Hot Rod - 1984

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January
Features - The Facts About Nitrous Oxide Injection (Part 1: Better racing through chemistry.), Black Death (Ron Filkin's nitrous injected '57 Bel Air.), Top Gas Is Back (Low $$$, non-pro gas dragsters hit the 6s.), Right Stauffer (Red Stauffer's high-tech '33 Vicky.), High-Tech Hardware (The latest look in street rod accessories.), 5.0L Mustang (A 12-second pony express.), 5.0L Camaro (A 12-second, 7-cylinder time bomb.), Clockwork Orange (Tom Rice's '68 Camaro runs 10.70s at (you guessed it) OCIR.), For Instance (Dennis Zainfeld's twin-turbod "sky-tech" '72 Pantera.), Blade Runner (Pfaff Turbo's street legal twin-turbo kit for Z28s.), The Riverside Saga (Straight-line racing on a road course?), Chrysler Imperialism (Larry Pontnack's bracket car is fit for a king.), Old Paint (Mike Solis treated his '67 'Stang to a few more oats.), Stroker's Streaker (Winter's Medley mover is no yellow stone.), Rampage! (Part II: Hot Rod's bottle-baby is dressed to kill.), Up On Two Wheels (The '84 Harley Davidson Softail.)
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March
Features - Bucketeers! (The fantastic plastic fad T-bucket-kookie-kar-kits.), Flashback '57: Part 2 (Backyard bodywork on Hot Rod's Project Giveaway.), Indy '84 (A look at what's in store for the Hot Rod Super Nats.), Super Gas Champ (Dan DiVita's drag racing's perseverence pays off.), Lil' Scoot (Why 122 cubic-inches equals mid-13s.). Flames to Fame (A '57 Chevy with years of effort and the right paint.), Red, White & Brew (Kenny Bernstein's new Budweiser King-Tempo Funny Car.), Arrow Heads (Pontiac's proposed aluminim V8 cylinder head for NASCAR racing.), The Laws of 9:1 Engines (Bo Laws defined the rules for low-comprehension race engines.), Gearhead (Mike Houser craftily mixes mouse with Porsche.), No Big Deal (...just the world's smallest running production model V8.), Declaration of Independents (Installation of an independent front suspension kit for pre-48s.), The Whole Nine Yards (This '56 Bel Air has won more than 20 First Place trophies.), Monte Carlo SS (Chevy;s sleeper of the year.), Fast Paced (Hot lapping lady in Pontiac's 138-mph Fiero pace car.), The Politics of Clean Air (California initiates anti-pollition auto-inspection.), Up On Two Wheels (Mad dash into the 10s with Suzuki's GS1 150ES.)
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April
Features - Santa Cruise (Home of the Beach Street Revival.), Plumber's Helper (Dress up you engine compartment for under $200.), '84 Hurst/Olds (A comfortable performance car that tries.), Blower Bash: Part II (The big blowers show their stuff on Keith Black's dyno.), Quick & Stick (Mike Blower's '41 Willys American combines smooth with move.), Rat On (Dennis Wood has one goin' goal.), Ground Assault (Vince Impastato's multiple-mission attack vehicle.), Bigfoot III (Bob Chandler's third in a series of Ford Frankensteins.), The Hot Rod Super Nationals (Prizes galore and much more are at Indy '84.), Flashback '57: Part III (Chassis rebuild on the Super Nats giveaway project.), Going Strong (A new look at an old '29 Highboy Hot Rod feature car.), Let It Stand (Check and tune your motor before installation.), Tough Trucks (The hot rodders way of building what's fun truckin' real.), The Great Pretenders (Drag racing with radio-controlled model Pro Stockers.), Short Order (Dave Basa's home brewed '68 AMX really works.), Coiled For Action (Buick's new coil ignition system.), Machinest's Union (A coalition of five of the finest street machines.), Up On Two Wheels (Kawasaki Ninja - only 900cc but look out.)
