The New Style—Classic looks with modern features comes together in Holley’s Sniper EFI Stealth

Written by Derek Putnam Photography by the author and courtesy of Holley Although manufacturers haven’t employed carburetors on production vehicles for over a quarter of a century, the simplicity and ease of tuning keeps carburetors popular amongst street and race enthusiasts. Electronic fuel injection presents a number of barriers for enthusiasts interested

Nitrous Nova—Huntsville’s hometown hero Steve Cagle blasts down the track with the NMCA

Written by Ainsley Jacobs Photography by Kevin DiOssi Certain small towns just seem to breed drag racing enthusiasts. Huntsville, Alabama, is certainly one of those towns. Growing up there, it was inevitable that Steve Cagle, now 70, would one day wind up behind the wheel with his foot to the floor. Although he

LAUNDRY DAY—Adding a Parachute to project Boulevard Boost with Stroud Safety and Rhodes Race Cars

Written by Derek Putnam Photography by Michael Fair, the Author, and the manufacturers It’s easy to get caught up in the amount of power readily available in today’s automotive world. You’d have limited choices three decades ago to find a vehicle sporting 300 horsepower or more in as-delivered condition, whereas today’s 2020

IDIDIT Steers Modern Technology Into 1968 Chevy Nova

The Chevrolet Nova hit the streets in 1968 after a monumental redesign that featured a longer wheelbase, shorter chassis, and more shoulder and leg room inside. Fifty years later, IDIDIT, LLC offers an additional creature comfort for the legendry model with its new Tilt Floor Shift Steering Column. The Tilt Floor