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Tech tips | Understanding fender rolling, downsizing tires, wheel spacers and what makes a race wheel

Getting ready to roll some fenders or considering downsizing your tires? Read this first.

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Testing for Cracks at Home With DIY Dye Penetrants

There is an inexpensive, at-home way to perform a DIY crack and flaw inspection on many of your car’s components. The method is called visible dye penetrant testing.

Lotus Elise and Exige | Buyer's Guide

The Lotus Elise may be licensed for street use, but its real home is the race track. Few cars in recent history have matched the Elise’s capabilities.

What Materials Are Best to Fabricate Something From Scratch?

For true gearheads, a car is never just a car—it’s a four-wheeled heap of possibilities.

Can Dr. ColorChip really allow anyone to fix paint chips?

Have a chip in that paint? The doctor will see you–which is, continentally, also you.

How to wire a cross-pollenated engine swap | Swap Science

Look closer at this MGB, and you’ll find a Miata engine. Here’s how we mated two totally different wiring harnesses to make one functioning car–and how you can do it, …

Basic body work part 4: Wet sanding, buffing and polishing

Yes, a decent paint job can look good on its own, but a bit of work (and polish and wet sanding) can really make it shine.

14 ways to go faster without spending a dime

Before spending big bucks in search of more power, make sure you’re getting the most out of what you already have.

2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E review

Setting aside the name–at least for a moment–how good is the Mustang Mach-E at being, well, a car?

E46-chassis BMW M3 | Buyer's Guide

The third-generation BMW M3, known most commonly by its E46 chassis designation, feels at home on the road, the autocross course, or the track.

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