It has been a while since the MaliBeater appeared in MCR, so before we dive into this latest installment on the long-running project car, a bit of background.
Here are the steps we followed to clean.
We’ve created a list of 10 wild engines for you to dig into. Check ’em out and let us know which one is your favorite.
All it takes is some planning, a bit of hands-on due diligence with your Mustang, and packing a few essentials to keep you.
It’s astonishing to realize that by 2017, the LS engine will be 20 years old. This coming of age has also delivered an avalanche of new parts.
Our list of picks for the top 20 bolt-on parts under $1,000 for the 1979-1993 Mustang.
If you’ve been following our work on Vince Venturelli’s 1956 Chevrolet C10, you’ll know it’s received suspension and brake upgrades, but Vince also wanted to upgrade the stock dash, and have a little more information on hand about what was going on under the hood.
We can remember when the very first reproduction frames arrived on the scene, they were the oh-so basic Model T and Model A frames built to support the burgeoning street rod hobby.
Long ago, a wise man once wrote that what was once old will become new again. He might have been talking about women’s fashion or perhaps he was just a street rodder who has seen the march of high-performance hemlines make a splash, depart, and come ’round again.
Watch as we weld up the spider gears in Marge’s open diff, and then go have stupid, delinquent fun on some dirt roads around Southern California!