This GM bailout thing is outta hand

I wasn’t completely against forking over tax dollars in order to float GM a loan, but now they expect new car buyers to build their own engines… and fork over almost $6,000 for the privilege?
I always thought people bought new cars to avoid building their own engines?
As it turns out, this program is strictly voluntary […]

Elgin introduces stock-appearing nitrided rocker-arms

“Stock” automotive parts and specifications have long been used as a means of governing racers by restricting the output of their machines. At least, that’s been the idea, but more often than not, these hurdles are overcome by savvy competitors, and engine outputs rise above initially projected levels.
Among the latest parts we’ve seen to help […]

Roadmaster takes Best of Show at New England Concours d’Elegance

We’d like to extend a hearty congratulations to Ken and Rose Laytin of Plymouth, Massachusetts, whose 1954 Buick Roadmaster convertible won Best of Show at the 2010 New England Concours d’Elegance yesterday at Stratton Mountain. The beautiful Buick should look familiar to readers of Hemmings Classic Car: Mark McCourt profiled its restoration in the July […]