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Road and Track
November
1951

Contents - Watkins Glen, Monza Analysis, $1000 Car, A-40 Sports Road Test, You Saw It In, Chrysler Road Test, MG Bugatti, Salon, Home-Built 500, Technical Correspondence, Lockheed Economy Run, Volkswagen, Poet's Corner
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Auto Speed and Sports
January
1952

Editorial, Your Letters, Deadline Data, Why a Sports Car, Equinox Eclipse, Convair Carrousel, 22 Seconds, Montlhery Enduro, Auto Trial - Porsche 1500, Reno Roundup, Cunningham Cutaway, My First Sports Car Race, Paris in the Fall, Britain Exhibits its Best, Auto-Biography
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Auto Speed and Sports
March
1952

Contents - Editorial, Your Letters, Deadline Data, Mexican Road Race, Backyard Bombs, Auto Trial - Aurelia, Let's Have A Rally, The Best Yet, Badgered Collector, Palm Beach Shores, Polensky's Pygmy, Auto Biography - Don Parkinson, Track Trends And Products
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Cars
November
1953

Special Features - Mister Car Tester, Ford Forsees the Future, CARS Tours America's Speed Traps, Tail Fins Will Be Worn, Jeeps Answer the Call of the Wild You and Your Car - How to Get Ten Miles More Per Gallon, What's Stopping the Disc Brake?, NYU Checks on Radar, Troubleshoot Your Cooling System Sports Cars - First Report on the New MG, Perry's $10,000 Dreams Custom Cars - Custom Carnival, I Built The World's Most Fabulous Car Hot Rods - Hot Rods Are Doomed Antique Cars - Your New Car is so Antique Racing Cars - Junk-Wagon Champ Classic Cars - The Pierce-Arrow Legend Regular Columns - Tom McCahill's Column, Cars Abroad, Car Capital, U.S.A. Regular Features - Picture Showroom, One For The Road, Economy Rundown, Salesman Sam Departments - Editor at the Wheel, Reader at the Wheel, New Product Parade, Q. & A. Curb Service
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Speed Mechanics
January
1954

Contents - Pennsylvania Autorama, That Hot, Fast Spark, More Sm Chevy Manifold Tests, Dechroming, Bonneville High Lights, Best Gear Teeth For Road Bite, Search for Speed and Safety, What's Hot
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Auto Age
May
1954

John Bentley's Col., Fan Belt, The Agajanian Story, Head-Ache, Mercury Road Test, Acid - The Adversary, This Happy Breed, Todd Custom, Stopping Action, Cunningham Road Test, British Newsletter, A-6-GCS, Wind and Wheels, The Truth About Tires, Calling All Porsches, E For Economy, Endurance, New Flying Dutchman, Luxurious Loxier, Detroit Deadline, What's Your Problem, RPM, Auto Age Shop Window
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Motor Life
May
1954

Test Reports - New V-8 Mercury (Latest checks on handling and performance.), Ford's Modern Six (Don't be misled by the economy tag.) Features - Transplanting Horsepower (What you should know about engine conversions.), Mount For V-8 Conversion (A practical solution for a knotty problem.), Straight Six Stripper (A clean, eye-catching GMC record holder.), America's Best Custom Car? (Reader votes select the top car for 1953.), Ford's "Personal" Car (Thunderbird sports car headed for the streets.), First Step To Improve Performance (Answering the demand for power increase.), How to Install High-Compression Heads (It's easy, but you have to do it right.), More Drive From Overdrive (How to get the most out of this unit.), Blow Off The Heat! (Making an inexpensive air scoop for cooling.), Install Your Own Continental Kit (How you can save yourself some money.), 144 MPH in the Quarter-Mile (Mercury cracks the acceleration record at the drags.), Neither Dream Nor Reality (Mercury trots out a new potential in its XM-800.), Inside Ford's Secret Styling Room (A cameraman gets behind the closed doors.), New U.S. Economy Car (Nash puts the NX-1 on the production lines.), Skylark Becomes $10,000 Custom (Right from the showroom to the restyling shop.), What About Fiberglas? (Clearing up some misconceptions.) Departments - The Current Issue, Correspondence, Deadline Data, Technical Tips, Buyer's Directory, Restyling by Readers, New Products
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Speed Mechanics
July
1954

Contents - I Built a Custom Ford Coupe, Quick-Change Artists, Make Your Hot Rod an Alcoholic, Car Know-How, Ford Soup-Up, How to Revitalize Interiors, Your Engine Has Windows, What's Hot, Cover Story, Backfire, Build Your Own Engine Stand
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Motor Life
December
1954

Test Report - 1955 Ford Fairlane, 1955 Chevrolet 210 Sedan, 1955 Plymouth Belvedere Features - Power to Stop, Chevrolet's New V-8 Engine, Winter Target: Cooling Systems, Duals in Detroit, South Bend's Secret Speedster, Your Car's Weakest Link May Be The Carburetor, Custom Capri - Act III, Christmas Gifts For The Motorist, $5.95 Custom Sport Report - Watkin's Glen Grand Prix, Pike's Peak Hill Climb, Santa Barbara Road Race Departments - Correspondence, Technical Tips, Dateline: Detroit, Photo-Life, Car Quiz, Editorial
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Motor Life
April
1955

Test Reports - Driver's Report: 1955 Packard, Nash and Hudson, Oldsmobile Super 88, Plymouth Belvedere Six Features - Uranium Hunting in your Car, Futura For The Road, What You Can Learn From Economy Runs, Tricks and Techniques For More Mileage, When It Became a Custom, The Cunningham Offy, Detroit's Billion-Dollar Secrets, "Acceleration is my Business", Tomorrow's Engine, How to Install and Use a Tachometer, What You Can Find in a Wrecking Yard, Twin-Antenna Installation, Vintage and Veteran Short Features - Mr. Bonneville, A Cadillac and a Million Dollars, Uranium Bulletin Board Departments - Correspondence, Technical Tips, Dateline Detroit, The Car Critic, Reviews of Motoring Life
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Auto Age
May
1955

Road Tests - Proving Grounds Report: Thunderbird, Lincoln and Mercury, Studebaker's 1955 Commander, Meet The Isetta Special Features - Gearshift Mirror, The Continent by Car, Hell-Bent For Safety, The Truth About Oil Additives, The Hares and the Fordoise, What's New About The New Cars Enthusiast Section - Road-Racing's Biggest Year, Saga of the Midget Giants, MG Gets a "1500", Three Packards From the Past Short Features - Income Tax Car Deductions, Auto Suggestions, Book Notes Departments - Contours and Detours, Fan Belt, New Foreign Cars Described: 1955 Jaguars, Auto Age Album, What's Your Problem, European Newsletter, Equipment and Gadgets, For Women
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Auto Age
February
1956

Road Tests - Proving Ground Report: Lincoln Premiere, Mercury Montclair Special Features - New For '56, Is Safety A Sales Gimmick?, Vibration - Your Car's Worst Enemy Technical Features - The Remarkable Rotor, Progressive Brake Design, Chrysler's Center-Plane Brake, What's Your Problem? Enthusiast Section - Notes For The Enthusiast, 1955 Fall Nationals: Thompson, Elkhart Lake, Watkins Glen, Hagerstown, Road Test: MG and the Curves, Citroen Metamorphasis, New From The Old World, European Roundup Departments - Contours And Detours, Fan Belt - Letters To The Editor, AUTO AGE Antenna, Equipment And Gadgets
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Motorsport
March
1956

Competition Reports - Nassau Trophy, Team Play At Torrey Pines, The Sixth Sebring, Great American Mountain Rallye Road Tests - Bill Holland Tests The Clipper Custom, Road Testing The Dyna Packard, Road Testing The Mercedes 190 SL New American Cars - '56 Corvette, Rambler Features - Cunningham Joins Jaguar, Bugatti, From Doodles To Design Commentary - Motor City Mirror, London Diary
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Sports Car Wheel
September
1958

Special Features - Sports car racing's professional "amateurs" Features - The Man In The Polka-Dot Shirt (Color on the track with Al Torres.), Conquistador From Cambridge (Lister's blistering threat for the racing season.), Behind The Wheel (A profile about the nation's top woman driver.), Sports Car WHEEL Quiz #2 (Around the course from A to Z.), 10 Tips For Economy Car Performance (Volkawagen - Renault - Simca.), The Drinking Of "Minors" (Half way through Texas - she developed a thirst.), Is This The Ultimate Classic? (Mercedes 540K.), Getting Up In The World (Social climbers converge on Willow Springs.), Checkpoint (Rally activities and news.), Class of '61 (Detroit's secret school of body design.) Road Checks - Simca Aronde Elysee (The swallow of the "Champs de Elysee".), Porsche 1600 Superspeedster (There's nothing square about a Porsche.) Technical - Techtalk Pictorial - Night Pit Stop (Sometimes 12 hours can be summed up in a moment.) Departments - Report (A column of correspondence from WHEEL readers.), Zero to Sixty (To the victor belongs the invoice.), New Products, Starting Frid -the wheels in WHEEL
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Car Life
February
1963

