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Muscle Cars You Should Know:'71 Dodge Demon 340-The Devil in Details

Muscle Cars You Should Know:’71 Dodge Demon 340-The Devil in Details

Introduced in two levels, the Demon came with either a 198ci slant-six or a 340ci V8. The larger of the two engines went hand in hand with the Demon 340 moniker- and plenty of power to boot! Check it out inside!Read More

Driving Cross Country In A Coyote-Swap Ranchero

Driving Cross Country In A Coyote-Swap Ranchero

The owner of this car dropped in a Coyote engine and is taking this car across country. We love it, and would love to do the same thing! It's hard to believe that big motor fit so well into that little car.Read More

Diamond In The Rough: Following The Flight Of A Falcon

Diamond In The Rough: Following The Flight Of A Falcon

Sometimes the first car you fall for might just take you the most time to complete. Check out Andy's Falcon and everything he went through.Read More

Video: What Is A Mopar 318 Polysphere And How Come Nobody Likes It?

Video: What Is A Mopar 318 Polysphere And How Come Nobody Likes It?

Over time, there are some engines that came and went, and never really caught on. One of those engines is Chrysler's polysphere, an engine that shares some characteristics with the HEMI, but was far less popular. Read More

'68 Hurst HEMI Dart L023: Is This The World's Fastest Muscle Car?

’68 Hurst HEMI Dart L023: Is This The World’s Fastest Muscle Car?

The '68 Hurst HEMI Dodge Dart - code L023 - is said to be the fastest muscle car of all time. Differing greatly from the base Dodge Dart produced for 1968, bare Dart bodies were shipped to the Madison Heights, Michigan, Hurst Performance facility for further outfitting. Read More

On the Trail of the Blue Lady: Jim Morrison's Lost 1967 Shelby GT500

On the Trail of the Blue Lady: Jim Morrison’s Lost 1967 Shelby GT500

Jim Morrison was fond of Shelby Mustangs after seeing a friend's car. So he asked for his own and got a rare 1967 Shelby GT500 that was nicknamed The Blue Lady, and no one has seen it since it was wrecked in 1969.Read More

36th Annual Mopars Unlimited Spring Roundup Show Coverage

36th Annual Mopars Unlimited Spring Roundup Show Coverage

Lots of great cars, great people, and great stories were to be found at this year's all Mopar spring roundup! Make sure you take a look at our gallery so you can see more of this awesome show!Read More

FiTech EFI: What You Should Know About Your First EFI Conversion

FiTech EFI: What You Should Know About Your First EFI Conversion

FiTech makes it easy to install your first EFI system. With basic skills and knowledge, you can install yours in a weekend. All the hard work has already been done for you to follow along in easy steps.Read More

Tech Install: 1962-82 Mopar Steering Box Upgrade With Borgeson

Tech Install: 1962-82 Mopar Steering Box Upgrade With Borgeson

Short of replacing your entire front suspension, classic Mopar owners had no options to improve steering feel. Those days are gone, because Borgeson now offers a power steering conversion that changes everything.Read More

How to Fix the 5 Most Common Causes of Classic Muscle Car Breakdowns

How to Fix the 5 Most Common Causes of Classic Muscle Car Breakdowns

You buy a modern car because it’s reliable, but you buy a classic muscle car because it’s stylish and exciting. While some vintage cars have great track records, you’re likely to deal with at least a few issues.Read More

One Fast Bird: Looking Back At Pontiac's '89 Turbo Trans Am AE

One Fast Bird: Looking Back At Pontiac’s ’89 Turbo Trans Am AE

If you need any to know of a major milestone in Pontiac’s history, look no further than the '89 Turbo Trans Am 20th Anniversary Edition (AE). From the outside, it looked no different than any other white GTA of similar vintage, but that was part of the 20th AE’s appeal. Read More

Bigger In Texas: Cook's Garage Is West Texas’ Coolest Car Venue

Bigger In Texas: Cook’s Garage Is West Texas’ Coolest Car Venue

It's a known fact that things are bigger in Texas. Lubbock's Cook’s Garage is big in many ways, including oil company signs and a great variety of neon signs, besides that, it’s a great venue for a car show.Read More

Vic Edelbrock Jr., Head Of Edelbrock Since 1962, Has Passed

Vic Edelbrock Jr., Head Of Edelbrock Since 1962, Has Passed

The legendary head of the Edelbrock company, Vic Edelbrock Jr., has passed away. The aftermarket automotive Icon was 80 years old. Read More

Identify General Motors' Four-Speed Transmissions

Identify General Motors’ Four-Speed Transmissions

Are you looking for a four-speed transmission for your hot rod? If you find one, do you know what it is and if it will fit? General Motors used three different four speeds, and we help Identify them.Read More

The Mysterious Fate of The "Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry" '69 Charger R/T

The Mysterious Fate of The “Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry” ’69 Charger R/T

Showing the lack of forethought typical of the time, the car’s after-movie life became more and more fuzzy. The Charger’s final owner claimed the car was subsequently totaled but seemed disinclined to offer any specific details.Read More

Tech Tip: Replacing Wheel Studs Is Easier Than You Think

Tech Tip: Replacing Wheel Studs Is Easier Than You Think

Some tasks are more simple than you think, and replacing lug studs doesn't mean you have to take your car to a shop. If yours are stripped, or you need to install longer studs, here's a simple method to do so.Read More

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