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Of all of GM’s brands, the muscle cars from Buick probably get the least attention, so we are devoting the cover section of our July 2017 issue to Buick’s hottest models.
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Vision; it’s what drives hot rodders to create something from scratch, often starting with a blank canvas.
The 1964 introduction of GM’s midsize A-Body platform was perfectly timed to give several of the General’s brands an entry point for a rapidly growing youth market interested in automotive performance.
“I banged a lot of nails to get these cars.” Those are the words of Jim Sheils, a 51-year-old Franklin, Massachusetts, construction worker and extremely focused 1966 Buick Skylark GS collector.
Check out the latest illustration from Bob Hovorka with help tips and tricks every street rodder should know!
This is a close-up view of porosity in a TIG weld. We will examine some of the causes for weld porosity and ways to prevent it.
Tim Garland has been a Buick guy since high school, when he dressed up a 1972 two-door Skylark to look like a GSX.
The August Road Tour Triple Play The NSRA Street Rod Nationals—The Tri Five Nationals—The Woodward Dream Cruise The month of August offers many possibilities for rodders to get out on the highway and enjoy their rides with other folks on the ARP/STREET RODDER Road Tour presented by Chevrolet Performance.
When you own an AMC project, you are bound to be a scrapyard junkie. Because of lack of repop and replacement parts, your free time will probably be spent walking the rows of countless salvage yards looking for those few Javelins, Rebels, and AMXs that managed to keep some of their vital parts.
We love on-board video of race cars. Throw in some spotter chatter plus a full field of Super Late Models and we’re hooked.
Jennerstown Speedway Gets New Track Promoter Jennerstown, PA-. Jennerstown Speedway has announced the hiring of veteran motorsports Public Relations consultant and race broadcaster, Mike Lysakowski, as its new Track Promoter.
There’s more than one way to figure out where a Ford 9-inch rearend will hang in a chassis but, for this story, the method started from the rear and worked forward.
Peter Lepore had a vision of a hot rod built especially for him. After years of driving a stock 1930 Model A Town Car to the local cruise-ins, the Wayne, New Jersey, resident decided it was time for a little bit more; more power, more style … more hot rod.
Think back to an editorial that I wrote about having left the same gas station twice within a short period of time and forgetting to properly remove the gas filler nozzle/hose from my car?
Car Craft is a few issues shy of its 65th anniversary, and it’s especially humbling to consider that by the time that anniversary rolls around, I’ll have been with the magazine for 13 of those years—20 percent of Car Craft’s existence, if my math is correct.
They say, there’s no better way to get an education on something than to immerse yourself into it full time.
Heatshield Products 01. The Heat Is Off You can protect your cab interior from excessive heat generated by drivetrain components, exhaust systems, and conditions with HP Sticky Shield insulation from Heatshield Products.
Forgive us, as we’re getting a little philosophical this Wrenchin’ Wednesday: “Ah, we all pick up a few scars with life.
Sometimes while on Gear Vendor’s HOT ROD Drag Week, powered by Dodge, we get caught up in the performance of the cars.