Road Tests - Plymouth Sport Fury (With Golden Commando power); Cadillac Park Avenue (The "shorty" of the line); Pontiac Grand Prix (A most handsome fellow) Features - Fastback Fords (More GO from Fo-Mo-Co); Debut For Four (New models for the showroom); Great Auto War (In this corner: the buyer); Dario Resta ("the man to beat on any track"); A Lincoln For Show (And maybe for road, too); Rearview Mirror (Historical racing photos) Technical - Science And The Chassis (Part I: tires and traction); Cadillac's New V-8 (A technical review); Superchargers For The Speedway (Part II: Intercoolers boost horsepower); Technical Correspondence (Parts and service) Classic - 1933 Cadillac V-16 (A many-cylindered spendor) Departments - Letters (Readers 'round the world); Motor City Memo (Jetfire gears, NASCAR and fiberglass); Outlook (Eventually and now); Autos Abroad ("rots o' ruck" to the Japanese); Window Shopping (Automotive accessories); Books (Reviews of current reading); New & Used (On the market)
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The Classic Car
Summer
1964

Features - Body By Jedkins, Ornaments, Mascots and Figurines - Part III, The Doble Steam Car, Regional Round-Up, The Grosser Mercedes, Nuts, Bolts, Etc
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Car Life
October
1966

Road Tests - 1966 Rover 2000 TC (Rover boys invade the colonies), 1966 BMW 2000 TI (Family servant or rally-running rascal) Classic - American Underslung (Last of pace-making series) Features - Super Safety For The Fret Set (Boondoggle Mark I), What's New At GM (safety and styling), What's New At Chrysler (going to extremes), Camaro (Chevrolet's long-awaited ponycar), A Cat Called Cougar (Canaries (and horses) beware!), What's New At Ford (a 4-door Thunderbird), Swingers On Plymouth Road? (Getting there is half the fun), Piranha (cycolac shell game makes a stunning funnycar) Technical - Stop! (Are Detroit's brakes doing the job?), Vote Yes For I.E.S. (European carmakers elect logical candidate) Departments - News & Views, Fender Forum, Calendar, Motor City, Autos Abroad, Motormart, Performance, Nuts & Bolts, Swapshop
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Circle Track And Highway
July
1971

Contents - Ontario 500 (At Daytona, Petty went on to a comfortable win when Foyt ran out of gas; at Ontario, Foyt went onto a comfortable win when Petty overshot his pit); Lloyd Ruby (Jim Hunter turns his style on to pen this very fine profile of one of America's most popular race car drivers, the story is just in time for Indy where Ruby's year is long overdue); Dogwood 500 (Clay Earles brings back the "old-bodied coupes" and the fans return to Martinsville for the bi-annual classic of Late Model Sportsmen and Modifieds); The Science Of Drifting (MoPar engineers take to the 200 MPH wind tunnels to do the first comprehensive study of the mechanics of drafting and slingshotting on the super speedways); Carolina 500 (More "cheating" is unearthed at Rockingham, some to the detriment of the driver's health, while Petty goes on to win #122); Abdrettu-King Dirt Car (Ace car builder Grant King builds an innovative open-wheeler for USAC's Championship dirt division and Mario Andretti's winning foot); First Sunday Race (Many of the fan's of this year's REBEL 400 will think this is Darlington's first Sunday race, but they forget the REBEL 300 of fourteen years ago); Terry Nichels (This independent son of a famous father is now coming on strong on the Late Model circuit after some "secret" help from mom and pop in the lean years); Mongrel In The Wolf Pack (Part II of the autobiographical experiences of the first American to drive in European Grand Prix racing since Jimmy Murphy in 1925 is most interesting reading) Departments - Editorial; Headlines; Slingshots; Pitstoppers; Souvenir Photo; Field Reports; Racing Schedule; Tech Talk; Back Issues; Coming Atcha
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Chevy Power
April
1975

Contents - Chevreligion (Believe in it!); The Beast From The East (Custom Vette direct from Corvette City); New Chevy Heads (A close look at aluminum); Door Slammer Special (Zinn & Bauer '67 Camaro); Injected Vette Gasser (Trower & Heinauer's flip flop front winner); Isky Hi Rev Kits For Rats (9000 rpm with durability is now possible for screaming Rat motors); Steve's Mouse Factory (A winner at the strip and at shows as well); Speed Equipment Preview (What's really new for 1975); Keeping It All Together Studs Vs. Bolts (Some simple mods will let your block live a lot longer); Road Test Special (Seymour Belz tests the Nova LN); Shakinallover (Hager, Coomer, Kunze & Smith get it all together); Just-A-Link (New Bolt-on traction bars for Chevelles); Psychotic Reaction (The shocking, screaming Vette); New Durability Trick For Hydros (Fairbanks quick flush valve lets your tranny beat the best); Nice And Nasty Camaro (Nice to look at, nasty to run against); The Shooting Star (A 12-year young, flame-painted screamer); Chevy-Powered Wheelstanders; Gas Master !! (Injected Chevy does the job); Granger And Williams (Modified Madness Camaro)
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Car Classics
June
1976

Features - Halcyon Daze (History of the Bentley 1919-1931); Bentley 4 1/4; The First Post-War Bentley; 1957 Bentley Continental S-1; What Did The Classics Contribute?; Studebaker's Heavenly Body (1928-33 President Eight); Raymond Dietrich (American designer of classic cars); Postwar Plymouths For The Collector; Plymouth's Idea Cars (A very mixed bag); Car Classic's Project Auburn, Part VII Departments - Editorial; Milestone Cars; Misc (Letters, comments, clubs, auctions, etc.); Reproduction Classics; European Scene; Classic Books In Review; Restoration
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Chevy Hi-Performance

1977

Contents - Pre-'67 Small-Block Head I.D., Bracket Killer: 530 HP 4-Barrel Small-Block, Understanding Corvette Suspensions, The Inside Scoop On Turbo Automatics, Performance-Building Chevy's Rat Motor, Volatile Vega, Build A Racing Oil Pan, 6th Annual Nomad Convention, Grass Roots Guts, How To Build A "Big" Small-Block Chevy, Fantastic Fifty-Seven Fuely, Budget Heads From C.H.A., Equating Performance, Home-Built 572 HP Bracket Rat, Ten-Second Six, The ABC's Of Clutches, Sanitary Street Stormer, Rebuilding Basics - Edelbrock Rat Motor, Meat Power, How To Buy Used Engine Parts, Classic Chevy Convention, Biloxi Bullet, Suspended Animation, Hauler From Houma, 500 HP The Easy Way, Road-Racing Chevette
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Car Classics
February
1977

Features - Standard Of The World: A Tribute; That Which Deserves To Live - Lives; The Penalty Of Leadership; From Model A To Seville; Henry Leland: Spirit Of The Marque; Milestone Engines; The Pioneer V-8; The Magnificent V-16; The 1949 V-8; Postwar Cadillacs For Collectors; Cadillac's Limited Editions; Heirs To The Classics: Seville; Britain For The Enthusiast; A-C-D At Home In Indiana; Breakthrough! The Precision Size Collectors Car; "New": A Reflection - On Ideas Past; Lagonda: The Once And Future King; A Ford In Your Past Departments - Genesis; American Scene; European Scene; Classic Cars; Milestone Cars; Restoration; Books For The Enthusiast; Exodus: Who Was That Chrysler I Saw You With Last Night?
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The Hot-Rodder's Manual For Street & Strip

'78-'79 Annual

Contents - Small-Block Ford Secrets; Pro Parts For Bracket Racers; Selecting Holley & Carter Carbs For The Street; Small-Block Mopar Street Tuning Tips; Moroso Cool Can; The Future Is Now: New Team-G Manifolds; Chevy Small-Block Power Secrets; Bronze-Wall Valve Guide Installation; Late Valve Covers For Early Chevy Heads; How To Install A Harwood Scoop; Chevy Muscle Cures The Tired Tiger; Stay-Clean Black Jack Aluminized Headers; How To Win Automatically; Glass Bead Blasting; Stick It! Hurst's Auto-Stick II How-To; Buyer's Guide: Electronic Ignitions; Project Car: Bolt-On Power For Chevys; Move It! Quick Trick For Weight Transfer; 25 Tech Tips For Performance
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Mustang - The Car That Started The Ponycar Stampede

1980

Contents - A Fitting Introduction; Developing The Personal Car: 1946-64; False Starts: Mustang I And XT-Bird; On Designing A Legend; The First Revolution: 1965; Driving Impressions: 1965 Mustang And 1957 Thunderbird; Why Change A Good Thing: 1966-68; Shelby's Magic: GT-350 And GT-500; Driving Impressions: 1966 And 1967 Shelby GT-350; Style And Stamina: 1969-70; Is This The Way We Want To Go: 1971-73; The Second Revolution: 1974; Driving Impressions: 1974 Mustang II Mach I; Competition Mustangs: From B-Production To Trans-Am; The Third Revolution: 1979; Driving Impressions: Mustang Cobra 2.3 Turbo And 5.0 V-8; Anniversary Year: 1980; Clubs For The Mustang Enthusiast; Acknowledgements
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Classic Cars & Special Interest
Winter
1981

