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    Classic Cars

    Classic Cars

    Muscle cars and trucks. View the entire archive.

    Parts Store Archeology

    Once upon a time, oil came in cans. They stacked nicely but made a mess when you tried to extract the oil, which you did by using a punch/funnel. In addition to...

    The Forgotten Last Muscle Car

    It’s a strange but true thing that one of the last real muscle cars was - here it comes - a Buick. The 1973-1974 Century GS Stage 1 455. You have probably never...

    Old School Fast

    Fast is not just about the numbers. Does it feel fast to be traveling 500 miles per hour in an Airbus? It feels much faster in the open cockpit of a...

    Plug n’ Play

    One of the great things about old cars is you can selectively update them with modern technology without them turning into modern cars. An overdrive transmission - but not air bags. Better...

    It Used to Be Fun

    New cars have everything going for them except fun. Most are suffocatingly “safe” - and as entertaining as anything else with that word attached to it. Here are some things that were...

    The Fixable vs. The Tossable

    Being able to fix rather than replace things is probably going to become of greater interest in the years - perhaps weeks - ahead. One such fixable rather than tossable thing is...

    New Performance Shoes for Old Performance Cars?

    If you own a classic muscle car made back in the '60s or '70s, you've probably become aware of an ironic problem: It is virtually impossible to find new performance tires...

    Reader Question: S10 MAP Sensor Debacle?

    Here's the latest reader question,along with my reply!  BaDnOn writes: I've had a problem for some time that I need to get back to correcting at some point. I can't pass the...

    Reader Question: ’68 Cougar?

    Here's the latest reader question, along with my reply! Kristy writes: I have a '68 Cougar that I bought in Tucson, AZ in 1995 when I was 19. It was my first...

    First They Came for the Muscle Cars . . .

    You had to be there to remember - and to understand - so here’s a refresher. In 1964, group of young Pontiac engineers created the GTO by pairing an expensive big-car’s engine...
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