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June 2009 Blog Posts (57)

Big chevy trucks for chevy truck guys

I love my 80 chevy

Added by Brad on June 9, 2009 at 2:14pm — 2 Comments

Auto Education & An Authors Trials and Tribulations.

I was asked to Design, Build and Market a website that provided resources about Automotive education. We have titled it Auto School Guide. The design of the site went well. Building it was easy. I am now at the stage of writing content for Auto Schools, Diesel Schools, Motorcycle Schools,Truck Driving Schools and more. This is where it gets challenging. I noticed while researching Automotive Colleges and Trade Schools in general, that everyone writes… Continue

Added by Tina Benjamin on June 9, 2009 at 12:52pm — 1 Comment

A picture is worth a thousand words...

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. In this one you see the 5.0 HO V8 Miata project. Outside the window you see the empty carcass of a Mustang that once housed the engine that is sitting in the Miata right now. In the foreground you see a fire extinguisher necessary at this stage of the project because Jimmy's not sure he's got the wiring right.

What you don't see, however, is the deafening sound of uncapped headers filling the garage and three grease-covered guys with…


Added by Jimmy on June 9, 2009 at 7:30am — 6 Comments

need a part

hey guys if yall have a full size bed for a 90 modle f150 and live in or around ottumwa IA and would like to sell it please let me know

Added by Mike on June 8, 2009 at 9:34pm — No Comments

Second Generation Camaro!

Check out this gorgeous ’71 Camaro restored by Jesse Greening of Greening Auto Company! It looks untouched on the outside with some lighting changes and work on the front end and rear deck. But the interior rocks! A stock LS-1 six speed sits under the hood and the engine bay is killer- you could almost eat off it! They custom machined all the fender braces and caps, also custom… Continue

Added by Gearhead on June 8, 2009 at 10:41am — No Comments

65 Mustang Suspension

Wondering if anyone has any experience with aftermarket suspensions for 65 mustangs. I am considering the RRS Phase 2 front suspension with a power rack and pinion setup. The rear is where I am not sure. The RRS system doesn't look like it will allow a chassis stiffener (Heidt's), the TCP G-link looks good and it should allow subframe connectors and a chassis stiffener, and finally the Heidts system would also allow this. Does anyone have these and how were they to install and more importantly… Continue

Added by Robert Nagy on June 8, 2009 at 9:14am — No Comments

save used engine blocks & drivetrains !!!!

senator stabenow 's s1135 and congresswoman sutton's hr2640 are trying to stop the sale of used drive tran you are urged to support the amendment that allows us to buy used car engines and transmission i my self like going to the junk yard and buying parts at an affordable rate maybe even finding a big block then they say you can't buy it what a bitch that would be. yes i may scrap cars but i take them to a junk yard were they are at least recycle the vehicles for parts

Added by junk car mafia on June 7, 2009 at 8:16pm — No Comments

R.I.P. Old blue

1991 dodge d 150 v 6 2wd
the best dam truck ever
over 300000 miles (way over)
ran three days with 2 qrtd of oil
blew head gasket 3 times
went through 3 transmissions
changed the oil once a year
hit 1 light post
got stuck in the mud at least once a month
painted it in a back yard in 4 hrs then drove it the same day
genral misstremeant of a truck for at least 5 years
spun a bering and sent it to the scrap yard

Added by nicholas bussinah on June 7, 2009 at 4:52pm — No Comments

Bulletproof Suspension 10's-12's lifts

Okay what's with the small lifts cookie cutters wheels what happen to the 15 by 15 wheels on 38's 44's and heights is it all for show, go down the roads hearing the rubber roll on pavements... kids looking up say that's a monster truck.. come-on there X-4x4 bring the 2007-2008 toyota tundra on your show, nice on the maroon tundra u did for the ladies... don't hate the importo trucks.. we have alot of hate here in Iraq to go around... some of us own toyota truck and etc imports back home... hope… Continue

Added by Martnez on June 7, 2009 at 3:00pm — No Comments

69 camaro rs

hello all me and my wife just purchased a 1969 camaro rs. its in decent conditions and it runs. i will post pics later . i am excited. now i have to find out why it keeps draining the battery if anyone knows what to look for let me know. thanks. look for pics later

Added by jose on June 7, 2009 at 12:51pm — No Comments

Time Trial

First night to race new car. Ran 9.8 @ 76 MPH in 1/8. Faster speed than some with lower times. Still spinning on start. Need more practice on burn out. Now I have base line before adding upgrades. Open to suggestions for products recommended.

Added by Keith Boyer on June 7, 2009 at 2:21am — No Comments


I just got back from my 15 month tour in Iraq while driving to work one morning i rear ended the car in front of me... i know bad driving but now im trying to figure out what bumper to put back on my truck its a 03 Ford F-150 with a 4.2 V6 2 Wheel Drive so im planing on lowering a few inches and so im look for a performance bumper and im tying to find a place that isnt gonna charge me and arm and a leg for it. im doing all the work my self i allready bought the replacment brackets and all i… Continue

Added by Eric McIntosh on June 6, 2009 at 12:16pm — No Comments

A LABOR OF LOVE AND A PROJECT OF CRAZYNESS!! My 1965 Mustang GT Convertible "Aka" The Shelby Dream

Greetings my friend's from the other side of the Ocean. From Caguas, PR a warm salute to all of you. After browsing some profiles in this website and enjoying a ton of pictures of your beautiful rides I decided to share a few of my own. I currently own 2 Mustangs but I will only post pic's from my latest one cuz the other is still a work in progress that I partially restored in 2000 and now it's getting a well deserved restoration. I will begin to… Continue

Added by ANDRES PADUA on June 6, 2009 at 11:00am — No Comments

1964 mustang

hello fellow hot rod brothers! This is my 1964 mustang that i have been working on for some time now... about 4yrs. doing all the work my self. its been ruff but fun! its been a long road and slow going. working with little to no budget lol AND when i do get new patrs its for birthdays,christmas,fathers day ect or from friends that might have an old or extra part laying around. im not a bum or like hand outs but i do try to do my best in life and take care of my family THEY COME FIRSt and… Continue

Added by james on June 3, 2009 at 3:30pm — No Comments

How it all started.

What lit the fire that got me motivated to start the restoration of my 68?

About two months ago I decided that I should replace the starter on my 68 chevelle. When I was 17 I owned a 69 camaro that needed a starter and changing it was a straight forward process so I thought I was in the clear. I couldn't have been more wrong. After about five minutes under the car it became painfully apparent that I was going to have to drop the header in order to get the starter off thanks to the way some… Continue

Added by Tony Green on June 1, 2009 at 9:00pm — No Comments

Future projects for the show

I think that Musclecar should rebuild either a 1969/1970 Ford Torino or a 1970/1971 Boss 302 Mustang (above). Let me know what the rest of you thinks.

Added by ChevynotFord187 on June 1, 2009 at 7:36pm — 2 Comments

Perfect T-Bird!

This is a 5 time AACA Grand National Champion show car! It’s a ’57 Ford Thunderbird “E” body model and they only built 1,499 of them from 1955 – 1957. It’s got a 312 cubic inch engine with dual four barrel carbs and a 3 speed with manual overdrive. The color is Iridescent Bronze. Owner Kevin Cogan of Kentucky graciously allowed Courtney to show his one hundred point beauty on The PowerBlock… Continue

Added by Gearhead on June 1, 2009 at 9:08am — No Comments

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