Features - Preview: Clenet Series III (The third generation); Inside San Sylmar (One of the world's most beautiful collections); Bringing Back A Legend (Bugatti Type 35 replicas); Duesenberg Donation (J476 comes home) Old Cars - Bugatti Type 41 Royale (The grand exercise); Bugatti Type 55 (When cars were cars); Bugatti Type 35 (Thoroughbred of racing design); Bugatti Type 57 (Three of a kind: Graber convertible, Ventoux and Stelvio) Activities - Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance (Once more to the sea); Monterey Historic Car Races (Pushing old cars to the limit); Santa Barbara Concours (The sixth and best meet); Hershey & Carlisle (The Pennsylvania Parts Party) Departments - Behind The Wheel; Letters (Comments & Critique); New Books; New Car Review: Lafer TI Special Edition, Victor Motor's TF-81 MG
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Motor
April
1981

Technical - Troubleshooter (Don't get shot down while working on tough diagnostic problems. Motor's technical editor guides you safely through the engineering flak), Import Report (Service tips with a foreign accent help you deal with this segment), Factory Service Slants (Detroit's latest service and repair procedures help make your job easier), J-Car Technical Report (GM has another winner. Here's how the J works), Hydro-Boost (Who needs vacuum when you have power steering fluid? How to diagnose and repair this hydraulic power assist system), Custom Painting (Point your spray gun towards the higher profits of custom painting) Clinic - Pressure Testing Cooling Systems (How to diagnose overheating problems with an inexpensive tester) Report - J-Car Marketing (How General Motors plans to sell the new J-car) What's Happening - Bob Lund's Detroit Hotline (Our man in Motown entertains with the latest industry news), 1981 And Then Some (A roundup of recent car introductions that didn't make previous stories) Departments - Inside Motor, Editor's Report, 2 Cents Worth, Performance Corner, Reader Service Card, Product News
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Chevy Power
March
1982

Contents - Zig Zag Man (Smokin' Z1); Family Pride (55 Oldie-Goodie classic); Still Goin' Strong ('57 Oldie-Goodie); Masterful Wagon ('55 Oldie-Goodie); Bargain Beauty ('55 Oldie-Goodie Classic); Suzie's Super Chevy ('56 Oldie Classic); Painter's Pride ('55 Oldie-Goodie); Spic & Span Chevy (Classic '55 Oldie); Heck's Hill Climber (4-wheel El Camino hill stomper); Cooley's Convertible (Still another '55); Holy Toledo (Camaro Street Racer); Writer's Ride ('74 Street Racin' Camaro); Gary's Growling Camaro (Street Racer); Florida's Fabulous 55's (A pair of oldies); McGrew's Machine ('73 Wild Street Racin' Camaro); The Headly Bunch ('71 C/Gas Camaro); Chevy/Jag (The Ultimate Hybrid); Cool Cruisin' Coupe ('35 with a 327); E.T. Express (Golden Oldie Camaro); Camfather's Cam Timing Secrets For Street Smokers; Buckeye Express (Screamin' rat-powered Vette); Hot Rod Ignition Buyer's Guide (Do you REALLY need 'em?); Teacher's Pet (Hot '71 Vette); Fat Rat II (Chevy-Powered Roman Chariot); Second Wind ('58 Street Chevy); Keeping Your Valves From Kissing Your Pistons (or lose your shorts); Do It Yourself (Chevelle SS street racer)
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Car Collector And Car Classics
September
1982

Features - The Merle Norman Concours D'Elegance (A different kind of horspower at Churchill Downs); An Original '16 (Bob Volpey's Crane-Simplex Victoria-Phaeton); The Three Fourteen (Cadillac's interim classic); The Cars That Make Us One (Tom Murray reports on the cars as a catalyst); Collector Car Of The Month (1937 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 85 Formal Sedan); Magic In The Mountains (Hugh Mearns is a living Rolls-Royce Merlin); A Mighty Mercedes (The 300 SEL 6.3 - Most overlooked of the collector Benzes?) Columns - Editorial (Rarity and value: not necessarly compatible); Economics (Why companies fail - another view); Postwar Cars (How mucha you give me for a rope-shaft Tempest?); License Plates (License plates of Canada); Classic Cars (A Rolls by another name); Miniature Car Collector (Andy Martin's amazing miniatures) Departments - Letters To The Editor; Expansions; Old Cars In Law; Book Reviews; Classified Ads; Auction Calendar; Car Collector's Calendar; Wilber, The Car Collector
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Custom Rodder
December
1982

Contents - Dust In The Wind (Or, perhaps we should have titled this "Dust On The Wind" - since David Winners awesome '70 Duster runs off the power generated by a Don Hampton supercharger bolted to the warmed-over 340); The Roar Of The Hemi (There are plenty of four-letter words in the average street machiner's vocabulary; one of the most potent would have to be "Hemi" - quite possibly, the most powerful engine ever offered in a street-driven automobile. The Chrysler Proving Grounds played host for hundreds of loyal MoPar enthusiasts as they paid homage both to the memory of the Hemi and some of the most radical factory muscle ever built); More Literary License (We first introduced this department way back in March of this year, much to the delight of trivia buffs. So, while Contributing Editor Jim Hamm found himself with a bit of free time during the Hemi show in St. Louis (see preceding article) he strolled among the assorted MoPar machines on display, snapping off a photo or two at the various personalized license plates characterizing the cars); Shop Manual (Tech Editor Frank Oddo really has his hands full this month, explaining (among other things, the correct formula for determining compression ratio) swept volume plus clearance volume divided by clearance volume. Now, turn to page 12 to learn how to figure how to arrive at those volume statistics); The Tool Wagon (You wouldn't really expect a tool distributor to drive around in a non-descript little foreign econo-box, now would you? A supercharged small-block, understated graphics and blacked-out windows all serve to make this little Nova wagon an easily recognizable sight on the streets of Madison, Wisconsin); Mapping A Holley (If you're anticipating the addition of a blower on your street machine, you had better realize from the start that there's more involved to the induction system than simply bolting a pair of your favorite carburetors to the top of the casing...a lot more); Carburetion Guide (So, now that your at least marginally educated as to the required rebuilding of a carb for blower applications, which make and model do you choose? Here, then, is an illustrated guide to the various units presently available); Cooling The Blast Furnace (Another area not generally spoken of in the same breath as superchargers is adequate cooling...although it is of vital importance to a blown-powerplant. Stock cooling systems are by no means capable of disipating the heat of a huffer. Larger radiators, aftermarket fans and accessory coolers should all be incorporated into a proper blower system); Monte Cartoow (Chopped tops, shaved door handles and side chrome , louvers...these are some of the "standards" of customizing. Combine them with the ultimate in street performance - a blower - and what you end up with is nothing short of radical, indeed); Mini-Brute (That's "mini" as in mini-truck, and "brute" as in brute horsepower. In other words, a popular Datsun pickup with 289 cubic inches of "forced induction" Ford stuffed in the engine compartment); The Song Remains The Same (If a blower makes the ultimate statement in performance, what do you call Rick Dobbertin's blown and turbocharged '66 Nova? For starters, how about "the ultimate street machine"); Madison, '82 (Madison, Wisconsin has a reputation for being "home" to a great many radical street rides. They all come out in force for the second stop on the triumvertate Street Machine Nationals Inc tour); Street Fighter II (Since Joe Sampetisi, Jr's "Street Fighter" was a rat-powered "55 Nomad, you just know number two has to be something special - and it is! Take a look at this candy green '56 Chevy, replete with a balanced, blueprinted and blown 454 under the removeable front end...and nitrous to boot); Blower Guide (Ready for some deep breathing exercises? Before you start huffin' and puffin', take a look at the various supercharger kits, accessories and related equipment available. Roots-type blowers are market for darn near any type of vehicle/motor combination imaginable, and then some); Uprooting The Roots (The Roots-type system has been around for a long time...and hasn't changed much since its inception as an air pump for use in mining applications. Now Jerry Magnuson has created a variation of the unit, offering greater efficiency in an innovative under-the-hood huffer); Miller's High Life (Much of the on-sight R&R that went into the Magnuson Magnacharger was accomplished out at Orange Country International Raceway, affixed to Terry Miller's sharp Corvette, a Concours winner with or without the radical propulsion system); Graphite Graphics (One of the most popular monthly features this department showcases both the imagination and artistic talent of you, the readers. From the absurd to the sublime - and everything in between); Small Scale Customizing (Feeling "small?" Model car construction, once part and parcel to most every automotive show, is again on the rise. One peek at some of the work effected in 1/24th scale, and you'll understand why); Hot Blooded (According to Stoney Hinds, he effected most of the modifications to his '63 Corvette by reading the techniques in automotive publications! So you see, all those tech pieces really are included to accomplish more than just occupy space in the magazine); Efficiently Blown (Granted superchargers do indeed make lots of horsepower. What they aren't generally known for are their economical standards, after all, if you're gonna play, you're gonna pay...somewhere. Here's one Chevelle, however, that combines blower performance with mpg stats that would make a subcompact green with envy); Reader's Rules (Okay, so maybe that conglomeration of vintage tin of mid-Sixties muscle isn't detailed quite enough for a complete spread. Or perhaps, it's a heckuva ride as a plain stocker. Whatever the story behind it, chances are good it can easily wind up in Reader's Rides. Off course, we need a photo, first...)
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Classic Sixties
December
1983

