Upgrading a first-gen Camaro with the help of Aldan American.
Swapping a Tremec T-5 manual transmission into a 1979 Corvette C3.
BMR Racing raises the bar for the 2019 and 2020 racing season with the help of Summit Racing and many others!
Taking the road less traveled with a .060 overbore Oldsmobile 403. project Billy Madison retina its original power plant, but with some added "oomph."
We continue to tear apart our '79 Trans Am project, in order to build it back up.
Vintage Air explains to us how an air conditioning system works.
Refresh the aesthetic of your car with the help of AutomotiveTouchup!
The people at Summit Racing are experts at choosing headers, and they are now sharing their advice!
With over 500 cubic-inches under the hood, our '69 Chevelle was cooking -- literally! We cooled it down with the help of Flex-a-Lite.
An update of Project Billy Madison, that paves the way for what lies ahead!
Holley Performance installs a 8.2 deck high Hi-Ram intake manifold into a '64 Falcon Sprint.
We announce our latest project, a '79 Trans Am with a nod to a '90s cult classic.
Hagerty Classics perform a timelapse build on a Demon crate engine.
The Millermatic 211 is an extremely popular MIG inverter welder amongst gearheads, partially due to its versatility, flexibility, and of course portability, but we knew it had to go beyond that to come so highly ...
Hagerty's latest Redline Rebuild of a 289 engine took three months of wrenching in the shop and resulted in 40,000 photos to document the build.
Project ReDo needed a few things, and Classic Industries answered the call!
Powered by an AES built a stroker GEN V LT1 for Motion Raceworks, Doug Cook decided not to go with the ‘typical’ LS-swap when it came to his record-breaking 1972 Chevy Nova.
Resident Edelbrock expert August Cederstrand walks us through the correct break-in methods for flat tappet camshafts, and what are the best practices to get the most out of your new setup.
Properly adjusting each pushrod guideplate is vital for ensuring valvetrain stability. August Cederstrand from Edelbrock is your guy for getting this simple, yet important, part of any build right.
Our Project: 88 Chevelle project goes under the knife in preparation for its restoration!
There's free horsepower waiting to be found, and by carefully working to make your engine work better, your muscle car will be faster...
For the average person's home garage needs, a lift can be had for $2,000-$3,000 new, a little less on sale...and probably half that price if it's used.
These guys will forever want louder exhausts, lumpy cams, and loud stereos...They’ll demand a 15-inch tire in wider sizes that suit the look and style of their cars, and they’re hoping that these tires will ...
Project ReDo gets a new detailing job, from our friends at Meguiar's...
Check out this quick install of Aldan American's GM A-body coil-overs!
We unearth an old '69 Z/28 project car, but before we dig too deep, we send the carburetor off to Holley for a full rebuild!
installing a bolt-in double-adjustable coil-over front suspension upgrade for increased handling, adjustability and performance in a classic muscle car!
NOS has made dry shot nozzles for stage one, two, or three dry kits to compliment the systems with used with EFI components.
TBI and full-sequential multi-port fuel injection represent your aftermarket EFI options, Edelbrock explains why you're better off with the latter.