Michael is a full time Power Automedia writer and automotive enthusiast who doesn’t discriminate. Although Mopar is in his blood, he loves any car that looks great and drives even faster.
Car shows are great for most of us, and the many cool rides we see often give us great ideas for our own cars, or inspiration to get back to work on our weekend projects. But for some of us, car shows are missing what these videos have captured. Check inside and turn up the volume.
TCI forms an alliance with RideTech to be their exclusive supplier for shocks. The goal for TCI was to provide their customers with performance and reliability, and both companies have long admired each others’ products. When the call was made, RideTech answered. Check inside for more details.
As with the rest of their events, the Goodguys 13th Meguairs Del Mar Nationals left jaws dropping and everyone wondering why weekends are only two days long. But we all had to leave some time, and the weekend was over before we knew it. Check out some of the cool rides and scenery inside!
Sporting a blown HEMI and lots of shine, Ted Dzus’ 1951 Henry J is a rolling masterpiece. Aptly named “Rollin A J”, this Vortech supercharged custom was present at SEMA last year, and makes for a great looking cruiser.
Starting out as a daily driver, the owner of this 1970 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow set his jar of Dijon mustard aside and asked for a 1350 horsepower Ray Barton blown HEMI.
It’s no doubt that cars influenced music, and music is a big influence on cars. Where would we be today if we never got the chance to combine our love for the automobile with some great music? We share a few combinations inside, and only scratched the surface of Rockers and Rods.
Adding to their stable of incredible E-Force line of components, Edelbrock now has an E-Force Supercharger for classic musclecars and street rods. Check out the video and watch this supercharger pump out 753 horsepower on an SBC.
New and improved? it’s more like “breaking the mold” when seeking a valid description for the new FAST EZ-EFI 2.0, with a bold new look, a full-color touch-screen and LED diagnostics. And FAST is now accepting pre-orders, check inside to find out how to get yours on order.
It’s a question you’ve probably been asked once or twice in your life, and when someone else has one you probably want to check it out. But this Woody will set you back the price of a small cottage in the Midwest. So tell us, “wood” you?
Dakota Digital recently won the “Best New Product” award from the 2013 Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show for their VHX series of instruments. We caught up with them at the Goodguys 13th Meguiars Del Mar Nationals in Del Mar, California to check out the goods.
For the entire month of April, Optima Batteries is offering an instant $20 discount on their batteries. No forms to fill out, no receipts to send in, just visit an authorized dealer or retailer, and when you go to pay, $20 stays with you. You can even get the discount when you order online.
Most of the time, for a classic car owner a trip to a wrecking yard becomes much like a walk in the park – you walk around and take nothing home with you except what you brought. But classic car yards are rare, and this video shows us one that was in operation for 70 years.
If you’ve been thinking about going to the Heidts Midwest Performance Car Challenge, you don’t have much longer until registration is all filled up! Coming this May 11-12, the competition is going to be fierce and the musclecars are going to leave you wanting more!
After the engine and transmission swap is done, you find out that your original driveshaft won’t fit, and you can’t drive your car anywhere. That means you have to take some measurements and order a custom driveshaft, and Dynotech Driveshafts shows us how it’s done.
Factory distributors leave little room for improvement. So when it comes to getting the most from your ignition system, Mallory Ignition has put together an information page describing their various distributors in order to help you choose which one better fits your needs.