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Meziere Enterprises Safety Lock Radiator Cap Should Be Mandatory Equipment On Every Race Car

In racing we always talk about the big stuff. We talk about big tires, big horsepower, big numbers, and big performances but the reality is that the little things are what not only win you races but...

Surprise, MF! Rear-Engined Integra With A Turbocharged V6 In Texas!

Okay, let’s think about something for a moment: If you’re playing the game out in the wild, “going for broke” usually means you’re boosting an engine to the moon, or...

Random Car Review: 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix 2+2 – The Half-Assed Homologation Special

By the time the ax fell in 2009, Pontiac was a mess, known best for bringing in plastic body cladding by the tons and the Aztek. It was quite a fall from grace for the brand that also brought out the...

When The Old Lion Roars: Watch This 1930s Alfa Romeo Grand Prix Car Bellow Up The Hill At Goodwood Sideways!

Old race cars are interesting things. Some of them we love for their bizarre attempts at innovation. Some of them we love because of their stylistic beauty. Some of them we love because of who drove...

Pride Of Kenosha: This 1974 AMC Matador Is An Original Paint Survivor That Might Be A Little Boring, But It Sure Is Nice!

When it comes to survivor cars, we kind of love them all. We just don’t love them all equally. There’s an undeniably cool element in the “survivor” tag, right? The fact that...

NHRA Insider: A Conversation With A Privateer Top Fuel Team Owner and The Man Who Can Drive Anything

We’re still cranking out content at the NHRA Insider audio factory and this one is a gem. The guests on the show are Jim Maroney and Brad Plourd. Maroney is a privateer top fuel racer who has...

Forest Sprite: A Plymouth Valiant Tearing Up A Rally Course Is Just Too Cool

Chrysler got their money’s worth out of the A-platform, and then some. First appearing as the 1960 Valiant, the A-body would go on to underpin just about every smaller car Chrysler built...

Sleeper Videos: The Eastwood Motorsports Caprice Wagon On Asphalt And The Dragstrip

We’ve got more videos of Eastwood Motorsport’s 1989 Chevrolet Caprice wagon playing the role of Clark Griswold’s ultimate revenge for the Family Truckster. This battered and beaten...

Tech Tips From BluePrint Engines: Whether You Are Buying An Engine or Not, This Tech Advice Will Help You

Knowledge is power, knowledge is winning, knowledge is saving money and having fun. All of these and many more are the reasons that BluePrint Engines has a multitude of great tech pages and tips on...

What Makes A Superior Axle? Mark Williams Enterprises Tells You Right Here –

There are things that hot rodders no matter their discipline, embrace. Quality, toughness, longevity, innovation, and personal pride are among a long list. Mark Williams Enterprises embraces those...

The First Project: This 1979 Chevrolet Caprice Was The First Car That I Helped Fix And Got To Drive

When it comes to photos of vehicles I have owned, the catalog starts properly in 2001. That’s not to say that photos of my cars from previous years didn’t exist or that I didn’t...

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Video: Watch Highlights From The 1977 NHRA Springnationals in Columbus, Ohio!

This video rules so, so hard. Why? This is not just a highlight reel from the 1977 NHRA Springnationals, it is a class by class look at the race, there’s footage of Pro Comp and a great...

Want More Power From Your Jeep? COMP Cams Has Three New Jeep Cams, New Springs, and A new Timing Set To Check Out!

The 4.0L Jeep inline six is a battle-tested, tough as nails running power plant that has served millions and millions of Jeep owners through thick and thin. As of late these engines have been getting...

Ballin’ On A Budget: These Former Big Dollar Machines Are Now Selling For Family Sedan Prices

(By Tom Lohnes) –¬†Depreciation is a beautiful thing to car enthusiasts. It lets them buy cool cars that were once over $100,000 from the factory, can now be in your hands for less than...