Gauges are more than just a fashion accessory for your Chevy. They’re also how you track your engine’s vital signs and keep from collecting speeding tickets from the local constabulary.
Electrical problems can be among the most frustrating issues a street rodder has to deal with, but sometimes the most aggravating problems are self-inflicted and could have been easily avoided—here is a case in point.
Ford’s fourth-generation pickup trucks (1961-1966) are quickly becoming popular, as we keep seeing more and more at each show we attend. Recently we came across a 1965 Ford F-100 that was growing old in a field.
OEM paint colors provide for hundreds of customizing ideas.
In the past, taking on a chassis upgrade for your classic truck always seemed like a monumental task, but not any more; we show you how on our 1956 Ford F-100.
In a dream world, cars have no wiring at all. The ISIS system is getting close. A single cable connects the panel of switches to the Mastercell and a single wire connects the Mastercell to the Powercell.
We’ve never been a fan of the chains used by Ford on these tailgates, or the method of latching the ‘gate shut, and decided both needed to go on this build.
Destroke to make some mad poke: A 332 cubic-inch LS-based turbocharged encapsulator, courtesy of TPiS!
Project ZedSled, Car Craft’s Pro Touring 1978 Chevrolet Camaro, has a completely new suspension system from CPP and now it’s time to apply Eastwood’s Exo-Armor.
With the short block assembled for our 383 supercharged project motor, it’s time to shift our attention once again; this time to the heads and valvetrain.