Articles written by: Paul Sakalas

Paul is the editor of OnAllCylinders. When he's not writing, you'll probably find him fixing oil leaks in a Jeep CJ-5 or watching a 1972 Corvette overheat. An avid motorcyclist, he spends the rest of his time synchronizing carburetors and cleaning chain lube off his left pant leg.

Car Culture & Entertainment

Our Top 10 Favorite Race Liveries

In honor of the “Greatest Spectacle in Racing” today, we’re taking a look at some of our favorite race car sponsorships—or more specifically, the sponsorship artwork. If you’ve never heard […]

Videos & Galleries

Photo Gallery: Cincinnati Area Cars & Coffee Car Show

West Chester, Ohio. If we’ve said it once, we’ve said it…well…probably a lot: Cars & Coffee events are a great evolution of the typical car show. In addition to the […]

Car Culture & Entertainment / Engine & Exhaust

The Top 10 Most Underrated Engines of All Time (Says You)

Sure, everyone loves a 426 Hemi. 350 Chevy? Yep, found dang-near everywhere. And even non-Ford folks can appreciate a nicely tuned Windsor. …But there are plenty of other engines out […]

Holiday Gift Guides

Tools Under $30 Gift Guide: Heat Guns

Whether it’s for a holiday or birthday, this Tools Under 30 Dollars Gift Guide Series shows you important, yet somewhat uncommon, tools that any gearhead would want. Today, let’s talk about Heat […]

Car Culture & Entertainment

Hot Wheels: The Tiny Toy Cars That Inspired Millions of Gearheads Worldwide

In 1968, the toy manufacturer Mattel launched a new line of small model cars. The move was perhaps a bit of a gamble, as there was no shortage of other […]

Driveline / Exterior / Tech / Wheels & Tires

So Now What? 5 Things You Should Absolutely Do on Day 1 of Owning Your New Classic/Project Car

This story is a follow up to our earlier article: 10 Easy Things You Need to Look for When Inspecting a Vintage, Classic, or Collectible Car Before a Purchase You […]

Engine & Exhaust / Tech / Tech Articles

Orientation Session: Your Fuel Filter’s Position May Impact How Your Engine & Carburetor Perform

Older cars and trucks are often packed with ingeniously simple solutions to potentially big problems. And we got reminded of that recently when it was time to replace the fuel […]

Driveline / Tech / Tech Articles / Wheels & Tires

What is a Wheel Bearing & How Can You Tell if Yours is Going Bad?

A wheel bearing has a real simple job: It makes sure that your wheel spins freely, without any binding or vibration. A wheel bearing’s goal is to mitigate the effects […]

Ignition & Electrical / Tech Articles

What is EMI & RFI? And How Can You Stop Electric & Ignition Interference?

A little while ago, we ran a story that mentioned how some spark plugs use a built-in resistor to help suppress electrical interference, so that vehicle electronic components (like radios […]

Engine & Exhaust / Tech Projects

The Serpentine Belt Wrench: An Unsung Hero Tool for Swapping Belts in a Cramped Engine Bay

In our experience, swapping out a serpentine belt goes one of two ways: It’s either an easy job done in a few minutes while you’re chatting with your pals… …or […]