by Derek Shiekhi
I have good news and I have bad news. The good news is that there will be a new Barracuda. The bad news is that it won’t be based on the Dodge Challenger. Think smaller, and … uh … pointier.
Power from the 5.7-liter HEMI V8 should be north of 375 horsepower. I met a celebrity at the Dallas Auto Show. He was young, handsome, wearing a three-piece suit and standing in front of a fast car. That man’s name was Richard Cox, a leading man in the gearhead world. And that car was his …
John and Geoff Stunkard The fall leaves were changing and the Swing ’N Sting Dart was again back on the road after a year. Our project, which had received so much assistance from Mancini Racing, Hughes Engines, Hensley Performance, Mr. Gasket, PRW, Cometic, and so many others, was a lot of fun to drive, but …
Because the R/T Charger just wasn’t fast enough, Dodge has turned up the heat with the 426 Redline. 426 is the displacement of the “elephant” hemi v8 they’ve dropped into the engine bay. They say the car with this motor will crank out a colossal 590 horsepower: that’s 125hp more horses than the lunk in …
by Patrick Rall President Barrack Hussein Obama recently announced the new CAFE requirements that will require companies to yield 39 miles per gallon by 2016 and 54.5 mpg by the 2025 model year. For most, the suggestion of all vehicles being subject to an expectation of 50+ miles per gallon paints a very ugly picture …