Hot Rod - 1972

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February
Features - Buyer's Guide: Carburetors (Compendium on Carter and Holley); Stage Left (Performance testing Buick's GS); Donovan 417 (At last, drag racing's very own engine); O.C.I.R. Mfr. Funny Car Champs (All the color - in color); Jumping V-8 Jeep (Mini-test of the new AM-engined CJ-5); Supernationals (John Fuch's views of a very special event); George Hurst Performance Team (World-wide enthusiast club is born); Buyer's Guide: Ignition (A survey of what's available); Instrumodules (Stewart-Warner's new idea in grouping guages) Technical - V8 Vega (Don Hardy's bolt-on kit for the street bunch); Racer By Request (Part 2 covers the engine build-up); The Dry Look (Pro Stockers discover the advantages of dry sumps); Up-Front V8 'Vair (Dick Scritchfield's Chevy-powered Corvair); Project Street Bug (John Dianna bolts on a turbocharger); Swingin' Early Iron (Independent front end setups); Rod Tips: Pedal Pushover (Early pedals for early iron); Quarter-Ton Sneak (Dennis Aiken's Chevy-powered Datsun pickup); Cut & Try Headers (Adjustable headers from simple kits); Hot Tips: Cross-Leaf Springs (How to make street rod lifts softer); Auto Shop Series (Jim McFarland analyzes the gas chamber) Cars - Johnson Rod (Art Johnson's immaculate Eastern roadster); Super Chief's Super Coupe (Dwaine Lindebaum's three-window '32); Unmuffled Mayhem (Ken Hedman's Maverick Pro Stocker) Racing Action - Gary Dyer (Mr. Norm's Super Challenger AA/FC) Motorcycles - Honda's Fabulous Hawk (A look at the next motorcycle LSR holder); The Three Little Bears (Comparison test of the 175s); Up On Two Wheels (The latest Rokon and other tidbits) Departments - Editorially Speaking; Canadian Support; Post Entry; Roundy-Round Corner; Strictly Street; Just For Hots; Strictly For Stocks; The SEMA Scene; What's Hot; Catalog News; Shop Talk; Hot Rod Mart
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June
Features - Jungle Jim Turns Pro (Jungle and Dutch Irrgang team up on a Vega); Chevy Parts Guide (Four-page guide to the hottest Chevy parts); Sleeper Six (Chevy's turbocharged six-cylinder Camaro); Team Racing, Non-Factory Style (Sam Gianino's four-car drag team); A.J. Foyt (Hot Rod visits Foyt at his Houston home); NASCAR (Analysis of the cars of Allison, Petty, Foyt and Penske); Motorsports Show (A look at one of the biggest auto shows); Loner's Van (First look at Tony Nancy's van); How To Paint Flames (Learn to do 'em yourself); The Bumpercar Nationals (The world's screwiest auto race); National Tractor Pull (Tractor competition in Louisville); Roadster Exhibition (The L.A. roadster show is bigger than ever) Technical - Investigating The Vega (Results of Speedwin's dyno testing); You-Build-'Em Cranks (Chevy's unfinished crankshafts); Installing Chevy Valve Seals (How to do it the right way); Early Chevy's Never Die (Screw-in rocker studs for early Chevy's); Driveway Troubleshooting (What to check when the car won't run); Independent Rear Suspension For Rods (A complete guide); Keeping Your Cool (How to install a coolant recovery system); Good Vibes For Your Wheels (Auto stereo installation made easy); Rod Tips: Steering (The VW contributes a steering box); Rod Tips: Brake Lines (How to bend, flare and install 'em); Project Street Rod (Part 1: Building the frame); Auto Shop Series (Jim McFarland on exhaust systems); Road Grabber (Weber's new clutch for street or strip); Portable Power (We test a power converter); Bolt On A Bite (Ansen's neww traction device) Cars - One Bad Coupe (John Holmes' '37 Chevy coupe); The Good Ship Chevrolet (Steve Broadus' '31 Chevy four-door); Trojan Horse (The Funny Car of Kevin Dohney and Larry Fullerton); Wheeler Dealer (The Top Fueler of Chastang, Wolf and Niemeyer); Flip Front Forty (Glen Krapff's '40 Ford coupe); Racing Action (The Cerny-Moody rail goes up in flames) Motorcycles - BSA Gold Star (The big thumper gets tested); Up On Two Wheels (Bob Greene reports on Daytona) Departments - Editorially Speaking; Strictly Street; Canada; Post Entry; The SEMA Scene; 25th Anniversary; Street Rod Nationals; Roundy-Round; Strictly For Stocks; Just For Hots; Catalog News; Shop Talk; What's Hot; Hot Rod Mart
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August
Features - The Beach And Old San Gabe (The "Golden Age" of drag racing); Indy 500 (Steve Kelly covers this year's classic); Antique Nationals (A short trip through the time tunnel); Corvette (Introduction to our Corvette section); 'Vettes That Never Were (A look at what might have been); 'Glass Grenade (Road testing the '72 LT1 Corvette); Ultimate Van (The super-trick Yamahauler giveaway van); Jumpin' Jimmy (Hot Rod's GMC pickup workhorse); Hang Ten Funny Car 500 (Going to the races at OCIR); Bakersfield Sand Drags (Something different in drag racing); Disguised Indian (Road testing the '72 Pontiac Le Mans) Technical - Torqueflite Tips (Hopping-up the MoPar automatic); Plastic Patching (Tips on Corvette body repairs); Suspending The 'Vette (Trick goodies straight from Chevy); 4-Speed Trans For Early 'Vettes (How to do it the right way); Custom Corvette Kits (Easy-to-use customizing kits); Drag Strip Weather Corrections (How the pros do it); Auto Shop Serties (John Dianna on engine rebuilding); Cleveland Confidential (An inside look at Ford's 351C engines); Rivet Rivet (Mini-guide to rivet fasteners); Van Vent (Roof vent installation made easy); Project Rod (Installing the power train); Rod Tips (Engine detailing per the Concours crowd) Cars - The Scorpion (Jerry Pennington's wild Corvette); Corvette Pictorial (The wildest street 'Vettes we could find); Racing Action (Carey Stanley's Jeep pulls a wheelie); Catch Me if You Can (Doug and Linda Gray's '33 Willys); Powell's Roadster Pickup (Eddie Powell's '23 Ford); Colson's Coupe (Harvey Colson's '40 Chevy) Motorcycles - The Big Horn (Bob Greene tests the Kawasaki 350); Up On Two Wheels (The latest in tires) Departments - Editorially Speaking; Strictly Street; Canada; Just For Hots; Strictly For Stocks; Roundy-Round; The SEMA Scene; Post Entry; Shop Talk; What's Hot; Catalog News; Hot Rod Mart
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