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Air Scoops for Vintage Race Cars

Today, scoops are often a design trick used to imply speed and performance. Originally, scoops had a simple purpose: to help get air in or out of the car.

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Do-It-Yourself Headrest in Seven Easy Steps

An easy and inexpensive way to build a headrest for your classic.

How to Take a BMC Race Engine From Average to A+

Without a doubt one of the most popular powerplants in the history of sports car racing is the venerable A-series engine.

Triumph TR6 License Plate Lamp Housing Repair

A quick, inexpensive repair for a pot metal lamp housing.

MG
Sebring Special MGBs: A Window Into Racing in the 1960s

1964 MGB Team Cars Are Resurrected to Race Again

BMW , MG , Porsche
Road trips- Lane Motor Museum

Unusual, Amazing Vehicles at the Lane Motor Museum

Jaguar
Tech Tips: Jaguar E-Type

A sophisticated, achingly beautiful two-seater with Ferrari-like performance at an affordable price.

Fiat
Tech Tips: 1957-'75 Fiat 500

Want to learn how to keep a classic Fiat running like new?

Road Rules: The Case for Rallies and Tours

Vintage rallies are the most fun you can have with your car on.

Tech Tips: Mini Cooper

Mini Cooper tips from some friends in the field.

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