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posted by: Ray Guarino

We’ve all come across the situation during a project where we need a bracket that has a flat on one end and a circular end on the other AND turns 90° to facilitate mounting a part and we know it’s not offered in any restoration catalog. Some guys would resort to the old standby of using a zip tie or duct tape, others look at the challenge as an opportunity to stretch the limits of their creativity and make a one-off part like the ones seen below on Ray’s resto-mod GTO project.

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ETHANOL 101 courtesy of Rolling Thunder Cycles

What you need to know about E10/ethanol fuel

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ABC News and other have gone undercover and found retailers selling aged tires as brand new.

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On MotorMouth Radio we regularly get call and emails asking how to proper bleed and flush brake systems, and what tools are needed to accomplish these tasks.

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posted by: Ray Guarino

My younger brother Mike had grown up to become a true car guy. Shunning the conveniences and boredom of driving a new car, he instead gravitated towards building his own rides. Some people found the dichotomy quite odd, as he was a certified A-mechanic at a Porsche dealership, yet drove to work in a primer grey ’55 Nomad wagon or on a Shovelhead chopper. You’ve possibly seen this type of character portrayed in the movies; one who looks totally out of place in his environment yet functions with an ethereal calmness while surrounded by the calamities of daily life.

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