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Ever wanted to paint your muscle car yourself? We show you how to do it on this 1965 Plymouth Belvedere wagon.
Simply remove the factory K-member and bolt this guy on. No welding or special modifications required.
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Our 1999 GT project has a ProCharger shoving more air into it than it could ever ingest on its own, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t more room to make our engine a better air pump.
Building big power is easy when you have the right parts and a good plan—lots of cubes and boost helps, too.
How much better are RHS’ LS7 cylinder heads than the stock LS7 castings? We bolt them to a hot 451ci LSX to find out
Mopar tech expert Steve Dulcich prepares a production Chrysler 440 short-block with 13.5:1 pistons on a budget that will easily handle over 700 hp.