Columns & Departments - Editorial, Rollin' Readers, News & New Stuff, Book Reviews, Calendar, Letters, Sixties In Scale, Great Ads, Competition Album, Quick Reference Guide, Classified Ads Features - Buffing How To, Building Blocks, Camaro 427, Ancestral Z - 1967 302, Shelby's Secret - Sunbeam Tiger, Super Studebakers, Chevy Oil Leak Fix, 1983 Index
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Collector Car Illustrated

1985

Contents - Continental Divine (Ford's personal car goes public); Bright And Shining Touring (A real show stopper); Editor's Choice (Editor's pick for the 10 best ever); Milestones (A look at some real beautys); Chalmers "Thirty" Torpedo Runabout (A great memory lives on); The One And Only (Cord 812); Classics (A collection of the great ones); European Elegance (Mercedes-Benz 500K in a class by itself); Vintage Racing (Reliving the glory days); Racing Into The Past (Monterey's historic automobile races); Harness Installation (Getting wired the easy way); Packard 12 (Elegance in motion); Small Fry (Miniature collectibles); Off In A Cloud Of Steam (1907 Stanley Steamer runabout in action); 10 Years Of Elegance (Annual Long Beach Grand Prix Concours D' Elegance); California Dreamin' (Concours in Santa Barbara); Antiques (A look at some real oldies); Best Of Show (The rule of thumb at Hill and Vaughn); 10 Best And Worst Collector Car Buys (A look at the marked of the Eighties); Mercedes On Parade (A review of the sportier models); The Last Of A Bygone Era (Stanley sales and service); Power Wrap-Up (Help for your vintage car's electrical system); Chocolate City Connection (Everything at Hershey); They're Just Getting Better (Old cars as an investment)
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VW Action
February
1985

Features - How To Buy A Used Bug (Take the time now to avoid spending money later); Reader's Showcase (Lin's 12-second '68); Silica Slinger (The one-week sand blaster); Rag Drag Ghia (A screaming East Coast KG); Inside Formula Vee (How to turn dreams into reality); Volkswagen's '85S (From mild to wild); Refreshing Restoration (Looking back 30 years); VWA Project Bug (Part One in rust bucket revival) Technical - How-To: Type 1 Valve Adjustment (Getting down and dirty); Brake Jobs For Bugs (Steps for stops) Competition - Las Vegas To Reno, The Hard Way (HDRA's Frontier 500); Score's Off-Road World Championships (This year's Riverside runs hot and cold); An End To A Championship String (The Mears Gang runs into hard luck); The Sunshine State Show-Off (Fun under an Orlando sun) Departments - Inside Action (A Sadd farewell?); Inter Action (VW bits and pieces); People In Action (Harris, Boyer and Kreisler); Readers Reaction (What's that you say?); Tech Action (Wrench reports); Fast Action (Smile, you're on Candid Camera!); Action Products (Buggy buyer's guide); Over Action (And over, and over, and...)
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Car Collector And Car Classics
March
1985

Features - The Willys 77 (The car that John North Willys built for Depression America); Reminiscences Of Imperial (Chrysler's magnificent answer to Cadillac); Mercedes-Benz 580K (The unknown successor to the fabulous 540 K); Facel Vega FVS (Sophisticated, classy and a pure thoroughbred); The 1937 Avusrennen (The fastest race in the world); Collector Car Of The Month (1941 Packard Super-8 One-Sixty convertible coupe); Solving The Garaging Problem (Solution #21: Keeping cars in a Canadian condo); A Map To The Gold Mine That Worked (Some wonderful car discoveries are still being made); Funwudi (The Beach Boys loved this 1946 Mercury Station Wagon); James Dean Memorial Run (The Magic City Street Rodders pay tribute to the legend); Parallels In History (Harry Truman and the Kaiser-Frazer cars) Columns - Editorial (Picking a future collector car); Postwar Cars (A flight in an Early Bird); Classic Cars (Packard's purloined parallelograms); Mascots (It ain't necessarily so); Impressions (Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing); License Plates (Early license plates in Ohio); Old Cars In Law ("Suicidemobile"); Miniature Car Collector (Ward Kimball's toy cars) Departments - Letters To The Editor; Car Collector's Calendar; Auction Calendar; Book Reviews; Classified Ads; Wilber, The Car Collector
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VW & Porsche
October
1985

Technical - VW GTI 5th Gear Overdrive Kit (How to improve Fuel Economy and Engine Longevity); What Every German Car owner Should Know (Shedding light on the black art of machine shop termonology); Porsche 928 Horsepower Secrets (Big Power Gains from precision Porsche); Understanding Camshaft Theory (How to avoid too much of a good thing) New Car Tests - 1985 1/2 VW Wolfsburg Editions (Mid-Year models of Cabriolet, Camper and Scirocco); Exclusive! 1986 Volkswagen Preview (The 16-valve engine is here); Audi Quattro Turbo (The last of the high-dollar snow toys) Racing - Motorsport (A technical look at the Skoal Bandit Off-Road Buggy); VW & Porsche Race Action Posters (Flyin' VW's at the Mint 400 Desert Race); VW & Porsche Race Action (Super Vee racers at Long Beach Grand Prix) Features - The Ultimate Kit Car (How to turn a VW Beetle into a Turbo Carrera); Road Racers (A Street Driven 935 plus a slope-nose 911SC kit); Double Image (A Hollywood make-up artist builds a Carrera GTS replica); VW & P Stereo Guide: Low-Down Sound (In search of booming bass for your car stereo); Shop Truck (The first VW Sedan delivery?); Peer Pressure (A Flamed Beetle built on advice of friends) Departments -Tech Letters; Parts Counter; VW & P Library; Editorial; Performance Plus; News From Europe; Esoterica
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Rodders World
February
1986

Features -Fat And Fast (Take 6000 pounds of old Ford, mix in 2000 hhp then stand back); Road Show (Hauling the Haulers); Roadster Show (Two men, two views and two dynamite '32s); The SAC Connection (Building the '35 to '40s has never been easier); Gene Winfield's Customs (Post-war Fords under glass) Rods And Customs - 1941 Plymouth Coupe (Low-dollar doesn't mean low-class); 1950 Mercury Sedan (Happy days revisited); 1932 Ford Sedan Delivery (Barry Lobeck does it again); 1934 Ford Victoria (Pure comfort) Hands-On How-To - Installing A Hi-Po Cam (Attention to detail); Manifold Swapping (Doing it right means doing it once) Columns And Departments - Editorial (A new road to the rod shop?); Technotes (The long and short of it); Letters (Reader's revenge); New To You (Read all about it); Rodmart (Goodies just a phone call away); Designer's Forum (Building backyard exotics); Your Rodder's World (High-performance and good looks); David Bell (Calvin gets fat)
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Chevy Classics - Car Craft

1987

Showcase - Red Storm Rising (Look - there on the horizon - a hurricane on wheels); Glory Days (One man's mechanical tribute to an era long gone); Breaking The Rules (The only thing this '56 is guilty of is perfection); Concealed Weapon (Watch out! This '50 Chevy truck is armed and dangerous); Sudden Impact (You can't miss this hard-hitting semi-pro street '55 sedan); Magnificent Obsession (The world's winningest off-road '55 sedan); Armed Forces (Loren and Clara Cawaling's answer to street supremacy); Great Expectations (Good things do come to those who wait); Seize The Wind (Caution! Contents under pressure); An American Tale (This right-on red '57 is a breath of Bel Air); Classical Flash (Like a true nomad, this Chevy wagon was built to wander); All The Right Moves (A hard-hitting, ground-pounding Camaro for the streets); A Passion For Power (What it's like living a high-torque lifestyle); Mass Appeal (The popularity of this '68 Camaro is overwhelming); Super Nova (Denny Dunton's intergalactic Chevy II); Chicago Transit Authority (This big-block '70 Chevelle is a rolling textbook of detailing); Sorcerer's Apprentice (Conjuring up street magic in a Chevy II) Features - Private Collection (An assemblage of low-buck how-to tips and techniques); Deadly Force (A revealing look at Chevy's fearsome LS-6 Chevelle); In The Eyes Of The Beholder (A buyer's guide to reproduction parts and pieces to help rein-car-nate your '55-'57 Chevy); Power Hitter (Baseball, apple pie and a big-block in Chevrolet); Closing The Gap (Avoid the draft with new weather stripping); Heavy Metal Mogul (Cornering the market on showbox Chevys) Technical - Body Heat (A sexy, sizzling, sensuous guide to painting flames); Let Us Spray (Indoctrination to the aromatic hydrocarbon sainthood); Quadrajet Quagmire (Rock-solid tuning tips, tricks and techniques for Q-jets); Brake Dancing (Improve your Camaro's stopping power for a song and a dance); A Bow-Tie Affair (Chevy performance parts guide); Beauty Building (Rejuvenating your classic Chevy's engine compartment is easy once you know how); Maxi-Mouse (Building the ultimate small-block for the street) Departments - Editorial; Speed Shop; Required Reading
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Automobile
September
1989

