything (How come no one ever asks Tech Editor Smith any personal questions? Doesn't anyone care?) Project Garage - This Guy's Garage (Steve and Rose Novosel's jealosy-inducing space); Tiny Dancer, Part III (Mid 11s from a junkyard 4.8L in a heavy '66 Chevrolet) Features - Krass & Bernie (Bernie does some soul searching); Boss 101 (Studying this '69 Bud Moore team car is our kind of history lesson); Friends (Mkie Artman's Rat-powered '64 Pontiac Wagon and Enzo Morales' '66 LS3-powered Chevelle are more than corporate cousins); The 2013 Car Craft Summer Nationals (A record-breaking year); The History Of The Street Machine Nationals (Toby Brooks, author of Sensory Overload at the Du Quoin Street Machine Nationals, takes a look back in time) Back Of The Book - Junkyard Builder (Ford 4.6 coolant leaks); Where's The Fun? (Our readers are the best); Rear View (How does this happen?)
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