Hot Rod - 1990

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January
Features - Life in the Fast Lane, Raiders of a Lost Art, Manic Possession, Stuck On You, Mr. Horsepower, Ghosts of Blair's Speed Shop, Hoss-Power ("Hoss" Nagel's proud, pro, pink and blown '58 Vette.), Gear To Go (Taking the guesswork out of the street gear-ratio dilemma.), Street-Legal Fighter (SLP's 12-second emission-legal Firebird.), Dragon Slayer (How to build a 460-hp, thumper street Mouse motor.), Centerfold - Here's Looking at You, Kid (The still-famous California Kid, '34 three-window movie star.), Beauties From The Beasts (Illustrator Thom Taylor takes us on another fantasy hot rod tour.), Smooth Delivery (Jim Elgan's mellow-yellow '28 Sedan Delivery.), Rumpty Rump (A blown Rat Camaro that rumps and thumps.), The Last IROC (Driving impressions of the IROC-Z Camaro.), Return Engagement (Bob Bush's rad red '34 Chevy sedan.), Showroom Stomper (Performance updates for the 25th anniversary Ford Mustang.), Temptation (Gary Gasaway;s orange '34 Ford Flamer.), Floor It! (A simple how-to on rusty floorpan replacement.), Boxcars (Bad street trucks with hot beds.), Win a ZR-1 Corvette, Dyno Drive (An over-the-road dyno that anyone can use.) Departments - Starting Line, Reaction Time, New Stuff, Roddin' at Random, Pit Stop, Swap Meet, Finish Line
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February
Features - Home-Built Supercars; Dollars & Sense; Blues Bros.; Jim's Dandy; On-Target Dart; High Stylin', Low Profilin'; Backyard Bullet; 'Stang With Sting; Past Tenths (Inside tips for the used-speed-parts market); In The Pink (Mark LeDue's healthy '40 Ford); Fast Gas (Taking the art of pit stops to new heights); Riders On The Storm (Life begins at 220 mph); Terminal Velocity (The Lingenfeiter and S/E Racecraft Firebird barely misses the 300-mph barrier); Code Blue (Charles Anderson's blue bullet Beretta); Showroom Stomper, Part 2 (Kaufmann's Mustang LX blasts streetable 12.20s); '55 Alive (Rich Gerhardt's orange blown Rat is not Sullivan's car with a blower); Homegrown How-To's (Send us your tech tip and win $25); One Rad Actor (Gary Cohen's blown, Rat-powered five-window); User's Guide (Paint products); Fire In The Hole (The latest in spark plug technology); Acme Rocket (Dave and Teresa South's blown 446-inch Road Runner); Road Test - Capital Z (The Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo); Free Ride (Bud Free's trick, rad roadster); Rapp-Id Transit (Dennis Rapp's blown Anglia) Departments - Starting Line; Reaction Time; New Stuff; Roddin' At Random; Bike Test; Pit Stop; February Events; Swap Meet; Finish Line
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March
Features - Torqued Off, Big Secret (Cruise legally and carry a 420-cid small-block stick.), Power Matching (Big power from accurately combining cams and heads.), Heads Up! (The complete small-block high-po cylinder-head guide.), Grunt Motors (Ideas for building the ultimate torque motor.), Factory Torque Monsters (Relive those days when behemoths roamed the streets.), Phantom Phorty-Eight (Gary Vahling built the pickup that never was.), Perfect Recreation (Gary Gillette's "mildly massaged" '32 three-window.), Centerfold - Blue Thunder (Doug Cook's salt-scorching Thunderbird.), Warp Speed (Cartech's turbocharged max-power street 'Stang.), Snakes Alive (Russ Ante's '66 ragtop scene stealer.), Showroom Stomper. The Final Scene (The 'Stang pulls well over 1g, and we love it.), Gas Attack (Nitroused fat-blocks on parade.), Blown To Be Wild (Jerry Thompson's Pro-To-Go '82 Camaro.), Almost Red (Jim and Mary Kelly's Too-Blue '34 Ford.), Defection (Bernstein and Prudhomme switch to Top Fuel.), Trick-Toria (Chauvin Emmon's latest flame.), Semi-Light Hemi-Weight (A '64 MoPar with a bad-blown Hemi heart.), Getting Zerious ('90 Chevrolet Beretta GTZ.) Departments - Starting Line, Reaction Time, New Stuff, Roddin' at Random, Bike Test, Pit Stop, March Events, Swap Meet, Finish Line
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May
Features - Hot, Street & Sticky, Wheels (& Tires) of Fortune, Multiple Choice, Budget Rollers, Color Wheels, Bigs & Littles, Align or Balance, Pony Tales (A pair of attention-grabbing thoroughbreds.), Pocket Pro Stockers (Gary Conley's 1/4-scale, fuel-powered V8 screamers.), Wentz Upon a Time (A Wentz family phantom of the phaeton.), Wild Thang! (A Lunati/Brodix 408-cid Mouse that stompes!), Upset City (The NHRA Winternationals were anything but predictable.), Rolling Thunder(Bolt) (Lee Malkemes' "replica" that rips 'em up.), Project Baby 'Bolt - Part 2 (Power plans for the giveaway Fairlane.), Surprise Package (Dwane Ong's eye-opening Pro '66 Chevelle.), Pace Setter (Inside Chevy's Indy Pace car Beretta GTZ.), Grand Larsony (Darrell Larson's screamer yellow '37.), Jammin' J-Cars (Pontiac's Turbo Sunbird GT and Chevy's Z/24.), Vis-A-Visvadra (Steve Visvadra's '71 Max-Rat Pro Camaro.), Far Out Forty (Phil Bates' Foose-built '40.) Departments - Starting Line, Reaction Time, New Stuff, Roddin' at Random, Bike Test, Pit Stop, May Events, Swap Meet, Finish Line
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July
Features - Angle Of Attack (What's it like to drive an IROC Daytona at 150 mph? Come along and find out...); Charlie's Angel (A '29 Ford that Dares to be Different); Tuned Port Intensity (Lingenfelter's latest TPI magic) Special Mustang Mini-Section - Chips Off The Ol' E.T. (Hypertech's hi-po chip switch); Disc Jockeying (SVO's four-wheel disc-brake setup); Road Test - Horse Of The Same Color ('90 Mustang GT); Going With The Grain (Woodn't a '33 Woodie be nice?); Pro Stylin' The Daring Movement continues...); Turn Of The Century (Jerry Moreland's blue and bad '55 Buick); Y B Normal? (Illustrations on a different theme); Formula Jalapeno (Combining Formula 1 and a '32 roadster); Projectile (It doesn't get much wilder than this Pro Stude); Speedmasters (Ronnie Sox's 7-second '64 Comet and Mike Ashley's blazing Beretta); Fuelish Pleasure (Stan Bianca's injected '56 Rat); Galactic Journeys ('63 1/2 Ford Lightweight Galaxie); Honey Runner (Dale Cannister's sweet-treat Super Bee); Eenie Meenie Mighty MoPar (David Lind's '66 "Hemi-fied" Coronet); Rat Under 'Glass (Dr. Scott Secrest's prescription for fun); Charlotte Auto Fair (Taking in the sights in Charlotte); Top Flight Fatty (Mike Adams builds another wild '37 Ford) Departments - Starting Line; Rection Time; Good Stuff; Roddin' At Random; Bike Test; Pit Stop; July Events; Swap Meet; Finish Line
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