Hot Rod - 1983

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January
Features - Chevy Cruisers (These magnificient 11 all add up to "USA 1"); Blown Tie Brigade (Here's a "coupel" of supercharged stovebolts); Detailing - Part IV (Custom interiors installed at home); Four Sure ("T.V." Tommy Ivo's four-engine exhibitionist); Bow Tie Affair (The correct way to port Chevy's "best" head); Tricky Vicky (Red's unreal Victoria is one); Wiring - Part II (Wiring kits for rods and racers); Bloch's Beauty (This Buick-powered MGB reunites the U.S. and U.K.); Narrow Minded (Wide tires call for narrow rears); Smo-o-oth (A kolorful kustom that's fantastik); The Lone Ranger (HOT ROD's stepside Ford makes a heroic transformation); Boost Boon (Aerodyne puts an end to the drag of turbo lag); Kelly's Hero (Craig Carter and his V6-powered '82 Camaro); Rocket Man (This '27 "T" jets past the competition); Stull Session (There's no better way to show their wares); Up On Two Wheels (Stalking the 10s) Departments - Editorially Speaking; Post Entry; In Print; Down The Road; New Stuff; Roddin' At Random; Talking Tech; HOT ROD Mart; Hot Shots; Backyard Bonus
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July
Features - Super Street Chevette (Build a dynamite street machine.), Deadly Lessons (Prepping the 400-hp, 305-c.i.d. Z28 engine.), Well-Reared (Late Mustang / Camaro heavy-duty rearends.), Gas Attack (Pro Gas Blast at NorCal's Sacramento raceway.), Chizzler (A 192-mph Corvette with a heart of a Hemi.), Yellow Zonker (A low-lid custom with some surprising extras.), Superbird (Pontiac's Super Duty Firebird - a rolling showcase.), Black Magic (This '41 Willys coupe performs a 9.29 vanishing act.), Turbo Transplant (Swapping a late turbo V6 into an early Skylark.), Water Injection (It's the fog that makes the difference.), Subtle Shuttle (Turning a '76 Monza grocery-getter into a silk purse.), Hot & Heavy (This '66 Biscayne boulevard-beater is no belly button.), The Little Mouse That Roars (A 1850 pound 327-powered ;38 Fiat Topolino.), 1 Bad "A" (Darth Vader's great-great-great grandfather.), Daytona's Whistle Stop (Dodge's new Daytona Turbo is no 97-inch weakling.), Byers' Beware ("We do our racing in a GMC".), A Connecticut Yankee (A kingly '70 Maverick with a "Cobraized" crown.), Prince of Wails (Would you believe a '60 Valiant wagon Pro Gasser.), Up On Two Wheels )Honda's 650cc Nighthawk.)
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August
Features - Super Street: Part II (This Chevelle's looks are matched only by its performance.), The Blower Bash (Hot Rod test a handful of street huffers.), Nostalgia Nationals (Remember what the drags used to be like.), Mighty Low (Dan Dupont gets down in his black '33 pickup.), Backyard Bodywork (Metal straightening made easy.), Hot Sauce (A '59 delivery that was once a hearst.), Street Drags! (A dragstrip that gives street racers what they want.), 100 Proof (Tom Prufer's hammered '34 Coupe.), In The Family Way (The family that races together, stays together.), Bonneville High (Gil Ruiz's '29 is both sweet and fleet.), Light Fantastics (All-alloy wonders for both street and strip.), Gran Sports (The Bowling Green Gran Sports Convention.), Yellow Metal (Hank Gallegos and his incredible '56 Chevy.), It's a...Small World (Cary Weisner thought big when he built small.), What a Lark! (A 10-second Studebaker Lark with a 500-inch Eldorado engine.), Up On Two Wheels (Kawasaki's 750 Turbo.)
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November
Features - Flower's Child (Ken "Posie" Fenicel's sophisticated '37 convertible.), Taking The Wraps Off a 180 mph Rat (An exclusive look inside Reher & Morrison's 1000 hp Chevys.), Frank Laconio (The case of the reluctant superstar.), Sizzlers (Color these Pro Style Chevy's hot.), Welcome Back Carter (Carter's AFB is making a street/strip comeback.), Stealth Bomber (Ben Waite's hot-stuffed '73 Corvette.), Exclusive First Look Ports of Haul (New factory Pro Stock big-block Chevy heads.), Street Sounds (Hot Rod's guide to car stereo.), Fall Guys (This pair of Deuces beats any royal flush.), One Bad "Cat" (Jamey Crank's Cougar puts "plush" in Pro Stock.), Property Value (Dick Moroso invests in drag racing's future.), Turbo Flash (Ford's approach to turbocharging.), Bronze Elephant (This '56 Chevy's trunk is under the hood.), The Antique Nationals (Hot Rodding's flyin' fossils.), Good Start (How to hop-up your starter at home.), Up On Two Wheels (Four tips for faster riding.), All The Way (Bill Seigler's first new car ended up going.)
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December
Features - Rods and Customs (Early Fifties iron is coming back strong.), Classic Chevys (The foundations for the musclecar era.), Musclecars (A time of no replacement for displacement.), High-Tech (This latest trend combines slick with quick.), Hot Rod Workshop (Part 3: A guide to welding equipment.), Snakes Alive (The 8th annual Shelby American Auto Club convention.), Building a Street Blower Motor (Preparing a mouse for some serious horsepower.), Resemblence of Things Past (A repro of Edelbrock Sr.s famed 121-mph roadster.), Project Rampage (Dodge's lightweight giant-killer.), Re-evolution (Preserving, restoring and re-running classic dragsters.), Up On Two Wheels (Vincent vs. V65; 1948 vs. 1983.)
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