The Best Car In The World (We flog your candidates coast to coast to find the Winner), The Lincoln Highway (Rediscovering America's first transcontinental highway), Acura NS-X (The prototype that may change how we think of prestigious sports cars), Getting It Right )What did we learn running nose to tail in a Porsche 911 and Carrera 42), Desert Porsche (Malcolm Smith tries Porsche's original four-wheeler, the Paris-Dakar 911 ringer), Against All Odds: Aston Martin At Le Mans 1959 (As unlikely as a victory can be), Aston Martin DBR1/300 (A thoroughly British success story), Back To Le Mans (Two old pros return for '89; Aston Martin and photographer Jesse Alexander), Rudolf Uhlenhaut Remembered (A brilliant engineer who could hold his own with the drivers), Infilniti Q45 (Here's to Infiniti, Nissan's answer to the luxury sedan), Lexus LS400 (Driving Toyota's flagship; A fast customer is a happy customer), Jay Leno (One of the country's top comedians, for whom cars are no laughing matter), Four Seasons Chrysler Conquest TSi (It came, we drove it, it conquered) Cogito Ergo Zoom - American Driver (Black label, black Ferrari), Inside Detroit (The Perot-Smith story retold), Grand Touring (Boiled blackbirds - or a Big Macaroni?), By Design (Chuck's bad ride), Basic Tech (Engine design: the world's most expensive computer game) Departments - Front Of The Book (4-series Bimmers for '91, new Mitsubishi Starion, Volvo 780 coupe), Letters (Rattletraps, bloodlines and bug eyes), Book Reviews (Details, details, details), Non Sequitur (CSX-2430, Tom Payne's competition 289 Cobra, lives again), Autoscope (Look, see, buy), Vile Gossip (Missed opportunities
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Musclecar Review
December
1989

Featured Muscle - The 1989 MoPar Nationals (The biggest all-MoPar get-together ever); Traction Action (A street tire drag test); Horsepower In The Heartland (Musclecar Nationals in Cedar Falls, Iowa); Nose Job (Completing project musclecar's front end); Making It Shine (Buffing your new paint job); Musclecars USA (American muscle from sea to shining sea); The 1969 Hurst Super Stock AMX (The peak of American Motor's muscle); Memorable Monte (J.V. Reins' Monte Carlo SS recalls a rich racing legacy); Fighting Fairlane (Ford's middleweight heavyweight); Flying Fish (An exclusive look at Dan Gurney's 1970 Trans Am 'Cuda); Vinyl Top Installation (A do-it-yourself top kit); The Last Detail (Getting ready for project musclecar's first test drive); Lone Star Muscle (The Musclecar Nationals take to Texas in a big way) Departments - Car Talk; Post Exchange; Idle Chatter; Performance Clinic; Market Watch; Parts Departments; Events Calendar; Classifieds
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Bracket Racing U.S.A. (Cars Illustrated Special Edition)

1990

Features - Dr. Leadfoot (This 69-year-old surgeon spends his weekends at the drag strip); Brusa's Best (Ike Hamma); Cut A Better Light (How the art of staging affects whether you win or lose a bracket race); Brusa's Best (Pat Moore); The Test Of Time (Chuck Young and his 12-second Falcon have survived longer than most marriages); Back-Half Basics - Part 2 (What you should know about rod ends, shocks and wheelie bars); Clockwork Orange (Dave Edwards goes bracket racing in a jeep); 25 Fast Tips (Hard-core hop-ups for hard-core bracket racers); Adventures In Paradise (Happiness is a Caribbean Island with a drag strip); ET Bracket Game (Brusa's new board game is almost like being there); Team Markwart (This husband-and-wife duo races two different cars with the same results); Brusa's Best (Mark Cmar); Converted (Writer/racer Dale Wilson sees the light...and it's green); Bad Tripps (This 200-mph fast bracket duo gives its competition the Willys); Trackside Tuning (How to make the most of prevailing weather conditions); Rodent Rapidus (This is one Oldsmobile ET racer that gets its power from Chevrolet); Wheels Of Fire - Part 2 (Brusa's guide to lightweight wheels and tires for racing) Departments - Starting Line; Quarter Notes; Brusa News; Speed Parts
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All Chevy
February
1990

Features - Chevy Lifestyle; Where It's At (Yuma Classic Chevy Show); Suspension Buyer's Guide (The best Manufacturers show us what they've got); Tire Test (Bridgestone Potenza RE71); Keepin' On Track (Our evaluation of the GEO Tracker LSi) Tech - Street Sweepers (Street-legal performance for TPI Camaros); Bowtie Basics (Intake mainfold installation); Climate Control (Installing an Airtique System in your chassis); Hydraulic Suspension (The basics on how they work); Instant Horsepower (Performance for V-6 S-10s and Blazers) Portfolio - The Class Of '57; Brady's Nova; Awesome '55; Classical Gasser; The Incomparable; Green Without Envy; Mike Mine A Lite; Above It All; A Comfy Creature Departments - From The Heartbeat; News Briefs; Chevy Forum; Camaro Comments; Facts And Figures; Twisting And Turning; Chevy Shop; Down To The Basics; Coast To Coast
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Chevrolet High Performance
February
1990

25th Big-Block Birthday Bash - 25th Anniversary Big-Block (How to build your own 541 cubic-inch special edition powerhouse), Big-Block I.D. Guide (Complete specs and identification for all rat motors), Big-Block Buyers Guide (Hot parts to make your rat motor run faster and stronger), Chevy's Fastest Big-Block Cars (13 of the quickest factory production models) Features - Ultra-Trick Camaro (Mark Mahood put together all of the elements to create the ultimate '67 Pro Streeter), Driving Chevy's 454 SS Pickup (This limited edition truck has plenty of 1990 muscle), A+ Chevelle (Jack Leesley bought this low-mileage '71 SS454 teacher's pet), A '56 For All Seasons (Dan and Sharon Botos' 150 sedan changes with the times and keeps on getting better), Perfect S-10 (Without question, Tommy Johnson's '83 Pro Street Blazer rates a 10), One Foust Chevy (Gordy Foust's Ausley-sponsored '66 Chevelle cracks the 200mph barrier) Event Coverage - Canadian Camar o Nationals (The Ontario chapter of the International Camaro Club hosted it's first annual meet), Chevy All Star Weekend (Midwestern Bow Tie fans gathered for high-powered fun in Kansas), Goodguys Pacific Northwest Nationals (Modified Chevys of all ages were out in force at this Washington event) Technical - Bolt On More Bite (Everything you need to know to properly install bolt-on traction bars), A Coat Of Protection (An inside look at a new dry film lubricant process) Special Section - Chevy Thunder: The Heartbeat Of America (H.O. 350 installation: new small-block head, Indy v8's second championship and much more) Departments - Editorial, Rantin' & Ravin', Chevy Showplace, Garage Sale, Calendar, Chevy Shop
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Musclecar Classics
April
1990

Showcase - Red Alert (A doctor's '70 Hemi runs at a fevered pitch); Pick Up The Pace (The Hurst/Olds paced the Indy 500 in 1972); Make Mine Rare (This '67 GTO packs 400 cubes of pure Poncho power); Vision Quest (A dream Camaro that was a two-year pursuit); MoPar Missile (This lethal Commando creates a performance explosion); Green Hornet (A Z/28 that packs a potent sting); Plenty Potent Protection (Ain't nothin' meaner than these three Hemi-powered prowlers); Impossible Dream (A sharp '65 Mustang GT that started out as a nightmare); Cyclone! (A rare '69 Merc takes the street by storm); Born To Race (This former 'Cuda race car takes to the streets); Final Judgement (A streetwise '70 GTO gets a "thumbs up"); Quick Silver (An open-air Chevelle with plenty of get-up-and-go) Features - Ronnie Sox: The Man Behind The Legend (More than 30 years later, he's still faster than the slushbox); Free Muscle (You could be the owner of a restored MoPar - absolutely free!); Hot MoPar Parts Catalog (Everything you've always wanted for your MoPar and more); Six Pack To Go (Refill your Six Pack with parts from MoPar Performance); Finance Your Dreams (The complete guide to musclecar financing); Best Bets (Mercury's entry into the musclecar contest is a winner); Performance Puzzler (Test your trivia - you might win a free subscription to MCC); History Of The Musclecar (Chevy's 'glass ground-pounders: 1963-'67) Technical - Camming The Big-Block (Dyno-camming musclecar street cams); Hemi Hop-Up (Rebuilding Chrysler's awesome 426); Out In Front? (How to rebuild a MoPar front suspension) Departments - Viewpoint; Write On; Muscle Mart; Tech Talk
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Drag Racing
May
1990

