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Five Obscure Chevy Classics For Your Next Project Car

If there is one complaint that we hear, it's that there are no more classic Chevys to hot rod. While finding the traditional project car is getting harder, perhaps we need to redefine what makes a collectible car. Read More

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Rob’s Car Movie Review: Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)

Setting out to make some money at small, local drag races, James Taylor and his mechanic Dennis Wilson set out on an adventure that brings them to Warren Oates and his GTO. It's a classic that should be watched. Read More

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Product Review: Covercraft’s Custom-Fit, Indoor Fleeced Satin Cover

If you store your car for long periods of time, or drive your classic infrequently, an indoor car cover is a wise investment. We try out Covercraft's custom-fit, fleeced satin indoor car cover with great results. Read More

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SEMA Law And Order Update: March-ing To A Happy Beat

A lot has happened since our last SEMA Law & Order update; some good and some bad. This month, we bring you all the important updates from the SEMA Action Network right to your desktop! Read More

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Please Don’t Touch My Car: When Your Ego Takes Things Way Too Far

Pride of ownership is often expected at cars shows, and there are often signs warning us not to touch the car. But some owners go a little too far with their idle threats, and cross right over to offensive. Read More

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Rob’s Car Movie Review: Vanishing Point (1971)

Rob Finkelman utilizes his years as an enthusiast and as a film school graduate and screen writer to review car movies. Vanishing Point was his first pick for many reasons, and is one of his favorites. Read More

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MATS: Musclecars At The Strip And Why You Need To Go This Year

There's a big party brewing in Las Vegas come this March, and all musclecars are invited. MATS isn't just for Mopars anymore, and that's a good thing. Let the musclecar wars begin - again. Read More

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Street Legal TV’s Top Ten “Most Viewed” Articles From 2015

We all love a good story, and sometimes we love them enough to share with our friends, family, car buddies, other gearheads, and so on. Here's our list of the Top Ten Stories of 2015 ranked by page views. Read More

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Growing Up Hot Rod: Memories From My Dad’s Garage

Our managing editor, Tina Vervoorn, shares a personal retrospective of lessons learned growing up hot rod and learning about cars, life, love, marriage, and loss in her dad's garage. Read More

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Don’t Get Screwed: Tips For Buying The Right Musclecar

If you are planning to buy your first musclecar — or even your second or third, there are many ways to get burned in the process. Check out our guidelines to help you get the best bang for your buck. Read More

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Street Legal Scene: Paul Walker’s Father Sues Porsche Over Accident

The third lawsuit has been filed against Porsche, claiming it is to blame for the deaths of Paul Walker and business partner Roger Rodas. Porsche claims that excessive speed, not faulty equipment, is to blame. Read More

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Driving A ChampTruck At PIR Was More Fun Than I Had Ever Expected

Racing a ChampTruck was one of the most exciting automotive adventures I've ever had. Click through to see what it was like to drive one of these beasts; you'll want to get started as soon as you can! Read More

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With The Demise Of Speed Shops, Where Do Gear Heads Find Information

Speed shops used to exist in the gasoline alley of every town and city in the nation. Today, the traditional speed shop is gone, which leaves us to question where auto enthusiasts go today for performance questions? Read More

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What Does The Smog Law Really Mean – Can $200 Save Us From Failing?

Very few people in California are fond of the Smog Check program. New legislation that has been proposed suggests that a $200 abatement fee can be paid in lieu of passing a smog test. But there are conditions. Read More

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Music Video: He Drove His Chevy To The Levee, The Day The Music Died

Ask any gearhead to quote a line from the hit song American Pie and they'll probably mention a Chevy and a levee. February 3, 1959, is known as the day the music died, but Don McLean's hit will keep us all singing. Read More

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The 2015 Corvette Z06: Is it Enough?

The C7 Z06 is being asked to carry the mantle of both track toy and supercar - does the latest, greatest Chevy have shoulders broad enough for the task? Read More

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