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Brian Stockinger Runs 8.90s in a Camaro He’s Owned Since He Was 16


Brian has been in the life since his early teens. And as the shop foreman at West Bend Dyno Tuning, he’s been able to tap into a fantastic grapevine of information, resources, and like-minded individuals.

Gallery: Vintage Drag Racing Through the Lens of Dave Kommel


Dave Kommel fell in love with drag racing in 1960 as a 10-year-old reading about Don Garlits in Hot Rod Magazine. He went to his first race in Union Grove, WI, in 1966 and started shooting trackside, mainly on the west coast, in 1972 through the ’70s until forming Auto Imagery in 1979 with Richard Shute. From 1980 through 2013, he traveled the country shooting NHRA, IHRA, IDBA, ProStar, various independent drag races and a little bit of NASCAR.

Understanding The LT Direct Injection Fuel System for Swapping


The Gen-V LT-series engines are a little bit different from the LS series, particularly in the fuel system department.

Understanding The LT Direct Injection Fuel System for Swapping


The Gen-V LT-series engines are a little bit different from the LS series, particularly in the fuel system department.

Bucky Hess’s 1932 Ford Vicky Gasser is Patina Perfect and Frozen in Time


Rowdy. If it were not for tires that were incapable of providing traction for high-powered race cars, the “gasser look” might not exist.

Stock vs. Stroked Horsepower Test! Engine Masters Ep. 18

Increasing engine displacement with a stroker kit is a proven way to get more horsepower and torque, but exactly how much power can you expect?

The Dynamat Road Tour to NSRA Northeast Nationals


Every summer for the past 21 years we have traveled about 20,000 miles crisscrossing the United States on the ARP/STREET RODDER Road Tours.

The Basics on Restoring Carburetor Performance


The Carter AFB carburetor was introduced in 1957, and the same basic design lives on to this day as the Edelbrock manufactured variant.

Repairing rust damage in restricted areas

The rust holes in these sail panels are challenging to repair. There isn’t sufficient room to get a dolly behind them, to allow hammering on-dolly, which is the most straightforward way to control the shrinking and distortion caused by welding.

Topping Off A Model A With A Padded Roof


Some of the coolest looking trucks on the planet are the closed cab 1928-1929 Model A Fords. But while they may be great to look at from the outside they’re tough to live with on the inside, as their diminutive dimensions are just not people (read editor) friendly.

Marie & Trey Sharp’s 1953 Cadillac Convertible


What do re-skinned C6 Corvette Stingrays and ’50s Cadillacs have in common? Not a whole lot, really. But, an ex-service manager at Karl Kustom Corvettes in Iowa—the designer/builder of the hybrid Vette—happens to be friends with a fellow by the name of Chris Ryan.

Marie & Trey Sharp’s 1953 Cadillac Convertible


What do re-skinned C6 Corvette Stingrays and ’50s Cadillacs have in common? Not a whole lot, really. But, an ex-service manager at Karl Kustom Corvettes in Iowa—the designer/builder of the hybrid Vette—happens to be friends with a fellow by the name of Chris Ryan.

Marie & Trey Sharp’s 1953 Cadillac Convertible


What do re-skinned C6 Corvette Stingrays and ’50s Cadillacs have in common? Not a whole lot, really. But, an ex-service manager at Karl Kustom Corvettes in Iowa—the designer/builder of the hybrid Vette—happens to be friends with a fellow by the name of Chris Ryan.

Marie & Trey Sharp’s 1953 Cadillac Convertible


What do re-skinned C6 Corvette Stingrays and ’50s Cadillacs have in common? Not a whole lot, really. But, an ex-service manager at Karl Kustom Corvettes in Iowa—the designer/builder of the hybrid Vette—happens to be friends with a fellow by the name of Chris Ryan.

VIDEO: Bus Racing on the Dirt!

When it comes to events outside the norm at your local short track, bus racing is a huge fan favorite.  You don’t have to take a look much further than this event from May at Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond, Wis.  The event is one of the best-attended at the track which also holds major dirt Sprint Car, Late Model and Modified events.

VIDEO: Bus Racing on the Dirt!

When it comes to events outside the norm at your local short track, bus racing is a huge fan favorite.  You don’t have to take a look much further than this event from May at Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond, Wis.  The event is one of the best-attended at the track which also holds major dirt Sprint Car, Late Model and Modified events.

VIDEO: Bus Racing on the Dirt!

When it comes to events outside the norm at your local short track, bus racing is a huge fan favorite.  You don’t have to take a look much further than this event from May at Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond, Wis.  The event is one of the best-attended at the track which also holds major dirt Sprint Car, Late Model and Modified events.

VIDEO: Bus Racing on the Dirt!

When it comes to events outside the norm at your local short track, bus racing is a huge fan favorite.  You don’t have to take a look much further than this event from May at Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond, Wis.  The event is one of the best-attended at the track which also holds major dirt Sprint Car, Late Model and Modified events.

Wild and Crazy Times: Week to Wicked Saturday Morning Wrap Up.

There’s an old saying that goes, “There’s no rest for the wicked and the righteous don’t require it. And we believe that old saying because Classic Trucks’ Week to Wicked crew blazed at full throttle every day until they met their Day Five deadline to have the LS3 in Speedway Motors 1952 Chevy pickup burning its first gulps of gasoline on Facebook Live.

Pit Stop: Buick Lifter Noise May Indicate a Failing Front Cam Bearing


QUESTION Back in 1983, I inherited my grandfather’s 1973 Buick Apollo, equipped with a low-mileage Buick 350 V8 engine.


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