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Seems like forever ago that folks were fashioning motor mounts out of scrap steel—and that was the norm because, unlike today, folks didn’t have the so-called luxury of pre-made components at the ready.
What do you get when you cross a trailer full of parts that are alleged to be a 1955 Ford F-100, with a unique vision over 9 1/2 years of persistent effort?
One of the basic rules to customizing a classic truck is a modification doesn’t have to benefit the truck’s practical use if the modification will make the truck look cooler.
We’re getting closer to having Truck Norris, our project 1967 C10, running under its own power. The new parts are getting installed as they roll in, and the list of things left to do is gradually diminishing.
Last year I had the opportunity to visit Stephens Performance Mopar yard, in Alabama, for 5 hours. One would think that would be plenty of time to see everything.
Editor’s Note: In the first edition of our investigation into racing insurance we took a look at who pays the bills when someone gets hurt.
There’s a new acronym floating around the performance industry—GDI—and it stands for gasoline direct injection.
By all appearances the first ever World Short Track Championships at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, which was held this past weekend, was an incredible success.
While they aren’t the sexiest components you can get for your ride, tires make a big difference when it comes to overall performance.
Lee Sicilio’s Charger Daytona is a Bonneville staple. Each year since 2001, salt willing, Lee has taken one of his two Charger Daytona race cars to Speed Week.
When given a blank canvas to work with, most artists will try and fill it. The trick is to use only as much material as you might need to in order to get the idea across.
There are Mopar guys, and then there’s Steve Mirabelli. It’s nearly impossible to impart a sense of this man’s skill level without resorting to what some will perceive as hyperbole, but tough nails.
The term gentleman driver is not well known outside automobile racing circles, but it is, in fact, one of the oldest phrases associated with the hobby/sport.
Grant, via CarCraft.com: I recall an early 2000s program warning me of excessive piston speed in my 427 Ford FE, which has nearly the same stroke as a Chevy 396/427.
With so many different things going on at the 25th edition of the California Hot Rod Reunion it could be easy to forget the real reason so many people are at Famoso Raceway.
Editor’s Note: This third part in a series of sales tips from our GM John Viscardo dives right into the sponsorship conversation and includes tips from those who help their company determine if they should be involved with your race team. We hope all of these tips help you in the search for sponsorship. Happy hunting!
Jim and Mike Ring have kept their lips tight about Madam V, the newest build from the Wisconsin-based Ringbrothers!
As most of you know, the CC/Malibu is up and running. It runs well, too; I’ve been driving it every day.
The California Hot Rod Reunion is in its 25th year, and we have walked the pits and swap meet every year feeling like the first man on the moon.
Some of the top Super Late Model drivers in the Midwest may have saved their best show for last. Dells Raceway Park’s Falloween 150 boasted a star-studded field and a finish that will leave fans with plenty to talk about during the off-season.