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May
Features - Horseflesh! (Breedilng Mustangs for the asphalt derby); All That Glitters (...or how to make your rod really eye-tractive); Mustang SVO/Dodge Daytona Turbo (The two baddest American 4-bangers ever built); Outlaw Corvette (Art Danchuck's 9-second fiberglass chariot); Crossbreeding The Mustang (Improve the breed with a drivetrain swap); Flashback '57: Part 4 (Restoring a 270-horse 283...or, how to build a TRW motor); Star Car (Don Varner and Ron Covell team up to beam rodding into the future); Bustle Bomb (An innovative, twin-engine dragster from the past); Winternationals (a.k.a the "comeback" nationals); HOT ROD's Club Directory (A cross-section of various car clubs throughout the nation); Gimme Five! (The Borg-Warner T-5 transmission); Blood Brothers (Two pure-blooded hot rods from the 1930s); The HOT ROD Super Nationals (Latest news on what'll be happening in Indy this June); Up On Two Wheels (Radical vs. rideable: which is best for your street bike); Acadian? (Yes, Canada is it's home, but it's a Chevy, too - sorta) Departments - Editorially Speaking; Post Entry; In Print; Down The Road; New Stuff; Roddin' At Random; Talking Tech; HOT ROD Mart; Backyard Bonus
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September
Features - The T-Bird is Back (And it's the best thing out of Dearborn in a long, long time.), Aero Camaro (Part 2: How to build a contemporary street machine.), EXP/Sunbird/Colt (Mini turbo road test: Three hot dogs to go, please.), Predator Camaro (How many times have you heard...you don't race dynos.), Finishing Touches (This '29 Tudor took a little more than paint and chrome.), Tiger Beat (The gr-rrrreat 1984 GTO Convention in Kalamazoo, Michigan.), Something Olds, Something New (Allan Patterson's new SS/GTC '84 Olds.), Humpback (Tom Duncan's daily driver is a dump-front, hump-trunk '38 Ford.), Chevy Street Manifold Comparison (Hot Rod takes the guesswork out of manifold selection.), Deceiver (What's real in rodding anyway.), The Low-Buck Special (Part 2: Bringing an old altered back to life.), Knock It Off (Lil' John Buttera's new knock-off hub adapter kit.), Hot Rod's Hot Rods (Part 2: On the sand, salt, street, strips and the sea.), Scosh O'Nova (No knocking this north-of-the-border neat machine.; Up On Two Wheels (Speed school - you're a better rider in just one day.)
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December
Features - Street Rod Dreamin' (A guide to the wild world of street rodding.), MoPar's Muscle Connection (Dick Maxwell's remembers Hemis past, and touts the four-sylinder, front-wheel-drive performance future.), Holley Carb Goofs & Cures (15 Holley carb problems - and how to fix them.), Indy Nationals (The 30th U.S. Nats was a real old times reunion.), Whalebodies (Two heavy hitters from Ford's early muscle years.), Installing A Hoodscoop (The right way to bond glass to metal.), The Drawing Board (Hot Rod invites a quorum of artists to rethink the hot rod.), New Aluminum Heads For Big-Block Fords (The TFS aluminim head may breathe new life into the 429/460 Ford Wedge motor.), Suzuki GV1200 Madura ("What's Madura" you ask. We don't know either but it'll destroy a city block in 2 seconds.), '67 Camaro (Doug Phillips low-level approach to Pro Street science.), '49 Olds 88 Coupe (A new generation that's part custom, part rod and part machine.), '71 Maverick (A different idea for Ford from Renterias.), '55 Chevy (Nothing nasty, nothing gaudy...just a fine '55.), '67 Mustang (An old quarter horse finds new life on the show circuit.) Departments - Starting Line (Cruising is a key element for enjoying hot rodding.), Reaction Time (I/M reaction, a hoodscoop solution and advice for a future hot rodder.), Roddin' At Random (The All-Star Drag Racing Team, cars imitate art, America's top horsepower cars, Chevrolet's new V8 Indy engine, and the Hot Rod staff Christmas photo.), New Stuff, Pit Stop (Predator carbs on the street, turbo T/A hop-up, building "unleaded" engines and more.), Swap Meet, Finish Line (IROC wrap-up, Ford pleases Yarborough and much more.)
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