Hot Rod - 2008

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February
Cover Story - Homebuilt Heroes (It took us weeks to sort through the 4,000ish entries in our cover car contest, but we got through it and discovered some really cool owner-built rides. So for those of you who always complain about "checkbook rods", here's your alternative) Dirt Cheap Racing - 20 Hours Of Lemons (Always wanted to go road racing but couldn't afford the bill? Here's how to do it and have more fun than should be allowed); Flashlight Drags (A bunch of hot rodders rent an airport runway, hire a cute girl to operate the flashlight, and the street racers and families come out in droves. We want to see more of this); Soap Box Racers (The most fun is usually had on the outskirts of sanity, somewhere between brilliance and mayhem. The San Fernando Valley Illegal Soap Box Federation has it down pat) Feature Stories - Goodbye, Wally (The man who helped create a hobby and a big-league sport, launched an industry, and entertained and informed us all through the pages of this magazine is gone. Here's how we remember him); Garlits' New Dragster (Big Daddy is back with a new dragster, but this one's just for fun. We're still waiting to hear the 392 new Hemi on 80 percent) Departments - Starting Line (I don't work here anymore); Holeshot (Goodbye Wally, David and Whitney); Bench Racing (Feedback on Junior's ride); Where It All Began (Big Daddy's trendsetting rear-engine digger); Roddin' At Random (A Top 100 Hot Rod is resurrected); Test And Tune (All kind of hot new parts); Pit Stop (Marian opens up a six-pack of carburetor questions); Finish Line (His new name is Fireball) Hot Rod Garage - 1,100HP Buildup (The latest saga of the Hot Rod Spl. Camaro shows how 30 people got together to build a 555ci, 14-71 blown big-block Chevy and set five new records at the Bonneville Salt Flats in one week); Intake Porting (Many people don't think to port their intake manifold, but there is power to be had. We test three different intakes on one engine, them port them all and run 'em again); How To Weld (Affordable MIG welders now allow anyone to fuse metal together. Here's what you need to know to conquer the fear and get started welding)
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