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The 2014 OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car Invitational

The 2014 OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car Invitational

100 of the Nation’s Highest-Performing Street Cars Duke it Out After the SEMA Show By Scott Parkhurst Images Courtesy of OPTIMA Batteries For the seventh consecutive year, OPTIMA Batteries has produced a phenomenal competition in the wake of the annual SEMA show. This event, known as the OPTIMA Ultimate Street Car Invitational, presented by K&N Filters, brings together a select …

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How to Install Trunk Floors

How to Install Trunk Floors

Buying a new project over the internet can yield some interesting surprises. When we purchased this 1951 Ford 2-door on Ebay, we got a special gift, handed down from 3 previous owners (and probably the barn it sat in for 30 years); 2 feet worth of rat’s nest piled in the trunk. Not only that, but the trunk lid was …

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How to install rocker panels on a Shoebox Ford

  There are parts you expect to change on every serious project. If the car has led a normal or abused life, the rocker panels will always be one of those areas. The simple nature of the rocker panel lends itself to an early demise from automotive cancer. Years of water, mud, leaves, and rocks kicked up by the front …

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How to Rebuild Your Door Panels

How to Rebuild Your Door Panels

There aren’t many things better than cruising your ride down Main Street. The rumble of a finely tuned engine, the smell of mildew-infested upholstery…..oh, wait, that’s not supposed to be part of it. Nothing ruins a sweet ride faster than a ratty interior. While it may sound expensive and hard to replace, in reality, it is quite simple. One aspect …

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GM EFI Tuning for Beginners

If you’ve been around the GM EFI scene, whether it is perusing the messageboards, races, car shows, etc. then perhaps you have heard of the dreaded torque management. This is one of many safeguards that General Motors engineers have put in place to protect your Gen III or IV engine and its drivetrain from your heavy right foot. In some …

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