Hot Rod - 2002

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July
Cover Section - Bolt On 750 HP - Easy Power on Pump Gas (Yep, it's our 8-71-blown cover Hemi. Jealous.) Tech - 850 HP NASCAR Engine For The Street (And it's done with mostly used parts.), Exclusive: Roush 347ci Ford Crate Engine (It's a 435hp, 12-second bosozuko. Get one.), Add 50 Rear-Wheel hp In One Day (It's doable with easy bolt-ons.) Street Machines - The '88 Nova They Never Built (What if you could order a Rochester fuelie from the factory.), Rod Test: Wildest Custom Yet (What is it? We're still not sure but it spits fire.), '59 Chevy Bel-Air (Chevy's most winged overstatement of styling.) Features - $2,002 Autocross Challenge (Here's what happens when you ask guys to build race cars for 2 Gs.), The Bananas Foster Story (Who is this guy? Just a major Funny Car pioneer.), Best of Baskerville: Bonneville '74 (Here's our Ol' Dad's first salt trip for HRM.), Chevy Returns to Indy (The all-new, 214ci, 640hp, Indy Racing League powerplant.) Departments - Starting Line, Reaction Time, Roddin' at Random, Whole Shot, Hot Rod Approved, New Stuff, Hot Rod Online, Readers' Rides, Pit Stop, Hot Rod Approved
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November
Cover Story - More Power From Any Engine (Brand indifferent techniques you can do) Tech - Exclusive: Chevy's New ZL1 Aluminum Big-Block (It's 1969 again - but with fuel injection and driveability); Holley's Street Avenger Power Combo (The Anvil: step-by-step to 460 hp); New Hemi! (Secrets of the Dodge 5.7L); Street Machines (Dust'Ya (Steve Strope's Manic Mango Pro Tourer) Features - Americruise 10 (Rod & Custom's version of Power Tour); Best Of Baskerville: Eastwood & Barakat '32 (This one led our impressionable editor into street rodding); LSR Today (SCTA President Roy Creel on the current state of land speed racing) Bonus Poster - It's Pro Street, but isn't it cool Departments - Starting Line; Reaction Time; Roddin' At Random; New Stuff; Pit Stop; Readers' Rides; Hot Rod Online; Hot Rod Archives
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