THE SHOP

November '15

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4 The Shop November 2015 ConTenTS // November 2015 // volume 18 Number 6 Features \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ projeCT vehiCleS 82 12 Rules foR a GReat PRoject Vehicle making sure your "calling card" is all that it can be. By Eric Saltrick 88 PRoject Vehicle sketchbook a look at more than 50 rolling masterpieces. Shop ToolS & equipmenT 106 southeRN fRied commoN seNse shop equipment advice from a seasoned pro. By JoAnn Bortles 112 tools & equiPmeNt Items to have on hand in the shop. TeChnology & eleCTroniCS 114 ice, ice baby Consumers have a huge appetite for all kinds of in-car electronics. By John Carollo 121 techNoloGy PRoduct focus the latest for high-tech professionals. departmeNts \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ pa g e 49 dRiVeR's seat ..................................................6 a blank sheet. maRketPlace ..............................................126 aftermarket products & services. ad iNdex ......................................................127 alphabetical listing of this month's advertisers. oNe moRe thiNG ..........................................128 dream Cars. oN the coVeR project vehicles are the ultimate expression of a shop's talent, vision and dedication. From high-riding pickups to sleek racers to classic restorations, the right project can launch a career or take a business to new heights. It's time to be inspired. (See page 88) comiNG Next moNth • Circle Track Roundup • Axles & Differentials • Fasteners • Performance Fluids NeVeR miss aN issue! last moNth's hiGhliGhts • The Shocks & Springs Market • WD Relationships • Using a Transportation Broker • Precision Engine supplement after going through the '60s and '70s performance golden age, we are in another golden age with the oem offerings, the large performance aftermarket, the need to modify/ personalize to get recognition in an increasingly invalidat- ing world, and the seemingly thriving economy. the enthu- siast is going to spend money on modifications. matt sNoW, snow performance on the sustained popularity of the street performance market. See page 49 hoT rod & CuSTomizaTion 122 faNtastic Plastic restoring Chevrolet Corvettes is good business. By John Gunnell

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