The stock brakes were just fine for a typical family sedan, but for a car that is driven hard and occasionally raced, we were on the search for better brakes. We found them in an odd place.
Going faster is one thing, but you still have to be able to slow down without overcooking your brakes. Master Power Brakes helped in that area.
We make another upgrade to the Camaro to replace some of the non-functioning gauges, and install the new RTX Series from Dakota Digital.
We don’t always end up with the car we thought we would have, and Mac’s Oldsmobile ended up being the car he wanted without even knowing it was there.
We can’t have a project car without having our complete system installed, so the Camaro got an upgrade and we cover the complete install step by step.
Sometimes having one of the more popular vehicles means you have too many choices when it comes to parts. Hedman Hedders helped narrow it down for us with SBC headers.
Driving the Belvedere was lots of fun, but being an autocrosser who lovers canyon roads, we stepped up the handling a little with some new suspension components.
A fresh new engine for your project car is a great feeling. An inline coolant filter can help protect your engine and your radiator, and looks great doing it.
After spending a decade as a daily driver, then a couple more just sitting, John Nutt decided it was time to sell or rebuild. The results of his decision are evidence of his love for trucks.
Lee Norris has done a great job with his Mustang build, and despite not having as many cylinders as most muscle cars, he’s not lacking in the horsepower department.