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January
Features - More Camaro Madness (More information on early GM F-body handling tricks), Cruisin' USA - Asbury Park, New Jersey (Hot times on the Boardwalk in Springsteen's backyard), What Makes Sammy Run? (An automotive oddyssey to the Promised Land (allegedly)), Shop Tips (Dozens of hints for both the novice and experienced car crafter), Triple Play (Three Camaros that could even get the Phillies out in order), How To Build A Shop (Get the hammer and nails, it's time to build some shelves), Eastern Raider Funny Car (Connecticut energy for the quarter-mile), The 90-Degree Chevy V-6 (The small-block for the Eighties), Ground-Up Quarter-Pounder (Down to the sea in Chevies?), Mail Order Mopar Pro Gassers (Herb McCandless better idea for budding bracket bashers), Mendenhauler (Our immaculate cover car), NHRA World Finals (Close encounter of the heart-stopping kind) Departments - Point of View, Straight Scoop, Hi Risers, Tech Talk, Rapping Out, Performance Directory, Etc., Calendar
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March
Features - Conservation Chronicles (A low pressure approach to fuel economy), Cruisin' USA - Mesa, Arizona (How to work with city officials to keep your cruising site open), How To Build A Street Machine (Installing tachometers), Flying High (Hooker's outrageous kit for Firebirds), Street Cars Named Dezire (Street machines, Datsun style), A Tale Of Two Citations (Quickor Engineering's latest suspension package for GM X-cars), Street Legal Race Cars (The Cheverra Camaro), The Street Machine Nationals (Entries are coming in fast, so don't hesitate any longer), Terminal Madness(Bo O'Brochta's amazing fuel bike), "Every Which Way But Straight" Revisited (CC takes on the big guys in Formula Ford competition), How To Build A Shop (A space-saving hanging wooden toolbox), Over-The-Guardrail Spectacular (Some days it just doesn't pay to race), Midnite Slider (Missouri's neatest Pinto street machine?), Street Machine Nationals Norcal (There's still time to get in on the Northern California street action), Hello Dolly! (How to build an inexpensive engine carrier), Wild & Windblown (A closer look at our slippery cover car), Snake Charming (Installing a Nash 5-speed in our intrepid Cobra) Departments - Point of View, Straight Scoop, Hi Risers, Rapping Off, Tech Talk, New Products, Performance Directory, Etc., Calendar
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April
Features - The Camaro That Could (The most influential musclecar ever), Chevelle / GTO Suspensions (Getting around corners in a "big" car), Sumpthin' Special (Accusump's fail-safe oiling system), Rocky Mountain Roller (A colorful Colorado Chevelle), Cruisin' USA - Colorado (High country street machine action), Building Your First Engine (Rocket launching the small-block Oldsmobile), Bow-Tie Boogie (Chevrolet's latest trick piece), Twice Is Nice (Our outstanding Chevelle cover cars), Gear Drive Systems (Creating a muscular image for your street machine), Brooklyn Or Bust (Winter cruisin' in a street machine with no heater - and no gas), How To Build A Street Machine (Installing high performance driving seats), Blow-By Meter (A new tool for checking your engine - while it's running), The Ultra Factor (A really outrageous Street Pro Pinto), Conservation Chronicles (Investigating MSD's "Ping Control"), Vega Street Machine (A nice small-block-powered cruiser), Street Machine Nationals (First look at the Pro Street Grand Prix Fairmont), Black Gold Barracuda (A mean Mopar from Northern California), Street Nats Norcal (Therre's still time to enter this first annual event) Departments - Point of View, Straight Scoop, Rapping Off, Opinion, Tech Talk, Hi-Risers, Two Wheeling, New Products, Etc., Calendar
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June
Features - All-Star Team Readers' Sweepstakes & Ballot (Vote for the sport's finest and become a winner yourself), Born To Run (The greatest Camaro race cars), Header Handbook, Hints For First-Time Installers, Economy Headers: What's Right For Your Car?, How To Fit Header Flange Plates, Coated Exhaust Systems: How And Why, Rotary Rocket (The Mazda RX-7 could be the "new" Corvette), How To Build A Street Machine (Installing clutch discs), Cruisin' USA - Rockville, Maryland (Who says you can't go home again?), The Ripe Stuff (Please, forgive us our titles, but not our cover cars), Building Your First Engine (Assembling a better big-block (Chevy, that is)), NHRA Gatornationals (Fast times from the Florida showdown), World Class Contenders (GM's new J-car debuts), Pro Am (Bruce Lietzke's ourtageous T/A) Departments - Point of View, Straight Scoop, Rapping Off, Tech Talk, Hi-Risers, Two Wheeling, New Products, Performance Directory, Etc., Calendar
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July
