2020

ED-OP: Is The Evolution Of Building Horsepower A Good Thing? – Randy Bolig @ChevyHardcore

With the recent announcement from Chevrolet about the availability of an all-new Gen-1 small block, I got to thinking about how enthusiasts made horsepower throughout the last several decades. Yes, I know the latest engine release is for a replacement mill… Read More ›

EFI for Classics: Proving that electronic fuel-injection can be both easy and affordable – @Hemmings

Gearheads, like much of society, can be slow to embrace change. In the automotive world, advances in technology often mean considerable improvements in performance, and nearly every gearhead can agree that’s an admirable pursuit. But still we resist. Changes to… Read More ›

California Special Mustang: Definitive History Of Ford’s West Coast Cruiser – Brett Foote @FordAuthority

There have been many special edition Ford Mustangs over the years, from the Mach 1 to the Boss 302 and everything in between. One such package that doesn’t get quite as much attention, however, is the California Special Mustang. But its story… Read More ›

Book Review: COPO Camaro, Chevelle & Nova – Tom Stahler @ClassicCars.com

The history of the muscle cars covertly produced from the Central Office Production Order COPO was Chevrolet’s special-order system used by dealers to build high-performance models in the 1960s despite a corporate racing ban. The COPO program was  originally designated for… Read More ›

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