Car Craft - 1982

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January
Features - The 1982 Camaro (General Motors all-time "road rocket"), Tech Tips (A gaggle of goodies of a technical nature concerning street machines and the home automotive workshop. Phew!!), Street Machines Of The Stars ("240 Gordie" Bonin's dream Chevelle), Silver Slipper (A home-built Oldsmobile of the first rank), Tunnel Ram Induction System - Setups For The Street, Single Quad Tunnel Rams For Racing, Black & White Vettes (Actually, they're in color, and they're gorgeous), How To Build A Street Machine (Rebuilding the trusty 12-bolt rearend), NHRA World Finals (Record-setting times at the OCIR season finale), New York's Finest (The stunning Custom Body Enterprises Funny Car), Pale Fire (A strong-running Malibu streeter), One Step Beyond (Certainly not beyond reality with this Z/29 Camaro), Escort Service (Jack Roush builds a mini-Hemi Ford for the CC loonies), Rat Quick (A closer look at our cover car) Departments - Point Of View, Straight Scoop, Backfire, Tech Talk, Hi-Risers, New Products, Performance Directory, Calendar, Etc.
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April
Features - Cruising Controversy (What's really happening on Main Street, U.S.A.), Holy Rollers! (Roller camshafts for street machines), Special Corvette Section - The Brothers Grimm, Knockouts!, Edelbrock's Alloy Vette, Our Cover Vettes Uncovered, How To Build A Street Machine (Aluminum fan shrouds for fun and profit), Big Daddy's Sidewinder Digger (Is this the shape of fuelers to come?), The '82 Street Machine Nationals (The best buy for your automotive dollar besides this magazine), 830 Horsepower Single Quad Chevy Big-Block (The Reher-Morrison road to bracket racing stardom), Siren Song (Choosing a car theft prevention system), The Budweiser King (Kenny Bernstein's Mercury LN7 Funny Car), Those Marvelous Mopars (A pair of Pro Street convertibles?), Kids Stuff (A Gremlin with small-block Chevy power), Street Nats NorCal (There's still time to enter this capital event) Departments - Point Of View, Backfire, Straight Scoop, Tech Talk, Hi-Risers, New Products, Performance Directory, Calendar, Etc.
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May
Features - More Homemade Tools For Pennies (How to avoid buying a $50 tool that's only used once), The Street Machine Nationals NorCal (Enter this event or we'll shoot this Camaro), Camshaft Belt Drive (An idea so old it's new), Revival Of The Fittest (Restoring Chevy Supercars), Building A V-6 Chevy Race Engine (Learning to live with less), The University Of Street Machines (The car crafter's guide to 'Bird building), The Conservation Chronicles (Crane's adjustable vacuum advance mechanism), The NHRA Winternationals (Starting the '82 racing season with a bang), Whip It! (A Z for all seasons), The '82 Street Machine Nationals (Don't pass up the opportunity to see 5000 street burners for only $4.50), Pinto Power! (Our cover car is definitely on the edge of reality), Cruisin' USA - Washington, Iowa (Back to the heartland for the Corn Country Cruise), Glidden's Amazing EXP Pro Stockers (It may be short, but it sure is fast!), Cover Story (The latest in designer valve covers) Departments - Point of View, Backfire, Straight Scoop, Tech Talk, Hi-Risers, New Products, Performance Directory, Calendar, Etc.
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July
Features - Horsepressure (The Mustang GT - a road rocker for the Eighties), The Grand Prize Prototype Pro Streeter (Our '82 Z/28 Camaro takes shape), Good Vibrations (Things you should know about your street machine's sound system), The Bird Is The Word (A winning bracket racing combination), High Performance Ignition Systems (Voltage for the masses (or let 'em eat amperes)), Red Rider (A road-racy Camaro), Revival Of The Fittest (In search of Ford supercars), Image Maker (The Leatherworks Pro Street Monza), The All-Star Team In Review (A look back at 15 years worth of winners), Western Reunion (Your first chance to enter the Street Nats WEST), Cover Car Uncovered (Pretty as a flower), The Camaro Connection (A covey of collectables), The Power & The Glory (A Mopar with punch), New Horizons (Building a better 2.2 liter Mopar) Departments - Point of View, Straight Scoop, Backfire, Tech Talk, Hi-Risers, New Products, Performance Directory, Calendar, Etc.
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August
Features - Mustang Magic (A viable 13-second Ford street machine), Camaro Wondercar (Martin Turbo Engineering's '82 Chevy exercise), Engine Swapping Section, Putting Your Camaro's Engine In It's Place, More Power For Mustangs, Hotter Than July (Well, it is August, isn't it?), How To Build A Shop (How bench basics), Escort Handling Modifications (From econobox to GT car in one easy move), Canadian Bakin' (A virulent Vega from recall at the border), Nine Lives (Steel prepping a 9-inch Ford rearend), Pro Steel Prototype (The drivetrain comes together for the new Camaro), Cruisin' USA - Portland, Oregon (Nighttime's the right time), Dressed To Kill (A 'stacked' Malibu), Street Machine Nationals WEST (All the best are heading west), Mustang Cover Car (In the Solesbee family, cover cars are a tradition), Mountain High (John Abbott's Candyland Express fueler) Departments - Point of View, Straight Scoop, Backfire, Tech Talk, Hi-Risers, Books, Two-Wheeling, New Products, Calendar, Performance Directory, Etc.
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November
Features - Stranger In A Strange Land (A drag racer's view of the Trans Am), Blazing Ignitions (Comparing the latest "sparkers"), Car Wars (Detroit's '83 performance cars - really), Performance Engine Bolt-Ons (Matching parts for power and economy), Homebuilt Nova (More on our awesome cover car), Revival Of The Fittest (Those magnificent Mopars), Three Part Harmony (A Mopar trilogy), Good Vibrations (Tape deck trickery), Dream Z (Our other cover car uncoverred), Mustang Muscle (13-second quarter-mile times in street trim. Wow!), Dearborn Delight (Street pounders from FoMoCo), NHRA U.S. Nationals (Drag racing's ultimate quarter-mile confrontation) Departments - Point of View, Backfire, Tech Talk, Straignt Scoop, Hi-Risers, New Products, Etc., Performance Directory, Calendar
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December
Features - Supercar Sowdown III (Hogging Detroits "Best" Musclecars), Traction Bar Suspension Systems (Adjusting "Lakewood" bars for maximum-street traction), High Country Hauler (The colorful Assassination Funny Car), Brake Specific Fuel Consumption (Another mystery unraveled for the serious car crafter), The 1982 All-Star Drag Racing Team (Second to none), Mail Order Engines (Postage paid horsepower), Braided Steel Brake Lines (The latest for high performance street machines), Fairmontology (The study of Ford Fairmont Pro-Street machines), Travels With Raymond (On the road with the World Champion), Home On The Ranger (Ford's newest mini-truck) Departments - Point of View, Backfire, Tech Talk, Straight Scoop, Hi-Risers, Two-Wheeling, New Products, Etc., Performance Directory, Calendar
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