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 keeping a 1972 Corvette from overheating. An avid motorcyclist, he spends the rest of his time synchronizing carburetors and cleaning grease off of his left pant leg.

Car Culture & Entertainment

Ever Hear About Chevy’s 1974 “Spirit of America” Special Edition Cars?

Picture this: The year is 1973, Skylab has just been launched into space, Elvis’ “Aloha from Hawaii” is on TV, and “Dark Side of the Moon” is blaring out of […]

Car Culture & Entertainment

Happy Birthday to the Corvette! A Look Back at the Vette’s Early Beginnings During Its C1 (1953-62) Generation

On June 30th, 1953 the first production Corvette rolled off the assembly line. But despite the position it holds now as “America’s Sports Car,” the Corvette wasn’t exactly an instant […]

Videos & Galleries

Photo Gallery: Cincinnati-Area Cars and Coffee Event

West Chester, OH – We like Cars and Coffee events. As an evolution of a traditional car show, these morning motorfests draw an impressive mix of rides—from classic cruisers, to […]

Car Culture & Entertainment

Christine’s Back! 5 Cars That Should Play Her Role if the Remake is Set in the Present Day

News from Hollywood trickled out earlier this month that John Carpenter’s classic horror movie adaptation “Christine” is getting a remake. Based on a novel by Steven King, “Christine” is essentially […]

Car Culture & Entertainment

Fin-tastic: Our Five Favorite Fish-Named Cars (& A Bonus Catch)

June 18th is National “Go Fishing” Day. But if you can’t head out on the water to enjoy it, perhaps these five cars will appropriately wet…err…whet your appetite for some […]

Product Profiles

Meet the Distributor Clamp Wrench: An Unsung Hero Tool for Adjusting Ignition Timing

Even after it’s been properly installed and adjusted, a distributor can gradually slip over time. That means, if your older engine is still equipped with a distributor, you should really […]

News & Car Culture

The Merlin: How Rolls-Royce Teamed up with Packard to Help End World War 2

If you asked a military historian to name the five most important Allied fighter planes of World War II, you can bet they’d include the North American P-51 Mustang and […]

Car Culture & Entertainment / Motorsports

Corvettes at Indianapolis: 10 of the Coolest Indy 500 Corvette Pace Cars

When you turn on the Indy 500 today, you’ll see a Corvette driven by Danica Patrick doing pace car duties for the Greatest Spectacle in Racing. In fact, the 2021 […]

Car Culture & Entertainment

Spoiler Alert: A Look at Our 10 Favorite Vehicle Wings

May 26 is known as “Paper Airplane Day.” So to inspire all of you would-be Wright Brothers, we came up with a list of our ten favorite vehicle wings. These […]

How “Loaded” Shocks/Struts Can Save You Some Suspension Install Time & Hassle
Tech Articles / Tech Projects

How “Loaded” Shocks/Struts Can Save You Some Suspension Install Time & Hassle

Make no mistake, shocks and struts are regular wear items. That’s because, as your car or truck racks up miles, your struts and shocks will fatigue and lose the ability […]