Articles written by: Paul Sakalas

Paul is the editor of OnAllCylinders. When he's not writing, you'll probably find him hurling tools at his ill-fated daily driver or tinkering on an old Jeep CJ-5. An avid motorcyclist, he spends the rest of his time synchronizing carburetors and cleaning grease off of his left pant leg.

Parts / Product Profiles

Parts Bin: Speediagnostix Oil Analysis Kits

Your oil can tell you a lot about your engine, transmission, or suspension. That’s what makes a Speediagnostix Oil Analysis Kit so valuable. Here’s what you do: Drain some used […]

Holiday Gift Guides / Product Profiles

Tools Under $30 Gift Guide: Flare Nut Wrenches

Whether it’s for holidays or a birthday, this Gift Guide Series shows you important, yet somewhat uncommon, tools that any gearhead would want. Today, let’s talk about Flare Nut Wrenches. […]

Parts / Performance Parts Expo

Parts Bin: Aeromotive Drop-In Fuel Pumps for 2011-2017 Mustang

In stock trim, your 2011-17 Mustang’s fuel pump is a perfect match for the engine. As you modify and tune for more horsepower though, your fuel pump may struggle to […]

Events / SEMA

SEMA360 Review: Electrifying Performance Potential

Now that the virtual 2020 SEMA360 event has concluded, one thing is certain: the industry is taking electric performance seriously. But there’s plenty about battery-electric-vehicle (BEV) performance that’s still uncertain, […]

Live SEMA Updates / Performance Parts Expo / SEMA

Detroit Roundup: What’s New with Chevy, Ford & Mopar for 2021

The annual SEMA show is usually when the Big Three pull the curtain back on some of their slickest parts, projects and concepts. And, even in the face of an […]

Events / Live SEMA Coverage / Live SEMA Updates / Parts / Performance Parts Expo 2020

SEMA 360 View: 10 New Products for 2021 You’ll Want to Hear About

Even as a virtual event this year, the 2020 SEMA360 show delivered an impressive mix of the latest automotive gear. And, as always, there was a wide range of new […]

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Videos & Galleries

Photo Gallery: 2019 Cincinnati Concours d’Elegance

Despite a drizzle-soaked morning, the annual Cincinnati Concours d’Elegance this past weekend drew an impressive mix of pre-war classics, unmolested vintage imports, 1960s-era muscle and a few high-tech exotics. You’d […]

Featured Vehicles

Lot Shots Find of the Week: 1976 Plymouth Trail Duster

Every once in a while, we stumble upon a Lot Shots feature in which the story behind the car is way more interesting than the car itself. Not saying a […]

Featured Vehicles

Lot Shots Find of the Week: International Scout II Camper

In John Steinbeck’s first-person, fictionalized travelogue “Travels With Charley,” the author writes about his cross-country adventure in a GMC pickup truck/camper. Charley, of course, is his dog. We were already […]

Featured Vehicles

Lot Shots Find of the Week: Datsun 620 “Little Hustler” Pickup Truck

Today’s pickup truck market is a pretty crowded space, with competitive entries from Ford, Chevy/GMC, Ram, Toyota, Honda, and Nissan. But before the Japanese got into the full-size game, they […]