Hot Rod - 1982

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January
Features - '57 Chevy - A 25-Year Romance ("Mr. Gasket's" gaggle of '57 Chevys); Fuelish Finale (Gary Beck wins the World Finals with a 5.57); High Caliper Braking - Part 3 (What it takes to stop your car); Steely Dan & The Eagles (Dan Gurney's small-block Chevy-powered Indy car); Happy Birthday, Sweet Sixteen ('82 Trans Am - a Z28 killer?); Misery Mouse - Part 3 (30 mph still eludes us, but the work goes on); Sand-Sational (The American Sand Racing Associations Suuper Max); Bull's Eye (This Dodge Dart really hits the mark); The Giant Slalom (Competition was really tight at SCCA's Slalom Nats); Indiana Banana (A mild '48 Chevy Custom with lots of appeal); Red, Ripe 'N' Ready (Mike Starchevich's"Funny Framed" Willys); The Charge Of The Bowtie Brigade (New! Chevy performance parts guide); Trogladyte (One of drag racing's last T-roadsters); Up On Two Wheels (Kawasaki 1000-LTD, 4-cylinder heavyweight) Departments - Editorially Speaking; Post Entry; Down The Road; Roddin' At Random; New Stuff; Hot Shots; C.J. Talks Tech; In Print; HOT ROD Forum; HOT ROD Mart; Backyard Bonus
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April
Features - Saturday Night Specials (Cold steel, warm lead, hot flames and hamburgers); Teamwork (Selecting components that work together); Ford's Flexible Flyer (A 351W that will make Chevy lovers blue with envy); Chip Trick (Get your black window moldings to look better than new); Hemi Under Glass (Road Runner...everything's after you); My Old Flame (This '34 Tudor is hot); Special "T" (Steve Scheire's T-bucket stays ahead of the crowd); Sidewinder (Don Garlits gets sideways); Profiles (Pro Stock racing: Funny Cars with carburetors); Showin' Off (Color this '70 1/2 350 fast); Muscle Ducts (Cold air for factory hot rods); Out To Launch (His initials are R.P.M., his nickname is Tach, his Dart is...); Blueprinting Your Engine - Part 3 (Final assembly and test); A Perfect "10" (Chevy's new S-10 Sport truck is almost perfect); Up On Two Wheels (Suzuki's GS1 1100G) Departments - Editorially Speaking; Post Entry; In Print; Down The Road; Roddin' At Random; New Stuff; C.J. Talks Tech; Forum; HOT ROD Mart; Backyard Bonus
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May
Features - Racer Snake (Big-time Funny business with Don Prudhomme); '83 TA? (How to make a good thing better); Birds Of A Feather (The history of the TA); Early Bird (This '71 TA catches everything); The Daytona 500 (Proof you can have power and economy); Cutting Class (This '33 Chevy's blown big-block is never tardy); Back To Basics (A '23 highboy with all the right ingredients); For Louvers Only (A new bend in louver design); Chopped Pop (The "New Angle Anglia" continued); Six Kitten (A chrome and candy '55 Ford dandy); Modern Art (This '55 Chevy is an Art (Ellison) classic); Eighties Eight (A low-compression Chrysler 440); Sealant Science (The hot rodders chemical cork); Orange Peeler (One hot and juicy '70 Camaro); Ignition Sealer (A HOT ROD buyer's guide); Up On Two Wheels (The Honda 750 V-4 Magna) Departments - Editorially Speaking; Post Entry; In Print; Down The Road; Roddin At Random; New Stuff; C.J. Talks Tech; Hot Shots; HOT ROD Mart; Backyard Basics
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October
Features - Engine Swaps (Looking for big-block punch or V-6 economy?); Great Expectations (Detroit's 1983 performance teasers); Bracket Breakthrough (Witn Banks' brackets, accessories fit good under a small hood); Country Pumpkin (An orange '37 Plymouth that's strictly "haul-o-ween"); Detailing: Part 1 (Bring your first street machine to life); Run For The Money (Fast doesn't necessarily mean high-buck); On The Wagon (With a rat motor on nitrous, this wagon really hauls); Pro Street Rod (Labe and Jody Guirino's '38 is red, reef and rapid); Bird Of Prey (This Road Runner would devour the Coyote); Overbite (Maximizing traction with aftermarket traction bar setups); Still Cookin' (The Stone/Woods/Cook Willys is living drag race history); Second Coming (This blown Model A Tudor sedan is better than ever); World's Quickest T/A (N2O puts this 403 Oldsmo-'bird in 1st place); 390 To Go (For under $2000, you can have a...); Viccup (A real late-model "hi-boy"); Up On Two Wheels (How to tune your suspension) Departments - Editorially Speaking; Post Entry; In Print; Down The Road; Roddin' At Random; New Stuff; Talking Tech; Forum; HOT ROD Mart; Backyard Bonus
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