Features - Vote! (Your last chance to help determine this year's All-Star Drag Racing Team - and become a winner yourself), Country Ways (An in-depth look at Ricky and Leo Klatt, the winningest racers in Competition Eliminator), Converter Wars (The latest technology in racing automatics), East Meets West (And you thought Toyotas were economy cars), The Futura Files (The Street Nats Grand Prize Fairmont - ready to hit the pavement), Conservation Chronicles (Torque converters designed with economy in mind), How To Build A Street Machine (How to select and install auxiliary cooling fans), Great Expectations (The Alston Bros. outrageous street machine), Mustang Finale (The CC Cobra gets quicker and faster), Flat-Out F-Body (Still more Camaro/Firebird suspension magic), Chevy Head Guide Part II (A definitive look at big-block cylinder heads), Beautiful Noise (The Mazi family's stunning racer), How To Build A Shop (Assembling an inexpensive grinder stand) Departments - Point of View, Straight Scoop, Rapping Off, Tech Talk, Hi-Risers, Two Wheeling, Performance Directory, Etc., Calendar
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August
Features - Winds Of Change: New Dimensions In Street Supercharging, Paxton Superchargers, The Bendix Supercharger, BDS Injection: A Shot In The Arm For Your V-6, Mini-Blowers For Mini-Motors, Fine Whine: One Man's Answer, How To Build A Street Machine (Simple and inexpensive paint repairs), The Lady Is A Champ (Amy Faulk's new dragster ride), NHRA Southern Nationals (The third stop on the '81 tour), The Count Of Monte Carlo (Warren Johnson's flamboyant Pro Stocker), Cruisin' USA - Toronto, Canada (The street scene north of the border), Cross Ram V-6 Manifold (The latest science from Chevy Engineering), Building Your First Engine (Assembling a FE-rocious big-block Ford), Outrageous (What else would you call a Hemi-powered Vega street machine), Cars Of The Stars (A new series on the dream machines of the fastest folks in drag racing), Datsun SX Appeal (Looking under the skin of the "California Ferrari"), Home Cookin' A savory '57 Chevy), Mustang Madness (A trio of Ford supercars), Get Smart! (Jody Smart's tough new Top Fueler), F-Body Finale (A fond farewell to the Turbo Trans Am), Street Machine Nationals West (Enter while there's still time) Departments - Point of View, Straight Scoop, Rapping Off, Tech Talk, Hi-Risers, New Products, Performance Directory, Etc., Calendar
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September
Features - Supercar Showdown '81 (Proof positive that any musclecar can be a superior automobile), The Great Cover-Up (Drive slowly and carry a big nitrous system - where it can't be seen), A Simple Twist Of Fate (A completely streetable twin-turbo Chevette), Mountain Motor Pro Stockers (Seven-second stormers prove there's no substitute for cubic inches), IHRA Pro-Am Nationals (Beadle takes a piece of the Rock - again), The Observation Chronocles (Fuel injection for economy), Street Machine Nationals Norcal (After the Gold Rush in Sacramento), How To Build A Shop (An inexpensive and very handy honing tank), Malibu High (Chevrolet's current street machine candidates), The Hawaiian Funny Car (Roland Leong's latest is traditionally quick), How To Build A Street Machine (Some tips on discouraging car thieves simply and effectively), Carb Caper (An "inside look" at the new Predator carburetor), Mopar Montage (A trio of beautiful Chrysler street machines), Street Machine Nationals West (Enter now for the real "Big Go West") Departments - Point of View, Straight Scoop, Backfire, Tech Talk, Hi-Risers, Performance Directory, Etc., Calendar, New Products
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October
Features - Street Machine Nationals West (Our biggest West Coast event is only a month away!), The Texas Funny Car Phenomenon (The straight story on the boycott and the men who may change the face of drag racing for all time), The 1981 Street Machine Nationals (There are 5000 stories about Indy), Building Your First Engine (Assembling a powerful Pontiac), The Performance Promise (The latest from Ford and Chrysler), Car Craft Action Showcase (Funny Cars and Fuel Bikes - on fire!), D-Ports For Power (Bolt-on plates for big-block Chevy engines), Diamonds In The Rough (Street machine gems are often hidden inside the skin of a $700 "beater"), Homespun (Our immaculate cover Camaros), Future Shock (A comparison of the new Mopar Charger 2.2 and Turisma TC3), NHRA Summernationals (The pivotal race in the Winston World Championship points chase) Departments - Point of View, Straight Scoop, Backfire, Hi-Risers, Tech Talk, Performance Directory, Etc., Calendar
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November
Features - One For The Road (A 13-second street machine for the Eighties), V-6 Engine Spotter's Guide (A handy reference to the latest breed of street motors), How To Build A Street Machine (The Silicone Solution - the latest in brake technology), Pro Street Section, Frame Modifications, Installing Wheel Tubs, Call Of The Wild (Pro Streeters, of course), Ultra Maroon (Our award-winning cover car uncovered), U.S. Nationals (Drag racing's toughest competitors face their biggest challenges), Favorite Son (A colorful Corvette from Tennessee), Stickshift Science (Trick clutch setups for racing), The Cashnationals (Bracket racing for a $10,000 purse), Green With Envy (The fabulous Faberge Brut Funny Car), How To Build A Shop (Cleaning up with an inexpensive solvent tank) Departments - Point of View, Straight Scoop, Backfire, Tech Talk, Hi-Risers, Two Wheeling, New Products, Performance Directory, Etc., Calendar
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