New Gold Line Sleeving Offered by Design Engineering Inc.

To keep under-hood wires, cables and hoses cool and protected, it pays to go for the Gold. Design Engineering, Inc.’s new Gold Line Sleeving is manufactured from the company’s high-temperature Metalized Polyimide lamination and bonded to a robust, 20-oz heat-treated glass fiber base material. Available in Sheaths, Shrouds and a Cover,

New Hurst Blackjack Shifter For 1983-2004 Mustangs Released

Hurst shifters have been an industry standard for decades for both street and race applications, and the company continues to innovate with its Blackjack lineup. Its newest edition is a perfect upgrade for 1983-2004 Ford Mustang owners running a T5 or T45 manual transmission. It features a CNC-machined, billet aluminum mounting base, hardened

Ricart is Racing His Mustang Cobra Jet in NMCA Coan Engineering Stock/Super Stock Combo for All the Right Reasons

Interview by Mary Lendzion Photos by Fastest Street Car Staff, with classic car photo courtesy of Pete Ricart Pete Ricart was around a fleet of fancy and fast Fords during his  adolescence as his father owned a car dealership called Ricart Ford in Ohio. He would watch cars roll in and roll out,

Wilwood Disc Brakes Announces New C10 / C15 2.5″ Drop ProSpindles and Disc Brake Kits

Wilwood Disc Brakes has announced the release of new 2.5" drop ProSpindles for 1963-1987 Chevrolet C10 and GMC C15 pickup trucks. The high-strength, all iron and steel design with steering arm improves handling and provides an aggressive stance without affecting steering geometry. Radial mount caliper brackets allow for the secure mounting

Puckett Racing for Proform Rumble Championship at Nitrous Supply NMCA World Street Finals presented by Chevrolet Performance

By Mary Lendzion When Regina Puckett was growing up in Florida, her mom would tell her stories about how she was driving a 1969 GTO when she was pregnant with her, and how she had other muscle cars through the years. Influenced by that, Puckett went on to have a 1986 Camaro

Substantial 2021 Edelbrock Super Series at Summit Motorsports Park Taking Shape

Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio, has had a special relationship with its sportsman racers for more than 50 years. It is proud to be the home of some of the most ambitious, adept, competitive and commanding racers in the country, and it is proud to offer prestigious programs that reward

Strange Engineering Adds Alloy C-Clip Style Axles to Product Line

Strange Engineering continues to evolve its product line to meet the needs of today’s car enthusiasts with the addition of alloy C-clip style axles. Made with the same quality as the proven Strange alloy axle line, the Strange C-clip style axles are significantly stronger than typical OEM axles. The axles are

Holley Releases Coyote Engine Swap Oil Pan

Holley's new Coyote oil pan makes Mustang engine swaps even easier. The oil pan design maintains the oil capacity of a stock Mustang Coyote oil pan (8 qt. nominal) to ensure adequate supply in all street performance and factory-stock type racing applications. The new design utilizes a stock Coyote engine gasket

Massive Turnout and Talent at NMRA/NMCA Event in Michigan

Written by Mary Lendzion More than 650 racers rolled in for the Arrington Performance NMRA/NMCA All-American Nationals presented by Force Engineering, Aug. 27-30 at U.S. 131 Motorsports Park in Martin, Michigan. It’s a record-setting and remarkable number that included a perfect mix of series regulars and series rookies ready to put it

Chevrolet Performance Challenge Series Drivers Motivated in Michigan

Written by Mary Lendzion With Chevrolet headquarters located just two hours away in Detroit, drivers of the Chevrolet Performance Challenge Series powerfully represented the car company during the Arrington Performance NMRA/NMCA All-American Nationals presented by Force Engineering, Aug. 27-30 at U.S. 131 Motorsports Park in Martin, Michigan. They were in Camaros, Corvettes