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What's It Worth? How Changes And Custom Features Affect Car Value

What’s It Worth? How Changes And Custom Features Affect Car Value

Have you ever wondered what adding custom wheels and tires or flashy paint does to a car's value? This may help clear things up, as we talked to industry leaders to get their thoughts on the subject.Read More

Power Struggle: Build Your Next Engine Or Buy One In A Crate

Power Struggle: Build Your Next Engine Or Buy One In A Crate

Building a project car means that you are going to need an engine. But, should you custom build the engine of your dreams, or find a crate engine that fits the bill? We help you make an informed decision.Read More

Ten Things You Didn't Know About The SEMA Organization

Ten Things You Didn’t Know About The SEMA Organization

While SEMA has become a household namesake among automotive professionals and enthusiasts alike, many people don't realize that SEMA is much more than just their annual show. See what else they do here.Read More

Vic Edelbrock Jr's Love Affair Of The Automobile

Vic Edelbrock Jr’s Love Affair Of The Automobile

The late Vic Edelbrock Jr., turned his family business into an iconic dynasty, and protected the entire aftermarket automotive parts industry against government over-regulation through perilous times. Read More

The Final Lap: It's Been A Great Ride, Time To Take The Exit Ramp

The Final Lap: It’s Been A Great Ride, Time To Take The Exit Ramp

Sometimes when you're cruising along at speed, you still have to keep your eye on the road because your exit ramp might come up sooner than you thought.Read More

Clearing The Air On Ethanol And Performance Engines

Clearing The Air On Ethanol And Performance Engines

We sat down with the fuel system and engine management pros from AEM Electronics, Fuel Injector Clinic and VP Racing to set the facts straight on ethanol's use in late-model import and domestic performance engines.Read More

Sam Memmolo: Why Do We Need Timing? Because Timing Is Everything

Sam Memmolo: Why Do We Need Timing? Because Timing Is Everything

They say timing is everything, and to your engine it's not only everything but it's a crucial element that needs meticulous attention. Keep your timing correct, and you won't get that annoying knock.Read More

Musclecar Values: Now And Into The Future

Musclecar Values: Now And Into The Future

When musclecar prices plummeted in 2008, people wondered what the future held. Here we are nine years later, still trying to figure out what the future holds. Find out more from a prefessional in musclecar sales.Read More

Word On The Street: Trump Presidency Could Have Impact On Car Design

Word On The Street: Trump Presidency Could Have Impact On Car Design

Trump's desire to bring back manufacturing jobs to America may turn out to have a side effect of improving the constraints currently placed on high performance car design. Read More

Top Ten Trending Articles From 2016, Some Stories Keep Rolling

Top Ten Trending Articles From 2016, Some Stories Keep Rolling

As we reflect on the previous year, we learned a lot, shared a lot, and grew a lot. Much of that is due to our loyal readers and fans, and for that we thank you, and present the Top Ten from 2016.Read More

Daily Driver Dilemma: To Upgrade Or Not To Upgrade

Daily Driver Dilemma: To Upgrade Or Not To Upgrade

What's your daily driver? Are you happy with your everyday transportation or do you feel an upgrade is in order? Sometimes, the decision is not cut and dry, and the decision haunts me – occasionally.Read More

15 Things You Might Not Know About Chevrolet

15 Things You Might Not Know About Chevrolet

It is impossible to find someone that doesn't know the name Chevrolet, but there are many facts that some might not realize. Check out this list we have put together, and see if you knew some of these tidbits.Read More

Debate: Should You Let Your Car Warm Up First In Cold Weather?

Debate: Should You Let Your Car Warm Up First In Cold Weather?

Decades ago, we let our cars warm up in cold weather because we had to. Today, your modern car can warm up enough to drive in the amount of time it takes to put on your seatbelt.Read More

Contemplating The Fact I Am Getting Older, And Working On Cars

Contemplating The Fact I Am Getting Older, And Working On Cars

Eventually, we all have to realize that we can't do the things we used to. Although we all hate to admit it, working on cars gets harder as we get older, but that doesn't mean we have to stop.Read More

Automotive Reflections: Restored Vs. Original Vs. Restomod

Automotive Reflections: Restored Vs. Original Vs. Restomod

When deciding to restore or modify a project car, is it really a decision? Maybe you feel all cars must be restored? But, can a car be properly restored if some of the parts are missing or is restomodding okay?Read More

Rob’s Car Movie Review: Gone in 60 Seconds (1974)

Rob’s Car Movie Review: Gone in 60 Seconds (1974)

A review of the H.B. Halicki classic car movie, Gone in 60 Seconds from 1974. It's the one that started it all, with the original Eleanor, a 1973 Mustang.Read More

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