We recently made the command decision to induce rapid climate change inside our 1957 Ranch Wagon. We began installing a new Vintage Air Gen IV Magnum heat and air conditioning unit.
We replace the seat covers on a ’73 Challenger, and hopefully after reading this story and watching Legendary’s installation videos you will have enough confidence to tackle this job yourself.
Unless you’re the reincarnation of Smokey Yunick, you probably don’t know everything about engines or building them.
We’ve spent the last couple of months wiring Scarlett, our project 1972 Vette coupe, as we’ve worked to integrate the new factory harnesses from Zip with the FAST wiring harness for the XFI computer.
Oil pump failures aren’t new to the Mustang, and billet oil pump gears are more than just cheap insurance. They’re a must.
Our Basket Case Chevelle project car—a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396 that was literally delivered to Muscle Car Restorations in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, in crates and baskets—is getting new glass all around as part of its restoration.
Here is a look at what it takes to perform a coilover upgrade on an early Camaro/’68- 72 Nova front subframe.
Word to the wise: this is not for the faint of heart. Of all the things we’ve done to our beloved Shark, this was one of the most detailed.
As we embark on the seventh installment of restoring our basket case Chevelle, we are going to deal with the chassis, brakes, suspension, and fuel system.
In Part 2 of our Mini Mouse series, we get the 4.8L LS engine upgraded with cams, valvetrain, injectors, heads, and intake.