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Features: How to assemble a race-ready drivetrain

Assembling a drivetrain for a race car? Here's when you can save a few bucks–and when you shouldn't.

Features: How to stitch together a bulletproof rear end

Items left on our Mustang’s to-do list: Source a rear axle and properly suspend it.

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Cobra Automotive project car updates

How we transformed our classic Mustang's brake system for track duty

We replaced the stock drums with Cobra Automotive’s HSR-legal disc brake kit–basically a duplicate of the parts used by Trans-Am teams back in the day–but we still needed …

Carburetor and air cleaner: How we found the fantastic fit

When we purchased our used race engine from Cobra Automotive, it did not include one crucial piece–the carburetor.

We talked to our friends at Holley and they recommended their …

Catch tanks: The best way to prevent overflow fluid spills?

Both vintage racing rules, as well as good decorum, require teams to catch any fluids that could potentially make their way to the race track surface.

Radiators, engines and rear …

How to make sure a race car stays cool on grid

Does a vintage race car need a cooling fan? There is some debate on the subject.

Our expert, Curt Vogt of Cobra Automotive, suggested our

How to put modern power steering in an old car

Power steering on an old race car?

Yes.

Our mentor on this project, Curt Vogt of Cobra Automotive, recommended that we put power steering in our

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