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HOT ROD 1980 JULY - '35 CHEVY DELIVERY, BLOWN V8 PINTO

 

Within this issue you will discover the following topics:

1.   THE COLORFUL ART OF CUSTOM PAINTING: Putting a trick paint job on a '70 SS396 Camaro

2.   HOW TO PAINT FLAMES: If HOT ROD staffer Bruce Caldwell can do it, so can you

3.   NEW SERIES: BOLT-ON BASICS: Bolting in a B&M QuickSilver Camaro/Firebird shifter

4.   THE OCTANE GAME: Gas/alcohol blends for increased performance 

5.   SHOP SERIES: DETONATION: How detonation damages your engine and affects fuel economy

6.   HOT ROD FORUM: "Ground-up" engine-building for fuel economy

7.   ROD TEST: '29 FORD MODEL A ROADSTER: This healthy '29 is full of get up and go

8.   WORLD'S FASTEST STREET CAMARO: Scott Shafiroff crosses a streeter with a Pro Stocker

9.   FORD POWER: STREET BLOWER KITS: Blower Drive Service has a kit for nearly any combo

10.   RIDE ON: A fine '55 that's all new inside

11.   FORD'S NEW HEMI: Performance for the '80s: Ford's 1.6-liter 4-banger

12.   HIGH-PERFORMANCE MUFFLERS: Plumbing for power in a free-flow exhaust

13.   MAIL-ORDER STREET ROD, PART 2: Bolting together HOT ROD's repro ragtop

14.   BACK TO BASICS: ANALYZING HIGH OIL CONSUMPTION: How to solve the case of the missing quart(s)

15.   HOT ROD'S SHOP TRUCK: We build a 1980 Ford pickup

16.   SPECIAL DELIVERY: Tom Porter's '35 Chevy is one rare package

17.   BIKE TEST: HONDA'S BIG XL500S: Honda's thumper delivers fun for every bike-buying dollar

18.   POP ART: This Anglia combines English styling with Yankee ingenuity

19.   PONY EXPRESS: A well-bred, V8-powered, Paxton-blown Pinto

Plus other great hot rod, racing or how-to items.

 

COVER: Paint is definitely one of the most important ingredients in a sano rod, street machine or truck. Yet many rodders shy away from laying on their own paint, even though they've spent countless hours on the rest of the car.

It's a lot easier than you think, and now we're gonna show you just how Bill Carter puts a wild paint scheme on a '70 Camaro (page 22)-and how a HOT ROD writer applied flames to our new Ford shop truck (flame how-to, page 27; complete buildup, page 86). And then there's Gary Simon, owner and painter of his '29 Ford Model A Roadster (page 40)-a brilliant job, we'd say COVER PHOTOGRAPHY: PAT BROLLlER, PPC PHOTOGRAPHIC; ED COCH JR., TITLE DESIGN

 

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