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Moon Shot

Dean Moon; The whole world went a little lunar crazy in the second half of 1969, and for good reason: NASA’s Apollo program sent astronauts to the moon—twice.

Full-House Ford

When Petersen Publishing Company photographer Eric Rickman shot this photo of Vic Edelbrock Sr. in February of 1958, the Edelbrock Equipment Company (as it was known then) had already earned its reputation for manufacturing quality speed equipment, thanks to 20 years of hands-on development and testing of countless engines.

Second-Hand Streamliner

Stu Hilborn didn’t build the sleek streamliner that has become so closely identified with him and his pioneering efforts in developing fuel injection. No, the car was originally built by a man named Bill Warth, who raced it on Southern California’s dry lakes in 1939 and 1940.

Renaissance Man

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Why is Ray Brock smiling? It could be because he’s just stepped out of a 300F, the wide, low-slung, 375hp flagship of Chrysler’s ’60 lineup. In his review for the April ’60 issue of Hot Rod magazine, Brock called the limited-edition letter car “an extra-special hot sedan for the man who wants style, luxury and performance in one package.”

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Dick Wells

The specialty-equipment industry lost of one of its most dedicated and active volunteers, Dick Wells, who died January 18 from complications following heart surgery in November.


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