Video: The 1981 Turbo Trans Am – The Thunderchicken With Boost

The EPA really strangled our horsepower through the late 1970s and 1980s, but the big three still managed to churn out some pretty cool rides. They looked fast, even if they weren't, like this 1981 Turbo Trans Am. Read More


Assessing Steering Feel And Flow Rate Adjustability With Turn One

If you want a power steering pump that uses less horsepower, handles more psi, and has flow rate adjustability, you'll want to look at Turn One's offerings. Check out our install on a Pro-Touring '68 Firebird! Read More

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Video: Lope From The Great White North – Cammed ’68 Beaumont SD 396

All it took was the 2 minutes in the video for us to fall in love with this Beaumont. Check it out for yourself and you'll probably wish you had been a Canadian in the late-'60s, too. Read More

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First Look: 2016 Roush F-150 Offers Off-Road Fun And On-Road Thrills

Roush's new 2016 F-150 will haul plenty of gear and passengers to whatever on or off-road destination you desire. It can do it with 600 horsepower too, making it the baddest, most capable truck Roush has ever built. Read More


Project Blank Slate Tugs On The Long Tale Of Felix Chevrolet

We found a vintage license plate frame that was once on project Blank Slate, so we thought we would see if we could trace the car back to it's original dealership. Read the entire historically-filled article here. Read More


When You Can’t Get The Real Thing, Can Cloning A ‘Bird A Good Thing?

Is cloning a good thing? Auction prices are through the roof, and there's not much hope of seeing these cars on the street as they get stored away. Who can afford a Superbird these days? Read More


A Cool 1965 Chevy C10 In Need Of A New Owner

Built to be a tow rig for a vintage racer, this Chevy C10 pickup is searching for a new home. With hardly any issues, check out this sweet looking truck and all it has to offer. Bar none, it's definitely cool. Read More


Home-built Hero: Judd Middlebrooke’s Camaro Is A Long-Time Friend

If you're a fan of first-generation Camaro, you have to check out this home-built hero. It took Judd Middlebrooke and friends 18-months to restore, and after 12 years of ownership, it's not going anywhere soon. Read More

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The General Keeps Expanding With New Performance And Racing Facility

General Motors has dropped many millions of dollars to improve their production and development facilities. This time, it was for an incredibly high-tech driveline development center. Read More

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Video: Jay Leno Checks Out The “Keeper Of Cool” – A ’69 Olds 442

Jay Leno's Garage is full of high-end exotics and European classics, so every time the show highlights some good old-fashioned muscle, it has our attention. Check out this Olds and you'll drool as much as we did. Read More


Nickey Performance Creates A 2016 Super Camaro Lineup

What if we told you you could have a supercar for less than $100,000? Would you believe us? It's true, and you can have this all-new, American-made monster based on a Chevy Camaro. Nickey is back, so hold on tight. Read More


Video: Improving Shifter Dynamics With Silver Sport Transmissions

Silver Sport shows us that there's more to making a transmission fit into a car. The shifter needs to fit not just the console, but the driver, too, and the PerfectFit shifter takes all of that into consideration. Read More


Making Space With The Moroso Remote Oil Filter Kit

With space in the Cobra's engine bay a sought-after commodity, we used Moroso's remote oil filter kit to relocate the filter to a more accessible spot - and we did a few upgrades along the way. Read More


Concept One’s ’69 El Camino Project: A Beast Is Born

Who among us isn't a fan of the El Camino? It's a truck, it's a car, it's the best of both worlds. Check out this version being built by Concept One Pulleys. It's one of the coolest examples we have seen in a while. Read More

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Could the ZZ6 Be Last Gen I Crate Engine?

With more emphasis on the LS platform, and growing attention given to the LT family, the Gen I small-block isn't feeling much love these days. Here's why! Read More

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Selecting The Right Oil For Your Performance Car With Driven Racing

You may not put much thought into it, but the oil you put in your high performance engine is as important as many of the internal components you select for it. We discuss application specific oiling with Driven. Read More


DiabloSport Tune And Modified PCM For SUVs

DiabloSport has released a tune and modified PCM to beef up the performance in Chrysler SUVS such as the Dodge Durango (3.6L, 5.7L) and Jeep Cherokee (3.6L, 5.7L, or 6.4L). Read More


Prolong The Ride In this Cool Cruiser Wagon

If you have never considered a station wagon to be cool, you need to take a look at this Tri-Five "more door". Pure Vision Design and Prolong Lubricants teamed up and built one of the coolest wagons we have seen. Read More


Mercury Cyclone Spoiler: The Unsung Hero Of NASCAR Homologation?

While Mopar's winged warriors are commanding high, six-figure prices, the unsung heroes from Ford and Mercury, the Talledega and Cyclone Spoiler, are not getting the same love. But should they? Read More


Coastal Pictorial: Driving a ’16 ‘Vette Z06 Up The California Coast

Check out our photo heavy tour story as we drive up California's coast in a 2016 Corvette Z06 Read More