•   Strange Engineering unveiled today, a new Ford 9” bolt-in housings for the 1965-72 Ford F100 truck applications.  
  •   A great compliment to Mickey Thompson’s popular ET Street® R and ET Street® S/S drag radial products, the lightweight ET Street Front features radial construction and lower rolling resistance. "ET Street Front tires are DOT-approved and street-legal," said Ken Warner, Vice President of Marketing for Mickey Thompson Tires & Wheels. "These tires are a perfect match for our ET Street drag radial lines and are available in popular sizes for early and late model muscle cars."
  •   There is a good and bad thing about the use of an enclosed trailer. The good part obviously is that your pride and joy stays safe and secure inside. The bad part is that it’s not always secure especially while traveling on the fine American highway system. The problem is such that you really have no idea what’s happening inside your trailer as you ride down the road. We all have stories of things falling off walls and benches, tie downs coming loose, cars moving around, etc. If you don’t have a “story” yet, you will at some point in the future. All of which leads to this, tying your car down properly inside your trailer may be of equal importance to securing your seat belts before a run. Each car has their own idiosyncrasies and finding yours is the key. However, there are some basic steps you can follow to at least help alleviate some of the concerns.