July 1986 Car Craft Magazine
VG Condition – Magazine is complete with some minor cover wear and creasing. The spine shows some excessive wear in the mid-section, but is still attached tightly to the pages. The pages are just slightly yellowed mainly around the edges due to age.
This issue includes: Bolt-on’s for a Saturday afternoon; Converting your point distributor to electronic; Improve draft with an aftermarket intake; Getting the most from crankshaft to driveshaft; Tips for proper fuel delivery; Jeffrey DeJohn’s 1968 Camaro; Americruise 1986 – Going South; Buick’s 14-second turbo V-6; Early years of the Car Craft All-Star Drag Race Team; Fred Sulzer’s Rat-powered, Pro Street Vega; Small-block Chevy new parts; Phil Dolman’s 1955 Chevy; The 1986 NHRA Gatornationals and Don Garlits breaks the 270-mph barrier with a 272-mph run; Charles Pertile’s 1970 Nova; Control vapor lock; Mark Luzaich’s 1970 Mustang; plus more great editorial, technical articles, and features.
Another fantastic issue for the classic street machine enthusiast.