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Repair that cracked front spoiler in seven easy steps

A bruised chin spoiler can spoil a car’s entire look. Ditch the duct tape and perform a proper repair with just a few hours’ work.

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Restoring One of the Most Iconic Acura Integra Type Rs

Between 1997 and 2002, RealTime Racing’s Acura Integra Type Rs dominated the Speed Touring Car Championship, winning five of the series’ six driver championships plus four manufacturer titles.

Basic body work part 1: Repairing rusty sheet metal

Rust is often compared to cancer. If caught early, it can be stopped in its tracks. Allow it to spread, and the prognosis isn’t so good.

How to Properly Tune an Engine | Go Faster!

It doesn't take much for a well-running engine to suddenly need a tune-up. Here are 10 steps to find and diagnose that problem.

Buying a lathe | Making Stuff: Part 4

Lathes are an essential tool for anybody building race cars. Here’s how to put one in your garage.

How to solve common electrical issues with only a test light

In building the Miata-powered MGB GT pictured, we mated the MG’s wiring harness to the Miata’s engine-management loom using nothing more than a test light.

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10 tips for a successful engine rebuild

Rebuilding an engine? Here are 10 tips to ensure it all goes right.

Painting a Car at Home Part 3: Spraying Those Topcoats

A series of stories chronicling our adventure in painting a car at home. In part 1, we prepped. In part 2, we created a perfect, primed surface to paint on. …

25 tips to take your workspace from cavelike and cluttered to comfortable and clean

Here are a few simple things you can do to make your workspace less miserable to work in.

How to correctly use a plasma cutter

Five tips on how to use that plasma cutter–and not make a complete mess of your project.

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