HOT ROD Professional December 2013

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-Intro by Bob Freudenberger

Click to read the December 2013 issue of HOT ROD Professional.

When I was a boy, two of my favorite magazines were HOT ROD and Car Craft. Of course, with the wherewithal of a typical farm kid, all I could do was dream a...

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Volvo Fuel Injectors

Volvo Fuel Injectors

Volvo has been using fuel injection on their cars as long as we can remember. The designs have changed over the years, but the basic idea has remained the same. History Volvo first used fuel injection on the P1800 series cars in 1970. Volvo used a Bosch-designed...

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  1. luckyuhaul

    Yep, “the older I get the faster I was”. It’s good to look back, but wages were equally low and hot rodding was, as today, always expensive! When you made a dollar an hour those $60.00 headers were far away savings plan. I remember a Sixty Eight Camaro with $3000 in the engine! Holy Smoke! Your house cost $12,000 , but as today you could buy 3 gallons of gas for your hourly wage. Gasoline is still the greatest fun you can obtain cheaply (and legally). luckyuhaul

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Volvo Fuel Injectors

Volvo Fuel Injectors

Volvo has been using fuel injection on their cars as long as we can remember. The designs have changed over the years, but the basic idea has remained the same. History Volvo first used fuel injection on the P1800 series cars in 1970. Volvo used a Bosch-designed...

read more
Four Common High Mileage Repairs

Four Common High Mileage Repairs

Different terrain, temperatures, and road conditions affect vehicles differently. Here are some common problems found in high mileage Volvo vehicles. Like all cars, as Volvos get older and start to clock a lot of miles on the odometer, some common problems can start...

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  1. luckyuhaul

    Yep, “the older I get the faster I was”. It’s good to look back, but wages were equally low and hot rodding was, as today, always expensive! When you made a dollar an hour those $60.00 headers were far away savings plan. I remember a Sixty Eight Camaro with $3000 in the engine! Holy Smoke! Your house cost $12,000 , but as today you could buy 3 gallons of gas for your hourly wage. Gasoline is still the greatest fun you can obtain cheaply (and legally). luckyuhaul

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