The October 2014 issue of Performance Technician opens a whole new area of coverage. Sure, we’re still giving you the kind of practical hands-on tech articles you won’t find elsewhere, but we’ll also be introducing you to the restoration business, which often includes high-performance aspects, and should be interesting to any car guy. To complement the main feature, we’re including a story about an incredible fabrication shop. I don’t know about you, but I enjoy this kind of work, maybe even more than making a good diagnosis.
In this issue:
How to Keep a Vintage Vehicle’s Engine Running Cool
You may be thinking a big radiator and an auxiliary fan, but there’s more to this challenge than that.
Meet My Favorite Fabricator, P1
In the early days of automobiles, the U.S. was a “fabrication nation,” but now the necessary skills and talent are rare.
When Life Give you lemons …Think Stroker?
What can you do to a ’95 Mitsubishi 3000 GT VR4 that needs an engine (& an engine wiring harness)? More than you think…But at what risk?
Recovery, Restoration, and Resurrection, Part 1
While resto work often includes high-performance aspects, it’s about a whole lot more than just trying to go as fast as possible. This installment sets the stage with customer contact and initial evaluation.