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Car Shows: You Are More In Control Of Their Success Than You Think

We've watched some of the smaller car shows disappear, and some of the bigger ones die down to a certain death. But if you think about it, what really makes a car show successful is you, the participant.Read More

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Professional Tips To Help You Choose A Restoration Shop

Choosing a restoration shop can be a daunting task. To help you decide, we asked a couple of professional restoration experts how you can avoid problems when looking for someone to help you with your dream car.Read More

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Rob’s Car Movie Review: Bullitt (1968)

A review of the film classic Bullitt starring Steve McQueen, featuring a detailed look at the movie's iconic car chase sequence between a classic Mustang and Charger throughout the streets of San Francisco.Read More

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How To Choose The Right Wheel For Your Rod

Choosing the right wheel for your hot rod or custom can be daunting. Too much thought and your mind is blown by all the options, too little and it fails to capture the look you are aiming for. So how do you choose?Read More

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Five Chevy Pickups That Put “Muscle” In High-Performance Hauling

If you are one of the many that think a pickup truck is just for hauling stuff and doing work around the farm, think again. We have compiled a list of five haulers that definitely put the "muscle" in muscle truck.Read More

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Rob’s Car Movie Review: Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry (1974)

This month's edition of Rob's Car Movie Review takes a look at Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry (1974), and sees Rob vent his frustrations at some of the film's weaker aspects. Do you agree with his assessment?Read More

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Modern Day Musclecars; Can The Market Sustain This “Second Wind”?

Just as when musclecars first hit the market in the '60s, the popularity of these modern day versions is huge. But, can they remain popular in the long term, or will they fade away like their predecessors?Read More

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Rob’s Car Movie Review: The Gumball Rally (1976)

We take a look at the original coast to coast race movie, a perennial favorite from 1976: The Gumball Rally. Directed by Chuck Bail. Starring Michael Sarazzin, Tim Mcintyre, Raul Julia and Gary Busey.Read More

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Building My Dream Chevelle – Nic Aguon

With so many different opinions about what makes the ideal car, let me take you on a voyage of my dream build. I envision a custom restomod that is simple, and possesses both form and function. Read More

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Getting The Full SRT Experience At Bondurant Driving School

Adjusting the nut behind the wheel is the quickest way to improve a car's performance, so SRT is bringing every new owner out to Bondurant High Performance Driving School to learn how to handle these machines.Read More

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Five Obscure Chevy Classics For Your Next Project Car

If there is one complaint that we hear, it's that there are no more classic Chevys to hot rod. While finding the traditional project car is getting harder, perhaps we need to redefine what makes a collectible car.Read More

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Rob’s Car Movie Review: Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)

Setting out to make some money at small, local drag races, James Taylor and his mechanic Dennis Wilson set out on an adventure that brings them to Warren Oates and his GTO. It's a classic that should be watched.Read More

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Product Review: Covercraft’s Custom-Fit, Indoor Fleeced Satin Cover

If you store your car for long periods of time, or drive your classic infrequently, an indoor car cover is a wise investment. We try out Covercraft's custom-fit, fleeced satin indoor car cover with great results. Read More

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SEMA Law And Order Update: March-ing To A Happy Beat

A lot has happened since our last SEMA Law & Order update; some good and some bad. This month, we bring you all the important updates from the SEMA Action Network right to your desktop! Read More

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Please Don’t Touch My Car: When Your Ego Takes Things Way Too Far

Pride of ownership is often expected at cars shows, and there are often signs warning us not to touch the car. But some owners go a little too far with their idle threats, and cross right over to offensive.Read More

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Rob’s Car Movie Review: Vanishing Point (1971)

Rob Finkelman utilizes his years as an enthusiast and as a film school graduate and screen writer to review car movies. Vanishing Point was his first pick for many reasons, and is one of his favorites.Read More

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