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  1. The Tear Down
  2. Exhaust & Driveshaft Building With Gibson Performance & Inland Empire Driveline
  3. Four-Figure Find
  4. This is the eighth installment of Project Speed Bump, a 1967 Ford F-100 build. In this story, we freshen up the frontend and add big brakes.
  5. Taking Big White’s Performance to the Next Level Without Breaking the Bank
  6. This is the seventh installment of Project Speed Bump, a 1967 Ford F-100 build. In this story, we use Line-X to protect our bed and underbody and prep for paint.
  7. This is the sixth installment of Project Speed Bump, a 1967 Ford F-100 build. In this story, we start prepping the chassis for a new rear axle.
  8. Making the suspension on our ’95 Ford F-350 function and feel like new again.
  9. Brothers Trucks Trim and elbow grease complete the transformation of the Sublime 1972 Chevy Blazer.
  10. Resurrecting the Sublime Blazer, part one.Off Road Evolution installs new suspension, steering, and brakes on this 1972 Chevy Blazer.
  11. This is the fifth installment of Project Speed Bump, a 1967 Ford F-100 build. In this story, we start repairing a rusted out body.
  12. Giving our '67 Ford F-100 a renovated rear end.
  13. We head up to Maxim Fab and followed along as they pointed their Dustless Blasting nozzle at our tired old 1967.
  14. The Crown Vic assembly is easily adapted to the 1967 Ford F-100 and is an affordable alternative for those on a budget. Check out how we got our cop suspension!
  15. These underappreciated Fords are ruggedly constructed, feature a rear solid axle and independent I-Beam front suspension, benefit from solid aftermarket support, and are relatively easy to build.
  16. Turning a Tow Pig Into a Prized Possession
  17. After a six-month hiatus, we've rounded up all the parts needed to tackle the high-pressure fuel system on our 2008 Ford F-250 6.4L Power Stroke.
  18. This month marks Part 2 of our 2002 Volkswagen Jetta TDI project. This time, America’s favorite little diesel continues to climb the horsepower ladder, thanks to the latest BorgWarner turbocharger available for ALH engines.
  19. For Part 9 of this series, we’ve reached a tipping point with our 6.0L Power Stroke project.
  20. Going fast is fun, but doing so in a beat-up interior is no fun at all. This update, we address the comfort and good-looks side of things.
  21. We’re going to install a Fabtech 8-inch lift kit, which will provide the room needed to place our intended 37-inch tires under the 2007 Chevrolet Silverado 3500HD.
  22. The Volkswagen Jetta TDI has been immensely popular for years, this month marks the first time we’ve experimented with one here at Diesel Power.
  23. Over the next several months we’ll take you through the process of adding more power and performance to our 2007 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 Duramax V-8, giving the truck a more aggressive stance, and digging into the interior to give our hauler a more luxurious feel.
  24. Since rescuing our 1985 Ford Ranger from a field in Kansas and relocating it to Southern California, we’ve been busily working to restore it to the status of a reliable daily driver.
  25. Pavement-Bound I-4 Wrangler Transforms Into Legit Rock Hound