Hot Winternats Report - Off On The Heavy Foot (Surprise winners abound at the 30th Big Go West); For Better...Or For Worse (Air versus electric timers); Winternationals Centerspread (Rich Manno in a flying Pro Stocker); Screwed Up (Update on the PSI supercharger); Made In The Shade (Better passes with new glasses) Features - Knockout! (Dom Balducci's colorful Super Coupe roadster); Lethal Weapon (A radical '23 T Top Sportsman machine); There's No Stopping Him Now (The unsinkable Joe Amato); 'Prix Occupied (A Grand Prix in Top Sportsman); Dirty Dozen (It's our Great Plates contest winners); Tales Of The Golden Goat (A family and their Pontiac pet); A Quick Ride For Fun (One (pretty) Quick Rod Dragster); Hot Times In Houston Town (New winners, new national records) Tech - The Power Of Vibration (Who needs harmonic dampers?); Orchestrating Hook (What you need to know to be better on the go) Departments - Starting Lines (Covering all the bases); Quarter Mail (Writings from our readers); Drag News (Hear ye...Hear ye...Oh hear ye!); Race Dates (When and where so you can be there); Printed Matter (Catalogs for drag racing consumers); Speed Shop (Info on the latest tech stuff); Photo Finish (Jim Adolph's warm Winternationals debut)
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Musclecar Classics
June
1990

Resto Special - Magnum Force (Our giveaway Challenger's 383 engine lives again); Humbler (Restoring Pontiac's '70 droptop supercar); Documenting The ZL-1 Camaro (Tracking down the alloy rat motor Chevy); Fit And Trim (Get your Camaro trim tag knowledge into shape) Showcase - Midas Touch (This Yenko prototype is as good as gold); Predator (This 383 'Cuda ragtop eats up the competition); Orange Crush (There's nothing like having a Boss 429 for a first love); Plum Crazy (One owner who's nuts about driving this Hemi convertible); Yellow Fever (Buick's CSX supercar will raise anyone's temperature); Blue Thunder (A low-flying '66 Shelby); Motivator (The rare cross ram gives this gennie Z get-up-and-go power); Track Star (Chrysler's Race Hemi tore up the track at NASCAR and NHRA); Bird Of Prey (This '70 1/2 drag-pack Falcon devours all rivals); Spruced Deuce (A slick '65 Nova SS, dressed to thrill); Olds-Fashioned Performer (A like-new '70 Rallye 350 that's on the move) Features - Hot Muscle Parts Catalog Section (Parts galore for your musclecar); How Hot The Hemi (Dodge put a street Hemi in it's Coronet for a fast sedan); Under The Gavel (Classic iron muscles in at the Barret-Jackson auction); Performance Puzzler (Camaro fans - step right up and test your trivia); History Of The Musclecar (Pontiac's GTO: 1964-'71) Technical - Hard Charger (All New: In-depth specs on Chrysler's Hemi B-body); Small-Block Chevy I.D. Guide (Facts on America's favorite engine) Departments - Viewpoint; Write On; Muscle Mart; Tech Talk
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Hot Rod's Mustang & Fords
May
1991

Engine Building Blocks - Building Blocks (Engine tech topics from resto to radical), Heavenly Boss 429 (Details on detailing the famous semi-hemi), Windsor From Hell (A street-savvy 416-cubic-inch small-block), Living With Unleaded (Modern cylinder head mods for musclecar-era Ford V-8s) Resto Special - 25 Hot Tips (No-harm mods you can make to your Mustang), Ford Resto Parts Buyer's Guide (The latest goodies for your Ford restoration project), Junkyard Gol (How to restore salvage yard parts and save money, too) Tech - Mass Air For The Masses (The first mod to make on your pre-88 fuel-injected 5-liter), Gimme Five! (Total boltin T-5 overdrive swap for your 65-'70 Mustang) Features - From The Heart (Cover Car: Ron and Cindy Skinner's '66 Shelby GT350), Winning Is Everything (A final look at Mustang & Fords '65 GT coupe), Grand Affair (Event Coverage: The Mustang Club of America's Albuquerque Grand National), Fird Retrospect: The Small-Block Cobra (A dream, a Ford small-block and an AC Ace equals legend), 'Stangs & Shamu (Event Coverage: Mustangs at the Sea World show), 7 Liters Of Lightning (The '68 Cougar GT-E: the fast lap of luxury), Watch Out (Wayne Warehime's potent '69 Stang with the Pro Street sting), Wind Sprint (Neal Polen's resto Falcon ragtop with a V-8 heart) Departments - Editorial (Patience vs the water pump), Mailbox (Readers sound off), Ford News (Late-breaking information), On The Market (Barrett-Jackson results), Reader's Roundup (Your Mustangs & Fords), Parts Counter (New Ford parts and products), Performance Hotline (Tech questions answered), Brighter Idea (Cylinder head info), Calendar (Events in your area), Code Cracking (VIN codes deciphered)
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Circle Track
December
1991

Cover Story - Dale Earnhardt: The New King? (Petty is being supplanted by Earnhardt as the new King); Unlikely Heroes (August's Winston Cup victors were surprising) Features - Barnstorming America (Dirt racing in Iowa goes six days a week!); Predicting The Champion (We guess the WC victor); Power Man (Earl Gaerte rose to be among the best engine builders); Instant Replay! (Want a classic race car? Make a new one); Christmas Buyer's Guide (Gift ideas for the racer in your life) Tech - Two-Barrel Trick-Up (What you need to know to make your Holley 4412 the best it can be); Why Titanium? (These exotic valves may or may not be right for you); Mail-Order Racer: Part III (In this third installment, the IMCA car is near completion); Ignition Timing Basics (Getting it wrong could spell trouble!); Race Shop Series (Make $10 shop lights); Racer's Workshop (Will Handzel discusses magneto systems used in circle track racing); Smokey's Track Tech (Smokey helps readers with friction, cylinder pressure, radical cams and more) Departments - My View; Letters; Stock Report; Yesterday & Today; Racin' Around; Speedware; Ad Index; Track Trade; Race Dates
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Fabulous Mustangs and Exotic Fords
May
1992

Features - The Legend Of DeTomaso (The Pantera family tree), North By Northwest (Northwest Mustang Show), Eddie Lives! (The "Fast Eddie" Schartman story), Skin Game (Applying new skins to old seats), GT500KR Spotter's Guide (Detail hunting: big-block Shelby) Technical - SVO GT-40 Dyno Thrash (We flag 'em piece by piece), Attitude Adjustment (Fixing front ends on '65-'70 Mustangs), Handling 101 (Basics os suspension tuning), R-Model History (How they happened to happen) Cars - Gold Fever (Nuggets are still to be found in Arizona), Cool Coupe (Where Pro Street means nice driver), The Old Man And The 'Stang (Hemingway it's not), Pure Fabrication (World's finest fake? Maybe), Ebony Eyes (The GT500KR everybody wants to own) Departments - Readers' Letters, At The Wheel, Parts Shelf, Looking For Trouble, Ad Index
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Custom & Classic Trucks
June
1994

Features - Virtual Reality (Extended cabs Detroit never built), Bucking The Trend (This '55 F-100 is a little different), '55-'59 Chevy Retrospective (The beginning of the sport truck revolution), Black Is Black (You've got to be brave to paint a '56 Ford black), Benchmark Cameo (They weren't even this nice when they were new), 15+ Tips And Tricks (Collect ideas for your own truck), Rock Solid (The Run to the Rock is a great place for trucks), Awesome Aussie (Driving on the left side is harder than you think), El Fasto (This is one El Camino that hauls), 50 Hot Parts (Motivational accessories for your pickup), Super Chevy Showdowns (A great place to find Chevy trucks) Tech - Project GMC (Lowering a '67-'72 without messing up the ride), How-To Special Section (Extended Cab how-to), F-100 Steering-Box rebuild), Front & Rear Roll Pan Installation), Bed Building for '50s, '60s and '70s trucks), Billet-Grille Swap), '67-'72 Seat Repop), Low-Buck Borlas (Get the bragging rights without going broke), Swapping Rears (Some basics for using a Ford 9-inch) Departments - BC's Garage, Feedback, Classic News, Readers' Trucks, Readers' Tips, Calendar
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Stock Car Racing
July
1994

Features - Tony Walls Follow-Up (A few months ago, he didn't know if he could race again or if he would want to. Things have changed); Getting To The Top (What it takes to win in Winston Cup); Ron Jones (He insists he doesn't do anything out of the ordinary, but we don't buy it. Nobody wins half their starts by accident); Finding A Sponsor (You need to think like a winner to get a sponsor. And once you've got a sponsor, you can actually be a winner. And then you'll get more sponsors); Sam Bass (Making it in racing as an artist, Sam Bass designs race cars, paints posters and produces program covers); A Night On The Road (The view changes drastically from the grandstand to the control tower to the driver's seat. But no matter where they sit, everyone at Thunder Road agrees. The place is special); Junie Donlavey (Although he's won just a single Winston Cup race, he's won everyone's respect); Racing Binoculars (Helping you look); Tim Steele (The up-and-down career of the 1993 ARCA champion) Technical - The Brawl Over Beadlocks (Some say beadlocks make racing safer, reduce maintenance costs and speed up the show. Others say they're just another add-on that the sport can do without); Rear Main Seals (How to prevent those clutch-damaging leaks); Front Brake Bias (Fight a push with a pull) Department - Backfire; Dick Berggren; Benny Phillips; Bones Bourcier; Ray Evernham; Steve Hmiel; 200 MPH Pit Stop; Readers' Racers; Book Review; Results; Page From The Past; New Products; Racing On TV; Last Lap
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Circle Track & Racing Technology
January
1995

