1951 Frazer Manhattan “Hardtop”
When is a hardtop not exactly a hardtop? For a clue, check out the center “window” on this extremely rare car.
Planning the Right Ford Flathead V-8 Build
Do your homework before you reach for a wrench…and you’ll be on the right path to the flathead you’ve always wanted.
1975 Cougar XR-7
He wanted a nice driver, not a concours contestant…and he found it in this 40-year-old uncommon car “from the sign of the cat.”
Diagnosing and Repairing a Rough-Running Engine, Pt. 3
The engine’s running well with the points distributor we installed last month, but it should be even better with an electronic ignition kit. We’ll also repair the engine’s original distributor.
John’s Tool Chest, Pt. 8
In our latest journey into John’s well-stocked collection, we’ll consider some useful sockets, screwdrivers, pliers and a handy tray to carry them all.
Let’s join several readers as some give their views on the future of the hobby, another finds a car like the one he drove in his younger days, and still another restores a vintage driver for his daughter.
Spending a Day at The King’s Place
It’s time for the annual car show at Richard Petty’s property in North Carolina. Let’s visit a place where some famous race cars…and a famous racer…were born.
Renovating the “Birthplace” of General Motors
The automotive giant is converting a former carriage factory in Flint, Michigan, into a research and meeting center. The building once belonged to GM founder William Durant.
Mechanic on Duty