Buyer’s Guides

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Buyer's Guides

En-Gauge-ing: Must-Have Gauges for Your Race Car or Hot Rod

Having the capability of monitoring what’s going on inside a hot rod or race car is pretty important. Gauges are critical—that’s no secret, but when you start digging you’ll soon […]

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Buyer's Guides

Tool Time: What to Look for When Shopping for a Floor Jack

A few weeks ago I was struggling with my old floor jack—I rolled it under my Nova and eventually lifted the car up. A big issue is the handle needs […]

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Buyer's Guides

Must-Have Kayak, Canoe, and Watersports Vehicle Accessories

If you’re into canoeing or kayaking, then we don’t have to tell you how much fun it is to be out on the water. On the other hand, lugging your […]

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Buyer's Guides

How to Choose the Best Bike Rack for Your Car, Truck, or SUV

Whether you’re into mountain bikes, road bicycles, or beach cruisers, there’s a good chance you’ll want to load it onto your vehicle for some distant adventuring. That can be a […]

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Buyer's Guides

10 Ford Gifts for Dads Who Love Cars & Trucks

The Blue Oval of Ford Motor Co. is as American as baseball and apple pie. It is synomomous with Detroit steel and the Industrial Revolution. Regardless of your brand preferences, […]

10 Chevy Gift Ideas for Dad
Holiday Gift Guides

10 Chevy Gift Ideas for Dad

It may sound cliché to give Dad a tie for a gift—but if he’s a Chevrolet fan, it’s perfectly acceptable to give him a Bowtie. So if your Father is […]

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Father's Day / Holiday Gift Guides

10 Mopar Gifts That Dads Will Love

The Omega symbol is the final letter of the Greek alphabet. It’s commonly used to symbolize something great, or to denote the end of—and the best, or ultimate version of—a […]

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Buyer's Guides

Gift Ideas for Dad: 15 Tools Your Father Probably Doesn’t Have

Gift-shopping for Dad is tough—especially if he’s the kind of guy that always wants tools. Because he probably has a million already and you’re left trying to find new ones […]

This 572 big block Chevy is bolted to the writer’s old (really old!) Lakewood tricycle stand. We’ve used it for more than 40 years (yikes). Yes, it’s a tough old piece, but tricycle stands tend to be wobbly as you move them around the shop. (Image/Wayne Scraba)
Buyer's Guides

What to Look for in an Engine Stand

Every hot rodder and racer needs an engine stand. That’s no secret. There are a lot of choices out there, and prices range from under $100 up into four digits. […]

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Buyer's Guides

What’s the Difference Between Impact Wrenches?

We’re positive everyone reading this is familiar with the wail and rat-at-tat-tat cry of an impact wrench (or six) at automotive and tire shops nationwide. It’s no secret that they’re […]