Racing Technology - Trick Winston Cup Parts (Glen Grissom visits CV Products to get the latest on trick parts building you can use), Carl Wegner: Bootstrapping Engine Builder (Smokey visits one of racing's most notable engine builders), Learn To Race And Win - Racing Smart (Don Alexander explains "How To Race Smart" by setting your driving priorities), Quick Tech - A Dyno For H2O (Weiand has built a water pump dyno to test flow characteristics), Saturday Night Buildup (Bob Carpenter continues his quest for success. He's getting closer), Quick Tech - Safety Quest (Here's a new way to make racing safer and more comfortable), Build An IMCA Winner In Your Garage - Part 1 (Harris makes a winning IMCA Modified chassis. We're going to show you how to build one), Quick Tech - Outlaw Brakes (Reb-Co launches a new line of racing brakes made from aluminum billet), Quick Tech - Twin Turbo Scanner (Whether you race or watch, a scanner can add to the excitement), Quick Tech - Adamstand (If you have a Swiss Army Knife, you'll love this trick work station), Smokey's Track Tech (Smokey gets into magnets, cows, road racing and mistakes) Features - Winston Cup Analysis - Watkins Glen, Michigan, Bristol, Darlington (Earnhrdt is on the way to a record tying seventh championship while others are trading paint and places trying to catch up), Winston Cup Personality - Michael Waltrip (Darrell's big "little" brother is making a name for himself), The American Speed Association (ASA is a great training ground for top-level drivers and a great show for fans), Woman Racers - Can They Win? (Women are beginning to earn respect as drivers. They have earned it the hard way) Departments - Turn Five, Letters, Racin' Around, Stock Report, New Products, CT Review, Readers' Tech Tips, Track Trade, Ad Index
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Corvette Quarterly
Spring
1995

Features - West Meets East (An all-American, wide-open runner meets the crooked, narrow roads of Japan for the ultimate cross-cultural driving experience); Tech 1A: The Diagnostic Defense (This handy device makes servicing your Corvette faster and less-costly than ever); Shifting Winds (Corvette is the official car as America defends the America's Cup with an all-woman crew); Backtrack 1956-1957 (The second in a series, we explore how the Corvette was transformed from showcar to sports car); Going Mobile (A buyer's guide on how easily cellular telephones can fit into the life of a Corvette owner) Departments - Corner One; Fast Takes; Questions & Answers; Letters To The Editor; Garage Shelf; Corvette Collection; Technicalities; Corvette Classics; I Drive A Corvette; RaceLine; Road & Show
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Street & Custom Rodding Illustrated
Winter
1998

Table of Contents - Pictorial (Our colorful depiction of rodding's finest underpinnings begins), Introduction (Frank Oddo gives us some history and theory behind street and custom rod chassis), Split Boxes (A classical way to create radius rods by modifying the stock wishbone), Spindles (Modifying early Ford spindles for use with a dropped axle), Easy Discs (Installing Magnum's modern disc brake kit under a '47 Ford delivery), Lincoln Rear (How to modify a factory disc-brake rearend for street rod use), Pictorial (Sixteen pages of the chassis builder's art), IFS Easability (Putting an RB's Obsolete Mustang II under a '54 Chevy), Lowering Shoeboxes (Dropped spindle uprights bring the nose of a '50 Ford closer to earth), Steering Upgrades (Converting a '46 Ford over to a GM power box), Chassis Jigs (The right tool allows hobbyist and professional alike to build a superior product), Hairpins (A traditional look in radius rods), Parallel Leaf Springs (Converting a '40 Ford buggy-spring chassis into a modern street rod foundation), TCI Econo Chassis (A high-quality, low-cost chassis for the traditional Model A street rod), Air Suspension (Making a '49 Chevy ride on air, and have adjustable height, too), Hydraulics (Lifting (and lowering) a '64 Riviera via a modern juice job), Chassis Product Directory (The parts necessary to build a sound foundation for your dream rod), Pictorial (Yet more fabulous color shots of the best ever street rod chassis)
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Street And Custom Rodding Illustrated
Fall
2002

Car Features - X-Tatic! (Rempfer's Steel Three-Window '37); N.O.S. Phaeton (Stockton's Model A tub); When Life Gives You Cherries, Make...Cherry Pie (Siler's '62 Chevrolet Impala); Save A "Humpback" (Bruinswick's '37 Ford "Humpback" Tudor); Hard Sell (Twente's '61 Pontiac Catalina); When It Rains, It Pours (Malzo's '32 Ford Coupe); Born To Be Mild (Crain's '51 Ford Convertible); The Heir Apparent (McGee's '39 Chevy Sedan); What Goes Around, Comes Around (Wendell's '36 Chevy); Uncontrollable Urge (Malay's Gut Feeling Paid Off) Tech - Brake Lights That Won't Stop (Installing a StreetWorks Relay); All Wrapped Up (Wiring with a twist); Dagel's Super-A Highboy Frame (An A-V8 another way); Updated Or Outdated (Is your rod's electrical system up to the task?); What A Cad! (Late Cadillac grunt finds early Cadillac grace); Chevy Salvation (A bitchin' way to get rid of rust); A Platform Worth Building On (Your ride probably needs a good crossmember); Big, Black And Bound To Stop (Specialty Automotive Engineering's big burly brakes for early Cads); No Ho-Hum Drums (GMT's new aluminum hubs make Buick drums on Ford spindles a snap); Fill It Up (Installing a recessed gas door) Departments - Showcase; For Starters; Window Shopper
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High Performance Pontiac
May
2003

Flashy Features - Big-Bore '64 (Sam Campanella chose cubic inches over carbs for his torqued-ouot GTO equipped with SD Parts); Exililng Contempt (Look closer. Can't see anything unusual about this Liberty Blue '69 Judge? Good. Just the way the owner wanted it) Special Stuff - First Look: 2004 Grand Prix (The word is evolution: not revolution); Pontiac Pavement Pounders Shootout (Mountain State Mayhem, Part III; Cookin' Class Racers. Five hard-launching hot rods prove that Ponchos bracket race with the best of 'em); Dept. X: 1973-79 Banshee (Pontiac's one-off dream machine offered several clues about the look of future Firebirds); How To Buy A 1982-92 High-Performance Firebird (Part V: Decoding VINS and essential RPO codes) Showing Off - 2002 Ames Performance Pontiac Nationals (Norwalk Raceway Park hosts the year's largest Pontiac event) Tech To Talk About - The Best Of SEMA Tech Guide (Part 1: This year's new Poncho parts, coming to a store near you); Shifting Six With Confidence (Bulletproof your T-56 box for racing); Got Boost? (Making big power with a 3800 Series II, Part II: Tear it down and build it up); Engine Machining 101 (Part III: The rotating assembly) Departments - Full Throttle; Poncho Post; Tech Q & A: Vintage Pontiac Performance And Restoration; Tech Q & A: Late Model Pontiac Performance 1982-Present; Tribal News; Product Review; Bulletin Board; My Pontiac And Me
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Street Rodder presents StreetRods
Annual
2003

Tech - Wiring A Street Rod; Setting Up An Independent Front Suspension; Setting Up A Solid Axle Rearend; Mounting The Body; Final Details Feature Rods - Number 1; Chuck And Diane Rowe's 1933 Ford Coupe; Van Tyler's 1933 Ford Roadster; Frank Sloup's 1934 Ford Roadster; Ken Rollin's 1934 Ford Truck; Bill Mitchell's 1934 Ford Tudor; Bobby Alloway's 1933 Ford Coupe; 2003 PPG / Street Rodder Road Tour '33 Ford Roadster; Aaron Reed's 1934 Ford Coupe; George Lange's 1933 Ford Coupe; Tom Doll's 1934 Ford Coupe; Jim Hodge's 1933 Ford Roadster; Johnny And Linda Freund's 1933 Ford Woodie; John Kokoska's 1933 Ford Coupe; Wyatt Fuller's 1933 Speedster; Rick Dore's 1933 Ford Coupe; Dick Martin's 1933 Ford Coupe; Walt Lewis' 1933 Ford Coupe; Jim Fynes' 1933 Ford Coupe; Ronald Jackson's 1934 Ford Coupe; Ken Iriart's 1934 Ford Pickup; Nathan Powell's 1933 Ford Coupe; Butch And Tansi Thress' 1933 Ford Coupe; Charles Knopf's 1933 Ford Roadster Departments - For Starters; Window Shopper; 2003 PPG / Street Rodder Road Tour Sponsors; On The Web
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Super Rod
June
2005

