Show Judging: Restored and Modified

Restored or original areas of the vehicle Cars are classified based on the number of modifications in given sections of the car. These modified sections are marked on the dash card. Any sections that are unmarked are to be technically correct and subject to point loss for wrong parts, fit, finish, and cleanliness. There are […]

Monte Carlo Masterpiece

OK, we realize this story is about a Monte Carlo. Nonetheless, we thought you’d enjoy this story, because not only is it a Chevrolet, it’s one heck of a ride. By FUEL, Issue #3, Chevrolet Performance Arrival of warm weather means one thing: getting ready for cruise nights and show season. Over at Chevrolet Performance, […]

Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives – Red Camaro

Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives – Red Camaro. Guy Fieri, the host of The Food Network’s “Diners, Driven-ins & Dives”, doesn’t own the red Camaro convertible car he drives on the show. The red car was a 1967 Chevy Camaro SS Convertible, and was owned by the now ex-executive producer of the show. In the early […]

Brake Fluid Tip

When working with brake fluid, always be extra careful. Brake fluid can quickly and permanently ruin paint jobs. Even a slight film on your hands can leave its mark on the car. It’s a good idea to wear rubber gloves and cover all painted surfaces around the master cylinder reservoir.

Gen 1-3 Camaro Timeline

1st – 3rd Generation Camaro Timeline By Kelley Timms The mid-sixties saw Camaro competing against Mustang for street and track bragging rights; while at the same time GM and Ford were competing for showroom sales. This era has been etched in history as the “Pony Car” Wars. This being a special Camaro issue; we thought […]

Washington Man Pulls American Muscle from an Orchard

By Zach Doell of Bold Ride For most auto enthusiasts, pulling the tarp off an old unseen car is a rare delicacy, but for Dan Stafford, it’s a way of life. Stafford runs Dan’s Garage in Kennewick, Washington, which specializes in GM performance cars from the ‘40s all the way up to the ‘80s. He […]

Rear Disc Brake Tip

While many folks are content with slapping on a new set of front discs, very few people take the time to do it right and upgrade the rear as well. There’s a host of reasons to pitch out those old shoes and slap on a set of rotors, the obvious one being vastly superior braking […]

1969 Red Devil Camaro vs. New Camaro ZL1

By Sam McEachern You may have heard about General Motors engineer Mark Stielow’s 1969 Camaro “Red Devil” before. It’s a fully custom Pro Touring Camaro packing a 7.0-liter LS7 under its hood which is garnished with the cylinder heads, valvetrain and supercharger from a Corvette ZR1. Underneath, it’s equipped with a 3.25:1 nine-inch axle, a […]

Low Mileage ’68 Yenko Camaro At Mecum Auction

By Sam McEachern The Chevrolet models that came out of Don Yenko’s shop were all spectacular. This ’68 Camaro may be a little more so… In the late 1960s, General Motors had a corporate edict which barred any engine larger than 400 cubic inches from finding its way under the hood of their recently released […]

Carpet Flattening Tip

After purchasing a new carpet kit, remove the pieces from the box and lay them out flat. This will help take the folds and creases of packaging out of the rug before it goes into the car. If the weather permits, lay the carpet outside in the direct sun with the plastic backing facing up- […]

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