Features - Nevermad (A '58 Impala Nomad that was never made); Cool Conestoga (A story of love at first sight); Cool Cruising Wagon (Aur Ride made a stunner and a handler out of a '62 Buick Invicta); Bright Idea (Keith Bright kept track of the '58 Buick Wagon until the owner was ready to sell); Simple But Perfectly Suited (A '55 Nomad you can drive anywhere, anytime); Defibrillator (If it looks like a heart attack waiting to happen, it's supposed to); Wilber's Wagon (Not all Nomads have two doors); Think Big (Creativity as large as your imagination, and possibly a landing deck); Beige Beauty (Subtle yet stylish is what this Chevelle wagon is all about); A True Maverick (A chopped Fordor makes for an unorthodox super rod - an odd rod, in fact) Tech - Hot Rod Basics (Spring has sprung: a look at springs, shackles and bushings); The Usual Suspects (58hp mod motor bolt-ons); Painless Stainless (Taking the pain out of stainless steel restoration) Comments / Events - Super Editorial; Super News (All the news that's fit to print...and then some); Product Profile (Advertiser index and much more); Detroit Autorama (Celebrating the best of the best)
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Rod & Kulture
#5
2005

Featured Rides - Bell Byrd Special; Central Valley Creampuff; Jon Lee's Chief; Red Wrench Spl.; Hotrod Girl Roadster; Gu Hun Coupe; Mark Cornforth's '28; Juniors '29 "Mr. Yuck"; Counselor's Coupe Featured Events - Cow Palace; Hotrod Hoe Down; Wheels Of Time; 2006 Will Be A Drag; Rumbler's 2005; Hunnert Car Pile-Up; Jalopy Jump-N-Jive Featured Articles - Jalopy John Departments - Shag'n At Random; Concept & Styling Ideas; Your' 2 Cents; Driven; Music Reviews; Artist Feature; Tech Tips; Cool Products
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Super Rod
October
2005

Features - Black and Blue And Fast All Over (Curt Klopping's way-cool resto-mod '72 Camaro), Bird Of Prey (A Falcon that does away with the car's inner parakeet), Fast Lumber (A pair of street and strip '51 Ford woodies that look good together with one hauling the other or on the street hauling timber), Malibu Makeover (Just like its namesake, the car was not all it seemed - but this is one California car that was brought back to life), Bad To The Bone (This '57 Ford Ranchero lights it up with a Dick Landy built Hemi), 50-Year-Old Tuck 'N' Roll (This '55 Chevrolet 210 post is one of the oldest members of the Caviness family) Tech - The Details Of Car Care (A complete guide to washing and detailing), The Dirty Dozen (Sorting fact from fiction: 12 common car-care myths), All-Time Hemi (You don't necessarily think of a Super Stocker with 900-plus horsepower, but if you turn engine building into a labor of love, this is the result), War Of The Worlds (World Products, known for its tough Merlin Chevy blocks, attacks the Ford Windsor motors with a new, stout Ford small block), Procharger (Thriving under the pressure of competition), 50 Paint And Body Tips (The things no one else tells you about) Comments/Events - Super Editorial, Super News (All the news that's fit to print...and then some), Product Profile (Advertiser indes and much more), West Coast Kustom Cruisin' Nats (Kustoms in the park of Paso Robles)
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Custom Rodder
November
2005

Custom Rods - Orange Crush (Stan Parker puts a sweet new spin on a mild '58 Chevy); Cardinal Custom (The Heintzelman family's '56 T-Bird gets a makeover); One Fine Five-Nine (David Barnes' '59 Pontiac looks milder than it is); Sunset Sedanette (Dana Pierce's chopped 'n' hardtopped '50 Buick); Northern Wood (Tom Wahl's ultra-clean '51 Ford Woodie) Tech - Ford Floor Fix (Repairing rot in a '57 Ranchero); Re-Suspended Shoebox (Updating the underpinnings of '49-'53 Fords); Beat The Heat (Putting HTP's Heat Sponge to the test); Round And Round (Putting some curve into square door corners) Events - Cruisin' Paso (Another cool year with the West Coast Kustoms) Special - Metal Shop (Going back to class with Professor Hammer) Departments - Ramble On; Rodder Mail; Window Shopper; Across 49th Street; Stylines; Later Iron; Tech Topics; Nate Moddle; Hall Of Fame; On The Web
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Super Rod
March
2007

Features - The Corvette (America's muscle car and hot rod icon); Super Car Evolution (This '59 is built to look and drive like a modern super rod); Phantom Fleetline (A 1949 Utility Sedan that never was); Burgundy Bullet (A wild Pro Street Camaro); "Hunka Junk" Skylark (A New Mexico artist creates a masterpiece from as rusted heap) Comments / Events - Super Editorials; Super News (All the news that's fit to print...and then some); Product Profile (Advertiser index and much more); ISCA Autorama, Houston (The kickoff to the new ISCA season) Tech - Anatomy Of A Super Car (The buildup of our '59 'Vette cover car); Super Car Engine & EFI (A closer look at the engine in our '59 'Vette cover car); EFI Street Stroker (Building a 408-inch EFI Ford); New Legs For Your Mustang (Installing a Heidt's IFS on '64 1/2 to '66 Mustang); Grabbing Pavement (Upgrading a Buick GS and cutting the dreaded wheelhop); Buckaroo Buildoff Mach I Accessories (Lokar pedals and an inside hood release); Buckaroo Buildoff Mach I Steering (Flaming River install); E-Body Mopar Airbar (A rear suspension kit for better handling and improved hookup)
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Rod & Kulture
Summer
2008

Featured Rides - Time Bomb; Round One; Soldano's Model A; Zitto's Triuimph; Mike's '28 Sedan; Amocat Roadster; Tyrell's Roaster; Todd Day's Jim Morris Drag Truck; Brown Bobber Featured Events - Dragfest; Billetproof Florida; Good Guys Del Mar; Sacramento Autorama; Good Guys Pleasanton; March Meet; Lone Star Round Up Featured Articles - Glass From The Past; Dragstrip Confidential Departments - Up Front; Concept & Styling; Your 2 Cents; Driven; Music Reviews; Artist Features; Tech Tips; Cool Products
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Car Kulture DeLuxe
September / October
2010

Features - Livin' On Tulsa Time (Starbird's 46th Annual Tulsa Rod & Custom Show was a blast); The Greaser Gasser (Robert "Bones" Balogh is a driver. That is the position which brings him the greatest joy); Tech: Hose Job Part 1 (What you need to know about A-N hose and fittings); Billetproof (The show was a combination of killer rods and kustoms, perfect weather and West Coast girls); Bulldog Bash (This is the 24th installment of this UK show. And the party keeps getting better); Los Boulevardos (The premier '60s style customs and early '70s lowrider car clubs); Groundhog Gala (This killer show is hosted by the Orlando Ramblers car club); UK's NASC 35th Street Rod Nationals (This is probably the largest event of its type in the UK); Vibrasonic Roadster (Elden Titus' vision of his show rod is back on track with the help of some friends); Kustom Kulture Down Under (John's Hot Rod Picnic is the first of the big shows to kick off the summer); Tech (Follow along as we show you how to patch up those pickup running boards); Larry Watson Tribute (Greg Sharp remembers the late Larry Watson, incomparable master of Kustom Paint) Car & Bike Features - Jak'd Up Kustom - 1934 Ford Truck; Vandolero - 1953 Chevy; Lorraine - Project Riviera Update; 1PHAT57 - 1957 Cadillac Coupe DeVille; Memories - 1954 Mercury; Norm Grabowski's Newest - 1929 Nash; Roadside Marty's Shovelhead; Fritz Schenck Takes On A Hell Air - 1957 Chevy Kustom; Drag Strip Blues - 1952 Chevy Styline Deluxe Bel Air; Back Burner Mopar - 1936 Plymouth Coupe; The Money Shot - 1930 Ford Model A Sedan; Engagement Galaxie - 1965 Ford Galaxie; Bogus Racing - 1964 Ford Econoline Art Features - Artist Profile - Britt Maddling; Jim Owens; Jeral Tidwell Deluxe Gals - Sophie; Kiti; Neva Departments - Deluxe Road - Editorial; Deluxe Letters; Fuel & Fire; Deluxe Stuff; Kay's Korner; Koolhouse Merchandise; The Boulevard Crawl
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Car Kulture DeLuxe
July / August
2016

Cover Story - The 1-Upper (1956 Chevy Gasser) Features - Burnout Houston (No other car show demonstrates small town attitude like the Burnout Houston); Huffarama (Citizens Bank Arena played host to the Huffarama Rockabilly Car Show on Thanksgiving weekend); Panel Painting (We take a behind the scenes look at the late, great Bo Huff's painting techniques); Remembering Bill Hines (Despite his small stature, he was truly a giant in the world of custom cars); Chopped Australia (The premise is pre-'65 rides and no billet, so there's always an interesting array of cars); Rumblers Coney Island Sideshow (With the waves hitting the beach just a stone's throw away, it was a perfect site for a show) Car & Bike Features - Texas Tudor - 1929 Ford Model A; La Pachanga - 1951 Chevy Fleetline; The Jewel - 1936 Ford 3-Window Coupe; Bill Hines' BAT, The Sequel - 1951 Ford Coupe; ModoloGold - 1960 Oldsmobile 98; The Dansbury Diamond - 1951 Mercury; Shuweet! - 1961 Chrysler Newport Art Feature - Steve McCool - Classic & Kustom Cool Deluxe Gals - Sadie Grace; Stay'e Departments - Deluxe Road - Editorial; Deluxe Letters; Fuel & Fire; Deluxe Stuff; Koolhouse Merchandise; The Boulevard Crawl
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